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A brief update from the business sector. Audio
The message from grassroots rugby to the professional players is clear - get onboard with the Silver Lake deal.
All 26 unions and the Māori Rugby Board approved plans to sell a 12.5 percent stake in… Video, Audio
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News from the business sector, including a market report. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6250997658001 Video, Audio
Queen Street businesses are suing the council over a pedestrian trial - which they say has left Auckland's main street a "disgrace".
Barriers originally put in place for Covid-19 distancing were kept… Video, Audio
Auckland's mayor has stepped in to try to get the Ports of Auckland to communicate with union bosses.
The Maritime Union today appeared before Auckland Council to discuss the recent health and safety… Audio
Laurie Mains has been playing rugby since he was a child, and went on to play for and coach the All Blacks.
He says he cannot fathom why the professional players are not getting in behind a deal that… Video, Audio
It was a resounding 'yes' from provincial unions today for New Zealand Rugby's plan to sell a portion of the organisation to US firm Silver Lake.
All 26 unions and the Māori Rugby Board gave the deal… Video, Audio
The value of KiwiSaver funds grew by about $2.5 billion to just under $78.8b, a quarterly survey by investment research company Morningstar shows.
The infrastructure investor Infratil is expanding its presence in the healthcare sector, by taking a majority stake in the diagnostics firm Pacific Radiology. Audio
What do you get when you combine eight Southlanders, a 1980s-era tractor and almost 600 kilometres of state highway?
Well, a step closer to better health care in the south if all goes to plan.
The Waitematā District Health Board is asking for money to be added to the government 's pledge of $40 million for a new urgent care ward at Waitakere Hospital, with work to start by the end of next… Audio
The government's being told its huge health system overhaul should include a fully funded ambulance service.
In countries like the UK and Canada, ambulances are paid for by their governments - but… Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
Police have referred the Māori Party to the Serious Fraud Office after it failed to declare more than $300,000 of donations to the Electoral Commission on time.
Any donation of over $30,000 must be… Audio
The proposed $387 million investment in New Zealand Rugby by American equity giant Silver Lake deal will be voted on today at New Zealand Rugby's annual general meeting.
It hasn't yet been approved… Audio
The temperatures are dropping, which means power bills will soon start rising.
The government's winter energy payment for beneficiaries and pensioners kicks in from Saturday, but some say it doesn't… Audio
Large sums of money are being handed over to moteliers to cover damages caused by emergency housing clients - officials aren't keeping track of what's being spent - and can't put a total figure on it.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A group of Southlanders is about to set off on a two-day, 1200 kilometre road trip on a tractor to raise money for the Southland Charity Hospital.
The hospital is the idea of Southlanders Blair and… Audio
Winter is just around the corner and some pensioners are already thinking about what they can cut back on so they can pay their power bills.
The winter energy payment for people on benefits and… Audio
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