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A helping hand for businesses in Victoria is being called the "biggest package of business support" the state has ever seen.
Rachel Scott-Leflaive's permanent home is in the idyllic ski area of Chamonix, France, but following the devastating blast in Beirut last month she has been deployed to Lebanon where she is working… Audio
Opinion - Both our major political party's tax promises lock in existing unfairness in New Zealand's tax system, writes Jonathan Barrett.
More than 7500 people have come to the end of their Covid-19 Income Relief Payment (CIRP) in the week ending 4 September.
Business leaders have strongly backed the government's handling of the Covid-19 outbreak, but are uncomfortable with the level of debt it is taking on.
Manufacturing activity has slowed after the past month as a result of the resurgence in Covid-19 and the subsequent restrictions.
Gyles Beckford has business. 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
Fruit and vegetable growers say visa extensions for temporary workers provide little to help the looming shortage of workers needed to pick crops come harvest time.
The government is allowing… Audio
Last year tourism was New Zealand's number one export, but Covid-19 has brought it to its knees, after our borders essentially slammed shut back in March.
The sector directly employs about 230,000… Video, Audio
Sky TV reports a loss after company writedowns.
Gyles Beckford has the business news. Audio
Yesterday Labour announced its new tax policy - a hike in the top tax rate to 39 per cent for every dollar earned over $180,000. The new rate will raise $550 million per year. Audio
Opinion - Labour's tax increases will be ineffective - but that's not the point of them, Liam Hehir writes.
New Zealand's sharemarket has had a sharp fall as it was caught in the aftermath of Wall Street's major sell-off.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
A cluster of numbers suggests the economy may be faring better than expected despite a resurgence of Covid-19 and reimposition of some travel restrictions.