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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    Substantial supply chain challenges for our stores
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     7 July 2020
    Substantial supply chain challenges for our stores
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    A Wellington business has been fined 260 thousand dollars after a worker's hand was caught in a pastry roller
    7 Jul: A Wellington business has been fined 260 thousand dollars after a worker's hand was caught in a pastry roller... more
    Latest Paymark figures show spending rebounded strongly in June
    7 Jul: Latest Paymark figures show spending rebounded strongly in June... more
    New Zealand firms aren't expecting a pickup in economic activity anytime soon and many plan to further reduce staff
    7 Jul: New Zealand firms aren't expecting a pickup in economic activity anytime soon and many plan to further reduce staff... more
    Saudi Arabia's Neom development wants to be an 'accelerator for human progress'. Will it happen?
    7 Jul: The Neom vision is ambitious. A city in the Saudi Arabian desert with futuristic buildings, flying taxis, robot maids and its own artificial moon. But is it achievable or fantastic folly?... more
    Grassroots and national level sport will benefit from the first major release of funding - from the 265-million-dollar Sport Recovery Package
    7 Jul: Grassroots and national level sport will benefit from the first major release of funding - from the 265-million-dollar Sport Recovery Package... more
    Finance Minister Grant Robertson knows nothing about talks Cook Islands judiciary and islanders needing surgery will enter New Zealand without being quarantined
    6 Jul: Finance Minister Grant Robertson knows nothing about talks Cook Islands judiciary and islanders needing surgery will enter New Zealand without being quarantined... more
    A host of recommendations for Corrections and Clendon Pharmacy following the failed management of a prisoner's medication
    6 Jul: A host of recommendations for Corrections and Clendon Pharmacy following the failed management of a prisoner's medication... more
    Words of warning for businesses relying on the wage subsidy
    6 Jul: Words of warning for businesses relying on the wage subsidy... more
    Just over 14 thousand tickets have been sold for Saturday's Super Rugby Aotearoa match between the Blues and Crusaders in Christchurch
    6 Jul: Just over 14 thousand tickets have been sold for Saturday's Super Rugby Aotearoa match between the Blues and Crusaders in Christchurch... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     08 Jun: A Nelson pharmacy's been fined more than 300-thousand-dollars for price fixing ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     10 Jun: Air New Zealand shares have been recovering - but it might not be as good as it seems +++++++
     10 Jun: One of Jacinda Ardern's ministers is joining the Prime Minister in expressing their disappointment at The Warehouse ++++++
     15 Jun: Dairy farmers aren't overly optimistic that a wide ranging milk payout will be narrowed ++++++
     16 Jun: Flights are scheduled to take off between Auckland and Shanghai next week +++++
     21 Jun: A suggestion new covid cases at the border should be reported in a different way from a new case in the community +++++
     17 Jun: Another major spike on coronavirus cases in China could be bad news for our dairy sector +++++

     Business NewsLinks
      7 Jul: Wage subsidy loss 'major blow' to auckland, business leader calls for extension (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Jul: Gloom in construction sector as business confidence slides (RadioNZ)
      7 Jul: Nz firms expect weak activity, more job cuts (NZ Herald)
      7 Jul: Covid-19 casts long shadow over business confidence (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Jul: Uber to buy postmates for $2.65 billion (CNN)
      6 Jul: The conversation: the market is not our master — only state-led business cooperation will drive real economic recovery (NZ Herald)
      6 Jul: Warrior admits teammates' release is 'not nice' , but has no issue with owner (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Jacinda ardern extends $5.2b small business loans scheme to the end of the year (NZ Herald)
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