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The government may be able to spend more money if it's re-elected, as the Finance Minister Grant Robertson says the government intends to introduce a debt target range of 15 to 25 percent after 2021.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
Every morning we answer one of your business questions. Todays question is: What do auditors do? Here's our business reporter Madison Reidy. Audio
Pharmac attracts a lot of flak for what it doesn't fund in the way of drugs - but it's also the envy of the world for its ability to negotiate down prices. Do we have the balance right? Audio
The government intends to ease its self-imposed rules around how much money it can borrow, and give itself the licence to take on up to 15 billion dollars more debt, if it's re-elected.
Northland's largest logging truck company has been given the go-ahead to continue operating, the latest step in a dispute over whether it was breaking the rules. Audio
The government intends to ease its self-imposed rules around how much money it can borrow, and give itself the licence to take on up to $15 billion more debt, if it's re-elected. Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Teachers are about to strike, fast food workers have been on strike and now staff at the retail giant Farmers are preparing to strike. Audio
In today's business news - Argosy makes strong profit on valuations gains and Freightways increases prices for express package deliveries.
Trade me is refusing to pull t-shirts with the slogan "It's Ok to be White" despite being told the t-shirts are racist and are associated with white supremacist groups internationally. Audio
The seafood company says it's had a satisfactory first half, despite a drop in revenue and profit.
Retail workers at two Farmers stores in Auckland are striking today in protest at what a union says is the company's refusal to provide a living wage.
The Commerce Commission says Spark appears to have breached the Fair Trading Act when it notified customers of a broadband price rise last year.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Grant Cotty of Hobson Wealth Partners. Audio
Sanford says it's had a satisfactory first half, despite a drop in revenue and profit. Audio
The glass manufacturer, Metro Performance Glass' profit has dived by more than two-thirds as its Australian business continues to struggle. Audio
The Government's given itself a little spending wiggle room with the relaxation of its debt reduction target. Audio
As you may have heard in the news, Fonterra is still under considerable pressure as its margins and earnings are hit by drought in Australia, sluggish sales in Latin America, and uncertain market… Audio
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