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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    China appears to be ramping up construction of missile silos in the desert. But could it be a 'shell game'?
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     10 July 2021
    Analysts say satellite images of what appear to be 120 silos being builtĀ in China's desert could be part a broader strategy to confuse potential enemies and dissuade the world from intervening in Beijing's military actions.
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    New Zealand Rugby's reportedly in talks with the world's richest company over a jersey sponsorship deal for the All Blacks from 2022
    10 Jul: New Zealand Rugby's reportedly in talks with the world's richest company over a jersey sponsorship deal for the All Blacks from 2022... more
    A Government review into New Zealand's air navigation services is being applauded
    9 Jul: A Government review into New Zealand's air navigation services is being applauded... more
    Fuel businesses could face penalties of up to five-million dollars - if they fail to follow incoming new regulations
    9 Jul: Fuel businesses could face penalties of up to five-million dollars - if they fail to follow incoming new regulations... more
    Clive Palmer says 50 per cent of animals involved in trials for Australia's COVID vaccines died. Is he correct?
    9 Jul: Businessman Clive Palmer has claimed that 50 per cent of animals which were involved in trials for COVID-19 vaccines now available in Australia died. It echoes an already-debunked claim from a US lawmaker.... more
    Power company Aurora says has turned off the power to 160 customers on Crown Terrace, Gibbston, McDonnell Road and Morven Ferry Roads
    9 Jul: Power company Aurora says has turned off the power to 160 customers on Crown Terrace, Gibbston, McDonnell Road and Morven Ferry Roads... more
    A 44-million dollar facility is set to be built in Christchurch to power the nearby hospital with renewable energy
    9 Jul: A 44-million dollar facility is set to be built in Christchurch to power the nearby hospital with renewable energy... more
    Half a million Kiwis will fly these school holidays
    9 Jul: Half a million Kiwis will fly these school holidays... more
    A former Finance Minister thinks life in New Zealand's about to get much more expensive
    8 Jul: A former Finance Minister thinks life in New Zealand's about to get much more expensive... more
    Claims some companies might leave New Zealand
    8 Jul: Claims some companies might leave New Zealand... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     06 Jul: A record number of New Zealanders are flying into Queenstown, for the July school holidays +++++++++++++++++++
     28 Jun: Fonterra has agreed to sell its two joint venture farms in China +++++++++++++++++
     09 Jul: Half a million Kiwis will fly these school holidays ++++++++++++++++
     05 Jul: Changes to how Fonterra calculates the price of milk +++++++++++++++
     07 Jul: Dairy prices have dropped 3.6 percent at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight +++++++++++++
     30 Jun: Coronavirus is raging in Thailand, but Phuket has set itself up as a fortress for vaccinated tourists +++++++++++
     30 Jun: Returnees who've had their stay extended at an Auckland MIQ facility, have been given the green light to leave +++++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      26 Jul: 'they're killing us': business owners along auckland's city rail link construction site close doors permanently (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Jul: Here's why your business should get a tiktok account (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Jul: The monitor economy q&a - tony falkenstein, ceo of just life group (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Jul: Katie ledecky hits the pool for first olympic race and it's business as usual ()
      25 Jul: Global phone hacks expose darker side of israel's 'startup nation' image (CNN)
      25 Jul: Heritage train operator pivots to domestic tourists (RadioNZ)
      24 Jul: Young afghani refugee starts persian rug import business to help exploited women in homeland (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Jul: Labour government's highway projects on a road to nowhere (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    International:
    Triathlon's wild ride at Tokyo Olympics: A false start, a broken nose, and an unbelievable finish 16:06

    Entertainment:
    Tom Daley has revealed "everyone" can fit in the Tokyo Olympic Village showers at once 15:46

    Swimming:
    Five times Olympic gold medalist American Katie Ledecky has been stunned by young Australian Ariane Titmus in the women's 400 metres final at the Tokyo Olympics 15:36

    Rugby:
    The All Blacks Sevens team have opened their campaign by thrashing South Korea 50-5 15:36

    Entertainment:
    Tommy Dorfman has come out as transgender 15:16

    Swimming:
    Australia's Ariarne Titmus beats Katie Ledecky in 400m final, Emma McKeon takes Tokyo Olympics bronze in 100m butterfly final 15:16

    International:
    The stakes of the Arizona election audit are higher than Donald Trump's presidential chances 14:56

    Hockey:
    Tokyo Olympics schedule: Swimming finals, men's triathlon and Hockeyroos all in action 14:56

    Living & Travel:
    A young Auckland couple's come forward to claim 17-million-dollars won on Saturday's Powerball 14:56

    Entertainment:
    Sean Penn won't return to work on his new TV series until the entire cast and crew have been vaccinated against COVID-19 14:46

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