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Forty percent of Millennials have one and increasing numbers of GenXers and Baby Boomers are getting in on the act too. Two Cents' Worth finds delves into the world of side hustles... Audio
A financial regulator takes ANZ to court.
Andrew McRae reports. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
In this episode; politics. How has the virus changed the way we are governed? Produced by Justin Gregory, Guyon Espiner, Claire Eastham-Farrelly, Tim Watkin and Veronica Schmidt. Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update from the business sector. Audio
A government funding boost for Discover Waitomo will help keep dozens of people in jobs and retain knowledge vital to the business and area. Discover Waitomo and the country's 31 regional tourism… Audio
Tuvalu's prime minister is warning that some of the region's fragile economies are at risk of collapse, unless international support is provided. Audio
Employment in the region is expected to fall 25.2 percent, with lower-wage earners bearing the brunt, but the mayor argues the council is already working to curb that.
With a second wave of redundancies expected in the coming weeks, there are high hopes the centre can help ease the stress for many across the district.
A stronger New Zealand dollar has taken the gloss off the country's strong export earners.
Retailers hope government-funded arbitration will help solve rental disputes that have persisted since March.
Andrew McRae has business. Audio
English language schools are warning their $500 million industry is in a critical state because of dwindling student numbers.
Cutting next year's rates in a post-Covid-19 reset would mean local job losses according to John Carter, Far North District Council Mayor.
Australia will suffer its first recession in 29 years, despite the economic fallout from Covid-19 and the bushfires being less dramatic than expected.
For Prajesh Lal, being told the funding for the Ōtāhuhu town centre upgrade would be slashed in Auckland Council's proposed budget was the last thing he wanted to hear.
Rotorua is set to lose more than 3700 jobs in the fallout of Covid-19, resulting in $186 million in lost earnings, according to a new report.