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    Brits may be famed tea drinkers, but coronavirus is driving Londoners to Australian-style coffee
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     28 February 2021
    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.
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    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
    International tourism continues to leave a gap
    26 Feb: International tourism continues to leave a gap... more
    Traffic management restrictions are on the horizon for Auckland's Harbour Bridge
    26 Feb: Traffic management restrictions are on the horizon for Auckland's Harbour Bridge... 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 +++++++++
     26 Feb: The Auditor-General is looking into why private landlords were paid up-to three thousand dollars per week for shoddy emergency housing ++++++++
     01 Feb: The United Kingdom's desire to join the CPTPP trade deal could strengthen our position on the world stage +++++++
     02 Feb: The Retirement Villages Association says there's a flip-side to residents not being paid capital gains on their units +++++
     09 Feb: The Reserve Bank's deputy governor says reintroducing Loan to Value Ratio rules is no silver bullet for house prices +++++
     04 Feb: Disbelief on the outskirts of Dunedin -- on how long it's taken authorities to warn about toxic lead levels in the water +++++

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      26 Feb: How teenagers, shared wi-fi and working from home could be a business security risk (NZ Herald)
      26 Feb: Napier business upset at cancellation of art deco festival (NZ Herald)
      26 Feb: The detail: the story of jake millar, a young entrepreneur who burnt some of the country's wealthiest investors (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Feb: From $100,000 to $1b in three years: the investor sitting on an afterpay windfall (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Feb: 2021 won't be an easy year for the nz economy, says anz chief economist (Stuff.co.nz)
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