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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Nelson's Pics peanut butter company is one business doing well during the covid-19 pandemic
     4 April 2020
    Nelson's Pics peanut butter company is one business doing well during the covid-19 pandemic
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    >> Business News 

    A legal expert has concerns about the changes made to our Companies Act
    4 Apr: A legal expert has concerns about the changes made to our Companies Act... more
    Covid-19 has already had significant impacts on the country financially
    3 Apr: Covid-19 has already had significant impacts on the country financially... more
    Support for Kiwi companies facing insolvency as a result of COVID-19
    3 Apr: Support for Kiwi companies facing insolvency as a result of COVID-19... more
    Calls for financial compensation to students left with no specialised university facilities
    3 Apr: Calls for financial compensation to students left with no specialised university facilities... more
    Southern leaders are pleading with locals to follow the lockdown rules and take the pandemic seriously
    3 Apr: Southern leaders are pleading with locals to follow the lockdown rules and take the pandemic seriously... more
    Police are set to crack down on lockdown violations in Northland
    3 Apr: Police are set to crack down on lockdown violations in Northland... more
    UK doctor issues warning on UK testing after testing positive to coronavirus COVID-19, says 'everyone needs their own thermometer'
    3 Apr: Having just returned to work after spending time in isolation with coronavirus, a London-based cardiologist says the government has been too slow to react to the danger signs of the outbreak.... more
    Banks are experiencing a high volume of requests from Kiwis, about the mortgage holiday scheme
    2 Apr: Banks are experiencing a high volume of requests from Kiwis, about the mortgage holiday scheme... more
    Indonesia bans foreigners as study warns 240,000 could die from coronavirus
    2 Apr: Indonesian authorities are forcibly shutting down large gathering such as weddings as the country implements stricter coronavirus prevention measures, but the Government is being criticised for leaving its pandemic response too late.... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     14 Mar: Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the company's board... to concentrate on his philanthropic work ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Mar: Coronavirus has shown Australian travellers have too high expectations of how the Government can help +++++++++++++++++++
     23 Mar: Moving GP consultations online is being seen as a crucial way to prevent community transmission of Covid-19 +++++++++++++++++
     09 Mar: Support for a new secondary school assessment system ++++++++++++
     08 Mar: Ngai Tahu's digital atlas of the original Maori names for the South Island can now be used to teach intermediate and early secondary school students about colonisation ++++++++++
     26 Mar: Coronavirus prompts SA Government to extend school holidays to allow for boosted online learning ++++++++++
     27 Mar: Kiwis are being told to use their own judgement, as confusion continues around what people can do during the lock down, +++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      5 Apr: Former conservative party leader colin craig did not defame john stringer, court rules (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Apr: League - ffa chief calls for end to 'politics of old' as a-league pay dispute intensifies (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Apr: Mike hosking: politics is creeping into covid 19 coronavirus response (NZ Herald)
      29 Mar: Letters: prime minister must look after herself to take care of country (NZ Herald)
      28 Mar: Coronavirus: nz's lockdown and the politics of sacrifice (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Mar: Lockdown boost for radio as streaming stalls (BBCWorld)
      24 Mar: Barry soper: no place for politics in ghastly covid-19 situation (NZ Herald)
      21 Mar: Coronavirus: thought you knew kiwi politics? forget it (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Auckland Airport's looking to raise 1.2-billion-dollars to keep itself afloat through the Covid-19 pandemic 10:07

    Rugby League:
    The NRL admits it will go ahead without the Warriors if need be 9:27

    Rugby League:
    Former Queensland coach Graham Lowe wants New Zealand and a combined Pacific Island team included in league's State of Origin, rather than relaxing eligibility rules 8:17

    Health & Safety:
    Queen Elizabeth II calls on Commonwealth members to show resolve during coronavirus outbreak 8:07

    Business:
    Israel Folau could be out of pocket if Rugby Australia are forced into insolvency 8:07

    Rugby League:
    Cronulla backrower Wade Graham is supporting calls to ditch the bunker when the competition restarts and solely revert to a captain's challenge system 8:06

    Basketball:
    The coronavirus lockdown is the first for most, but it's basketballer Corey Webster's third 7:56

    Environment:
    Expect a few showers between your hot cross buns next weekend 7:46

    Entertainment:
    Nikki Bella isn’t sure if she’ll take Artem Chigvintsev’s surname when they marry 6:47

    Entertainment:
    Sarah Hyland discussed marriage with Wells Adams “four days after” they started dating 6:17

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