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There is a question mark over the future of coins due to the twin effects of digital technology and inflation reducing coin values. Andrew Clifford, president of the Numismatic Society of… Audio
Banks have been asked by the government to help implement a number of measures to ease the burden on New Zealanders, including a six month deferral on mortgage repayments and offering $500,000 loans… Audio
Fast changing technology could displace traditional importers and distributors of chemicals for the manufacturing sector. Audio
The union representing bank workers is challenging all banks to follow Westpac's lead and put more women into high paying roles. Audio
Westpac expects the Reserve Bank will cut the official cash rate at least twice before the end of the year. Audio
Rod Oram talks to Kathryn about criticism of the Reserve Bank for its handling of CBL, the insurer that went bust. Also ANZ and Westpac's Australian parents weigh in on Reserve Bank's capital… Audio
It seems the majority of first home buyers would be uncomfortable tapping into the bank of mum and dad to purchase property. Audio
Westpac New Zealand is refunding more than 30,000 customers after overcharging them on fees for some of their former accounts.
Consumer confidence has bounced back from a six-year low, with households buoyed by falling petrol prices and a steady housing market.
Westpac has joined the banking sector's billion-dollar profit club as it reaps the benefits of a two-year restructuring programme.
Westpac has joined the banking sector's billion-dollar profit club, as it reaps the benefits of a two-year restructuring programme. Audio
Westpac's New Zealand operation has reported a modest lift in profit despite a slowing housing market and strong competition for deposits. Audio
New research concluding the lack of women in top jobs costs the whole country dearly got a lot of coverage this week - even in blank spaces in the Herald. Audio
Westpac New Zealand's full year profit is up, with flat earnings offset by lower costs.
New Zealanders rate locally-owned banks the highest when it comes to customer satisfaction, according to a Consumer NZ survey.
Journalist Nicky Hager is going to the Human Rights Review Tribunal over Westpac's release of his banking records to the police. Audio
The immediate market reaction to the Federal Reserve's rate rise was to send share prices on Wall Street lower and to send the U.S. dollar and interest rates higher. Audio
Westpac Bank's annual profit has fallen 4 percent, as low interest rates and competition squeezed its margins, while its expenses rose. Audio
Westpac Bank's annual profit has slipped amid low interest rates, intense competition and higher expenses.
Residents who had been using Ranfurly's only bank every week for four decades were there for its last day. Audio