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    Inland Revenue has apologised for the confusion caused by a letter sent to Working for Families customers implying their payments would be stopped
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     1 April 2020
    Inland Revenue has apologised for the confusion caused by a letter sent to Working for Families customers implying their payments would be stopped
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    British food sales have soared 20.6 per cent year-on-year in the four weeks to March 22, as shoppers stocked up before the coronavirus lockdown
    1 Apr: British food sales have soared 20.6 per cent year-on-year in the four weeks to March 22, as shoppers stocked up before the coronavirus lockdown... more
    These are esting times financially for New Zealand's tourism sector
    1 Apr: These are esting times financially for New Zealand's tourism sector... more
    While supermarkets are thriving, New Zealand's travel sector's taking a hit
    31 Mar: While supermarkets are thriving, New Zealand's travel sector's taking a hit... more
    A possible dip in power bills for many North Islanders
    31 Mar: A possible dip in power bills for many North Islanders... more
    Air New Zealand is looking to keep its services local ... as it feels the impacts of Covid-19
    31 Mar: Air New Zealand is looking to keep its services local ... as it feels the impacts of Covid-19... more
    Air New Zealand's started its cargo flight service
    31 Mar: Air New Zealand's started its cargo flight service... more
    Air New Zealand is warning its staff it's about to embark on a process to shed 3500 jobs
    31 Mar: Air New Zealand is warning its staff it's about to embark on a process to shed 3500 jobs... more
    The BNZ says the economy will bounce back after the pandemic but warns it will not go back to what it was pre-crisis
    31 Mar: The BNZ says the economy will bounce back after the pandemic but warns it will not go back to what it was pre-crisis... more
    The Earthquake Commission's disappointed a tiff with an insurance company has progressed to the courts
    31 Mar: The Earthquake Commission's disappointed a tiff with an insurance company has progressed to the courts... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     14 Mar: Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the company's board... to concentrate on his philanthropic work +++++++++++++++++++
     20 Mar: Originair, which operates between Nelson, Wellington and Palmerston North, is reassuring passengers that despite dropping numbers, they can book with confidence +++++++++++++
     13 Mar: A Canterbury wine company fined 1.7 million dollars - won't be able to pay up ++++++++++++
     24 Mar: Heightened health protocols will cause only minor hold-ups to Fonterra's milk operations through the four-week lockdown ++++++++
     26 Mar: What happens when someone gets coronavirus, what are the symptoms as it gets worse and how can it kill? ++++++++
     23 Mar: More changes to the way Auckland Transport buses navigate around Covid-19 +++++++
     23 Mar: KiwiRail is suspending its three tourist trains and making changes to the Interislander ferry as part of the response to Covid-19 +++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      1 Apr: Tom colicchio shares how we can support the restaurant industry amid covid-19 (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Apr: Coronavirus: la county gun shops to reopen as 'essential' business (BBCWorld)
      31 Mar: Coronavirus: cats stranded in small enclosures as owners stuck in china (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 Mar: Business confident at record lows - anz survey (RadioNZ)
      31 Mar: Young farmers pumping out six times as many delivery boxes as usual (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 Mar: Essential media covid-19 guidelines refined (voxy.co.nz)
      31 Mar: Coronavirus: offshore exploration in limbo as drilling rig set to leave taranaki with unfinished business (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 Mar: Business confidence sinks but anz warns the worst may be yet to come (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Lily James and Matt Smith have sparked speculation they have reconciled 12:15

    International:
    Wuhan's coronavirus lockdown is being lifted but doubts remain it will ever return to normal 12:07

    Business:
    Inland Revenue has apologised for the confusion caused by a letter sent to Working for Families customers implying their payments would be stopped 11:57

    Entertainment:
    Ariana Grande has hailed Lady Gaga a "literal angel" 11:45

    International:
    Coronavirus update: Spain and UK suffer record daily tolls, Russia's Putin met doctor who has COVID-19 11:17

    Entertainment:
    Vin Diesel and his 10-year-old son want to “connect” to the world as a “global family” amid the coronavirus pandemic 11:15

    International:
    WHO accused of suppressing information about Taiwan's coronavirus prevention measures 11:07

    Rugby:
    New Zealand Rugby are laying down a defensive scrum to ward off the impact of covid-19 11:07

    Wellington:
    A car has crashed into a Wellington home this morning, causing serious injuries and a gas leak in the area 10:47

    Entertainment:
    Dua Lipa thinks the coronavirus pandemic has taught people how to “really connect” with each other on a “different level” 10:45

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