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    The world's largest users of aluminium could be forced to halt production within weeks amid a "catastrophic" shortage of magnesium across Europe
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     25 October 2021
    The world's largest users of aluminium could be forced to halt production within weeks amid a "catastrophic" shortage of magnesium across Europe
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    Only time will tell if plant-based milk is here to stay for good
    25 Oct: Only time will tell if plant-based milk is here to stay for good... more
    Classic whole-milk is still dominating the New Zealand market
    25 Oct: Classic whole-milk is still dominating the New Zealand market... more
    National says its new plan for rental accommodation will help renters and investors alike
    24 Oct: National says its new plan for rental accommodation will help renters and investors alike... more
    The Government's enhanced support package for businesses won't be enough for everyone, but will help
    23 Oct: The Government's enhanced support package for businesses won't be enough for everyone, but will help... more
    Boats, cars, properties and 500 thousand dollars worth of cash
    22 Oct: Boats, cars, properties and 500 thousand dollars worth of cash... more
    Global supply chain issues could cause a shortage in toys leading up to Christmas
    22 Oct: Global supply chain issues could cause a shortage in toys leading up to Christmas... more
    Auckland's recorded its first ever population decline -- due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on international migration
    22 Oct: Auckland's recorded its first ever population decline -- due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on international migration... more
    Auckland Council's doing what it can to support local businesses hit by Covid-19
    22 Oct: Auckland Council's doing what it can to support local businesses hit by Covid-19... more
    Only time will tell just how much New Zealand will benefit, from its new free trade agreement with the UK
    22 Oct: Only time will tell just how much New Zealand will benefit, from its new free trade agreement with the UK... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     01 Oct: A businesswoman who flew from Auckland to the Marlborough Sounds for a property appraisal, has been charged for breaching Covid-19 restrictions ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: Kaikoura's paua fishery closed since the large November 2016 earthquake, is to reopen after a community-led rebuild ++++++++++++++++++
     30 Sep: A coffee shortage is coming, and it could last three years, importers warn +++++++++++++++
     04 Oct: Pandora Papers: The little-known Australian accountant exposed in one of the world's biggest leaks ++++++++++++++
     20 Oct: Dairy prices have risen 2.2 percent at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction this morning +++++++++++++
     01 Oct: Electricity is set to replace one thousand coal trucks in Southland +++++++++++
     11 Oct: Calls for Dilworth School to properly accept the role it played in the sexual abuse that went on there ++++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      25 Oct: Apec 2021: the future of conferences? nz breaks new ground with apec ceo summit (NZ Herald)
      25 Oct: Small business owners fear supply issues will push costs up and customers away (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Oct: Fostering personal business links key to south island's asia trade (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Oct: Southland leaders hope blenheim covid case encourages vaccinations (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Oct: 26-year-old uni student builds $15m empire (NZ Herald)
      24 Oct: Miqueue: sir ian taylor to trial 'self-managed isolation' (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Oct: The 90% project: south island 'struggling' to get younger population vaccinated (NZ Herald)
      23 Oct: The covid-19 miq business self-isolation trial is not a pilot, it's a special exemption (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

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    Environment:
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    Law and Order:
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    Business:
    The world's largest users of aluminium could be forced to halt production within weeks amid a "catastrophic" shortage of magnesium across Europe 21:14

    International:
    Hollywood armourer, actors and crew ask questions about lead-up to fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins on set of Alec Baldwin movie 20:44

    Auckland:
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    Health & Safety:
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    Politics:
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    Basketball:
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    Christchurch:
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