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    The mood of New Zealand businesses appears to be improving, after three quarters of doubt
     27 January 2020
    The mood of New Zealand businesses appears to be improving, after three quarters of doubt
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    A new plan to help tackle some of the construction industry's long term challenges
    26 Jan: A new plan to help tackle some of the construction industry's long term challenges... more
    Roger Federer returns to action at the Australian Open hoping for an easy time of it than in his previous match
    26 Jan: Roger Federer returns to action at the Australian Open hoping for an easy time of it than in his previous match... more
    It's hoped a long-term workforce plan will make delivering essential housing, schooling, roading and hospital infrastructure, faster and easier
    26 Jan: It's hoped a long-term workforce plan will make delivering essential housing, schooling, roading and hospital infrastructure, faster and easier... more
    Singapore invokes 'fake news' law after executioner claims 'brutal' hanging tactics used in botched executions
    25 Jan: The Singaporean Government is describing claims that executioners at Changi Prison are secretly taught to kick the necks of prisoners on the gallows as "preposterous".... more
    When there's no incentive to report problems, it's little wonder coronavirus spread through China
    25 Jan: Could the virus have been contained, and its spread limited, if officials in Wuhan had levelled far sooner with both their bosses and the public? It certainly looks that way, writes Richard McGregor.... more
    Coronavirus traps Wuhan residents in a real life horror movie as Chinese city locks down
    24 Jan: Wuhan residents trapped in the locked-down city due to the coronavirus outbreak say they are too scared to leave their homes, comparing the experience to living in a horror movie.... more
    New heating requirements are puzzling tenants, landlords and property managers
    24 Jan: New heating requirements are puzzling tenants, landlords and property managers... more
    Hemp is an eco-friendly material, but anti-marijuana campaigns a century ago set the Australian industry back
    24 Jan: The British Government brought hemp to Australia on the First Fleet, but anti-marijuana campaigns killed the industry off in the 1900s. Now it's making a comeback.... more
    A shortage of logs is behind the possible closure of a Northland sawmill
    24 Jan: A shortage of logs is behind the possible closure of a Northland sawmill... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     04 Jan: West Coast hospital workers have been left struggling in a substandard building - with substandard equipment +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Jan: The Prime Minister's been asked to help get sick West Coasters out of an old hospital that's no longer fit for purpose ++++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Jan: Kiwis are being warned against a sinister scam email +++++++++++++++++++
     20 Jan: The ACT Party is courting controversy with its new campaign slogan - 'Make Aotearoa Great Again', echoing Donald Trump's catch cry ++++++++++++++
     02 Jan: The Education Minister's pleased with the progress on the Government's donations scheme for decile 1-7 schools +++++++++++++
     14 Jan: Nervous high school students are being reminded to put mental health before their grades +++++++++++
     17 Jan: The stifling nature of interest rates attached to student loans, is being highlighted by a budget advisor +++++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      23 Jan: Mike's minute: election year underway with full spin and counterspin (NZ Herald)
      21 Jan: Nats break-in: business next door also had laptops stolen (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Jan: Nats break-in: business next door also had laptops stolen (NZ Herald)
      21 Jan: Nats break-in: business next door also had laptops stolen (RadioNZ)
      21 Jan: Is the capital gains tax really dead? (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Jan: Robert de niro presented the case for activism by actors and athletes (CNN)
      19 Jan: I have a hunch that these are the questions to be asking in the year of the rat (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Jan: Seven sharp's hilary barry: 'people at seven o'clock don't want to listen to politics' (Stuff.co.nz)
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    Law and Order:
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