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    Infrastructure New Zealand says plans to establish an independent drinking water regulator is great news
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     26 October 2019
    Infrastructure New Zealand says plans to establish an independent drinking water regulator is great news
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    Marijuana has been legal in Canada for a year. So why are most users still buying it from criminals?
    26 Oct: When the Canadian Government legalised cannabis last year, it wanted to drive dealers out of business. But 12 months on, almost half of consumers still buy their weed from criminals and illicit dispensaries.... more
    Bodies found in Essex container just 'tip of the iceberg' for multi-billion-dollar business
    26 Oct: The discovery of 39 bodies in a container in Essex this week is a stark reminder of the human cost of the well-organised, multinational criminal networks which peddle hope to desperate people and prove a huge challenge to authorities.... more
    A massive clean up and recovery phase has swung into action in the heart of Auckland's business precinct, as fire crews continue to dampen down hotspots after the SkyCity fire
    26 Oct: A massive clean up and recovery phase has swung into action in the heart of Auckland's business precinct, as fire crews continue to dampen down hotspots after the SkyCity fire... more
    Their coach may be suggesting the pressure is all on the All Blacks, but England's players accept they have to deal with it too
    25 Oct: Their coach may be suggesting the pressure is all on the All Blacks, but England's players accept they have to deal with it too... more
    A dairy giants has plans to swallow up a family-owned Canterbury company
    25 Oct: A dairy giants has plans to swallow up a family-owned Canterbury company... more
    The Auckland housing market is heating up, as more homes go up for sale and banks fight for customers
    25 Oct: The Auckland housing market is heating up, as more homes go up for sale and banks fight for customers... more
    There's a long way to go for Auckland's damaged Sky City convention centre
    24 Oct: There's a long way to go for Auckland's damaged Sky City convention centre... more
    Tauranga City Council workers are marking the first meeting of the new Council, with a strike
    24 Oct: Tauranga City Council workers are marking the first meeting of the new Council, with a strike... more
    Christchurch's tourism board is lending its support - and an offer of help - to colleagues in Auckland
    24 Oct: Christchurch's tourism board is lending its support - and an offer of help - to colleagues in Auckland... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     29 Oct: Hundreds of expat Kiwis are declaring themselves bankrupt to escape crippling student loan debt ++++++++++
     21 Oct: Data from the world's longest flight will be used to tackle jet-lag +++++++++
     26 Oct: Bodies found in Essex container just 'tip of the iceberg' for multi-billion-dollar business ++++++++
     23 Oct: Auckland Airport is still weighing up the impact of this morning's Air New Zealand announcement ++++++++
     10 Nov: An advertising expert has expressed anger over what she says is an deliberate attempt to mislead the public ++++++
     02 Nov: Cathay Pacific crew say fear of China is fuelling paranoia and sackings amid Hong Kong protests ++++++
     26 Oct: Marijuana has been legal in Canada for a year. So why are most users still buying it from criminals? +++++

     Business NewsLinks
      13 Nov: Taranaki oil producer tamarind 'may be insolvent' directors warn (NZ Herald)
      13 Nov: Mainfreight sees growing nz freight volumes as first half profit rises (NZ Herald)
      13 Nov: 22,000 nz post workers owed $38m in unpaid holiday pay (NZ Herald)
      13 Nov: Man who assaulted wife gets name suppression to protect business sale (NZ Herald)
      13 Nov: Westwood developers to focus on neighbouring residential subdivision (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 Nov: Pop-up convention centre idea floated in skycity fire aftermath (RadioNZ)
      12 Nov: Spacex launches 60 more internet satellites (CNN)
      11 Nov: Southland business man defends contaminated soil charge (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    The New Zealand Blood Service says today's strike by lab workers won't have a major impact on its services 13:27

    Accident and Emergency:
    One person's died after a two-vehicle crash at Awakeri, in the Bay of Plenty 13:27

    Politics:
    Australian Timothy Weeks and American Kevin King could be released in Taliban prisoner exchange 13:17

    Entertainment:
    Kim Kardashian West is "really cautious" about over spending 13:14

    Rugby League:
    Kiwis half Kieran Foran will miss the next year of rugby league 13:07

    Law and Order:
    The star witness at a Dunedin murder trial has back-tracked on evidence he gave yesterday 12:47

    Entertainment:
    Gwen Stefani didn't want Nick Jonas to replace her on 'The Voice USA' 12:44

    Rugby:
    Highlanders coach Aaron Mauger has put his All Blacks coaching ambitions on ice 12:37

    International:
    Hypervelocity star ejected from centre of the Milky Way by supermassive black hole 12:27

    Business:
    The company that owns the Tui oil field, off the Taranaki Coast, may be insolvent 12:27

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