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The Financial Markets Authority is running out of patience with some firms, warning they've had long enough to sort out governance and compliance issues.
Business reporter, Emma Hatton has te pūrongo… Audio
Uncertainty, job losses, and business closures are being anticipated for restaurants, bars and cafes with the wage subsidy winding down. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
The Reserve Bank is considering a new Funding for Lending programme to encourage lower interest rates on loans for New Zealanders.
The scheme is part of a number of measures designed to protect the… Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update from the business sector. Audio
Employers have been accused of taking advantage of badly worded wage subsidy rules and not paying workers what they are due.
The outdoor goods and clothing retailer, Kathmandu Holdings, full-year profit has slumped.
Emma Hatton has pūrongo pakihi. Audio
Money shyness is increasing stress for families.
Emma Hatton has Business. Audio
Housing is more of a concern to New Zealanders than the threat of unemployment, a new survey has found. Audio
National and ACT have welcomed yesterday's alert level changes, but say border management strategy under Labour is not sustainable.
If New Zealanders living overseas are allowed back home why shouldn't wealthy foreign tourists be let in too? That's the basis of a new policy announced by ACT leader David Seymour last night in… Audio
Calls to expand shovel-ready project criteria.
Business reporter Emma Hatton has pūrongo pakihi. Audio
Famously labelled zombie towns, regional centres are bearing up well through the Covid-19 crisis off the back of the rural economy and extremely low case numbers.
They are also having new life… Audio