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    ASB says it's looking to support savers wanting to get ahead
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     1 March 2021
    ASB says it's looking to support savers wanting to get ahead
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    New research is suggesting the recent property boom has hit Wellington first-home buyers the hardest
    1 Mar: New research is suggesting the recent property boom has hit Wellington first-home buyers the hardest... more
    Brits may be famed tea drinkers, but coronavirus is driving Londoners to Australian-style coffee
    28 Feb: Seemingly endless lockdowns have brought many small businesses to their knees in the UK, but Australian baristas hope that offering Londoners a decent flat white and a little bit of conversation may be enough to keep them trading.... more
    Some NZ post shops in Auckland are operating at alert level 2, despite the rest of the country being at level 1
    27 Feb: Some NZ post shops in Auckland are operating at alert level 2, despite the rest of the country being at level 1... more
    Over-confidence with no cover
    27 Feb: Over-confidence with no cover... more
    New payments hope to encourage more farmers to meet the environment and animal expectations
    27 Feb: New payments hope to encourage more farmers to meet the environment and animal expectations... more
    New Zealand Post's profits have dipped -- despite a record-breaking year for parcel deliveries
    26 Feb: New Zealand Post's profits have dipped -- despite a record-breaking year for parcel deliveries... more
    Anxiety continues for Auckland businesses two weeks on from the emergence of the Papatoetoe Covid-19 cluster
    26 Feb: Anxiety continues for Auckland businesses two weeks on from the emergence of the Papatoetoe Covid-19 cluster... more
    Some relief from yard congestion at Port of Tauranga
    26 Feb: Some relief from yard congestion at Port of Tauranga... more
    The Auditor-General is looking into why private landlords were paid up-to three thousand dollars per week for shoddy emergency housing
    26 Feb: The Auditor-General is looking into why private landlords were paid up-to three thousand dollars per week for shoddy emergency housing... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     17 Feb: A dream run for dairy is flying in the face of Covid 19 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Feb: Promising news for Fonterra shareholders +++++++++++++++++++
     12 Feb: Wellington's mayor feels they've found the right balance when it comes to a proposed 14 percent rates rise ++++++++++++++++
     03 Mar: China seems firmly at the centre of the latest jump in dairy prices +++++++++++++
     04 Mar: Fonterra is weighing up a possible increase to its Farmgate Milk Price, following the latest rise in global dairy prices ++++++++++++
     27 Feb: New payments hope to encourage more farmers to meet the environment and animal expectations +++++++++++
     26 Feb: The Auditor-General is looking into why private landlords were paid up-to three thousand dollars per week for shoddy emergency housing +++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      6 Mar: John mcafee facing charges for alleged cryptocurrency 'pump and dump' scheme on twitter (CNN)
      6 Mar: Residents and business owners get medieval over trial of hutt cycleway (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Mar: Live: auckland breathes a sigh of relief as alert level drops (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Mar: Shopkeepers and restaurateurs breathe collective sigh of relief (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Mar: T-mobile is a consumer favorite. now it's trying to break into the business world (CNN)
      5 Mar: Cali press health food cafes liquidated as covid-19 bites (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Mar: Getting rid of plastic packaging: new guidelines for business (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Mar: Pair arrested for threatening staff at palmerston north business (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Soccer:
    The Wellington Phoenix have secured their third win of the A-League season, beating the Perth Glory 3-nil in Wollongong 21:56

    Auckland:
    A burned out car and the body found inside it has now been removed from Barry Curtis Park in east Auckland 21:16

    Motoring:
    State Highway 5 at Eskdale remains closed after a car hit a power pole, bringing down lines earlier this evening 21:07

    Netball:
    The Silver Ferns have won netball's Constellation Cup for the first time since 2012 after beating Australia 45-43 in the fourth deciding match in Christchurch 20:46

    Boxing:
    Kiwi fighter Israel Adesanya's expected to drop back down to the middleweight class, after being defeated by Poland's Jan Blachowicz in UFC 259 20:26

    Environment:
    The Crusaders have galloped away to 33-16 Super Rugby Aotearoa thrashing over the Hurricanes in Christchurch 20:06

    Cricket:
    England have claimed a series win over the White Ferns, after beating the home side by 32 runs in the third Twenty20 international in Wellington 19:46

    International:
    COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues in WA with nine new clinics set to open 19:16

    Soccer:
    Wellington Phoenix veteran striker David Ball has heaped praise on young strike partner Ben Waine 17:36

    Netball:
    The Silver Ferns are Constellation Cup champions after coming from behind to defeat the Australian Diamonds 45-43 in the finale in Christchurch 17:36

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