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    A multi-million dollar investment for infrastructure projects in Whangarei
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     9 July 2020
    A multi-million dollar investment for infrastructure projects in Whangarei
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    The Ministry of Health claims it's already made several improvements since the investigation began
    9 Jul: The Ministry of Health claims it's already made several improvements since the investigation began... more
    NZ Aluminium Smelter chief executive Stu Hamilton says his focus is on the people of Tiwai
    9 Jul: NZ Aluminium Smelter chief executive Stu Hamilton says his focus is on the people of Tiwai... more
    Uncertainty over what will happen to power prices - after the nation's biggest energy user cemented plans to close
    9 Jul: Uncertainty over what will happen to power prices - after the nation's biggest energy user cemented plans to close... more
    Rio Tinto says it has started plans to wind down and close the Tiwai Point Aluminium Smelter
    9 Jul: Rio Tinto says it has started plans to wind down and close the Tiwai Point Aluminium Smelter... more
    The Health Ministry didn't close a central Auckland supermarket visited by a man with Covid-19 ... because he wasn't positive at the time
    9 Jul: The Health Ministry didn't close a central Auckland supermarket visited by a man with Covid-19 ... because he wasn't positive at the time... more
    The Public Service Association's criticising how Auckland Council dealt with announcing further job losses
    9 Jul: The Public Service Association's criticising how Auckland Council dealt with announcing further job losses... more
    Power is being restored to 25-thousand homes and businesses north of Auckland as stormy weather rocks the region
    8 Jul: Power is being restored to 25-thousand homes and businesses north of Auckland as stormy weather rocks the region... more
    An Ashburton farmer has taken out the Guinness World Record for the highest wheat yield
    8 Jul: An Ashburton farmer has taken out the Guinness World Record for the highest wheat yield... more
    Auckland Airport is dealing with fewer passengers, but far more lobsters
    8 Jul: Auckland Airport is dealing with fewer passengers, but far more lobsters... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     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 +++++
     24 Jun: Hope more tourism businesses in hard-hit Queenstown will benefit from government funding +++++

     Business NewsLinks
      9 Jul: Palmerston north business sales market makes cautious return (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Jul: Economic activity and business confidence bouncing back (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: Early signs businesses are shaking off their gloom in july (NZ Herald)
      9 Jul: Muller gives details on national's economic plan (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: Moviegoers flood back to event cinemas in blenheim post-pandemic (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Jul: Chris lynch: roads across parts of christchurch are still unbelievably shocking (NZ Herald)
      9 Jul: Rio tinto announces plans to close tiwai point smelter (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: Rio tinto announces plans to close new zealand aluminium smelter in 2021 (NZ Herald)
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