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The global supply chain is facing new disruptions from drought and war.
Explainer - The approaching holiday season is a time of joy. But it also involves a few tricky questions. From family gatherings to avoiding Covid and even navigating grief, RNZ is here to help. Audio
Midday Business News for 6 December 2021 Audio
It's that time of year that can really put the squeeze on your finances. Lisa Dudson joins Susie to talk about how to budget for the season and reduce your stress levels. Lisa Dudson is the owner of… Audio
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Susie to talk about new legislation for illegal migrants that break the law, l'amour between Australia and France and postal changes. Audio
The Reserve Bank wants to try bringing back cash services in rural communities next year. Audio
A Hawke's Bay charity is calling for more people to help mentor tamariki after a boost in referrals following the devastation of Cyclone Gabrielle.
Big Brothers Big Sisters matches adult mentors with… Audio
New gambling regulations came into full effect over the weekend, with higher standards introduced and harsher penalties now placed on casinos and other venues with poker machines that don't comply.
The Government will find out at noon Wednesday whether it has reaped around a billion dollars from selling carbon credits, or whether it will need to wait until 2024 for the money.
The income will at… Audio
Market Update for 6 December 2023. Audio
Auckland council is meeting on Wednesday to go over the first proposal for it's ten-year-budget - which sets its political direction under Mayor Wayne Brown.
The council's Budget Committee will… Audio
Business News for 6 December 2023. Audio
Latest news from Radio New Zealand's business team. Audio
Now think about Paris or Rome - those cafe tables out in the sunshine where you can watch the world go by. Well hospitality outlets in Tauranga would like to re-create that al fresco vibe, but… Audio
Household lending activity is starting to rise again, but new borrowers are likely to continue to face higher mortgage rates for longer.
News from the business sector, including a market report [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6342370132112 Video, Audio
Exports of red meat and dairy to China will continue to grow in the next decade, however, the amount will eventually taper off as the country looks to produce more of its own food.
Hobson chief executive and majority shareholder Warren Couillault said the company had been looking for ways to grow.
A debt management firm says an ongoing failure to deal with bad debt is costing the economy more than $2 billion a year.
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