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  •   Home > News > International

    Business travel being a thing of the past may be music to many an executive's ear

    Business travel being a thing of the past may be music to many an executive's ear


    With remote working technology advancing significantly since the world's response to Covid19, many businesses have learnt to deal with both domestic and international business virtually.

    Some say the travel perks of high profile work are forever gone, but Business New Zealand Chief Executive Kirk Hope says to most it's no loss.

    He says if you're travelling outside of New Zealand you're always operating on a different time zone, and even in Australia it can be pretty tough on people.

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    Health & Safety:
    Health officials are still finalising the plan for Covid-19 vaccinations in the Chatham Islands 10:17

    Tennis:
    Ash Barty's remarkable winning run on red clay has finally come to an an end 10:07

    Education:
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    Sailing:
    Kiwi sailor Andy Maloney's made a strong start to the Finn gold cup in Portugal 8:47

    Soccer:
    Frustration for Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola after being denied the Premier League football title 8:47

    Rugby:
    The Chiefs are ruing missed opportunities after falling at the final hurdle 8:27

    International:
    At least forty people are dead after a series of deadly explosions in the Afghan capital Kabul 7:57

    Law and Order:
    It's unclear if efforts will be made to bring a prolific Canterbury conman and sex offender back into the country 7:57

    Golf:
    Lydia Ko's resurgence shows little sign of abating after another superb round on the LPGA Tour 7:27


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