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Going by the numbers, Auckland is in economic recovery - coming back from the brink after losing over four-thousand jobs during the recent regional lockdown. Auckland Council number-crunchers have… Audio
Auckland lost 200 jobs a day during the city's second lockdown in August, and job seekers are swelling job application piles.
Two hundred jobs were lost each day in Auckland in August - according to council number-crunchers.
While better than the 250 daily losses expected - it still tallies up to more than 4,000 jobs going… Audio
A mortgage rate war could be on the way, as banks look to lend more money to potential home buyers.
Heartland Bank has stoked the fire with a record, one year fixed loan rate of 1.99 percent.
Independent economist Cameron Bagrie joins The Panel to discuss Heartland Bank's 1.99 percent loan rate. Audio
The housing market remains fired up, with no signs it will cool off any time soon.
Gyles Beckford has te pūrongo pakihi. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update from the business sector. Audio
Between Tiwai Point, Marsden Point, Glenbrook, and now Kawerau, the potential job losses for heavy industry are starting to stack up.
But is industry on death's door in New Zealand? And what's to… Audio
The development of a wide range of infrastructure projects is at the top of the election wish list from some of the country's leading chief executives for the next government.
The development of a wide range of infrastructure projects is at the top of the election wishlist from some of the country's leading chief executives for the next government.
Gyles Beckford has te… Audio
Three years on, has Labour made a difference to child poverty while leading the government? What do those doing it tough say?
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Improved freight movements point to recovery.
Emma Hatton has te pūrongo pakihi. Audio