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Fair Go has spotted several adverts and Instagram posts referencing the important day while promoting opening hours or sales.

Should the Anzac Day hashtag be a no-go for businesses?

Fair Go spotted several adverts last year referencing Anzac Day and using hashtags to post opening hours or sales.

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NZ dollar falls near 72 US cents

Inflationary pressures have underpinned demand for the greenback.

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Banking expert says investigation into Australian bank behaviour isn't necessary this side of the Tasman

Claire Matthews says while the behaviour in Australia has been "undesirable", she's confident the New Zealand branches of the Australian-owned banks operate differently here.

The casino has begun expansion plans despite the fact the contract for the international convention centre has not yet been signed.

SkyCity wanting to sell Darwin casino for $212m

Any funds from a sale would be used to repay debt in the short term.

Self-employed Kiwi workers dodged $800m in tax this past year: IRD

Stats NZ figures show there were 306,100 self-employed in the country as at December 31.

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Wall Street banker's late-night email scalding employees not being at desks at 12.30am goes viral

The banker wasn't happy there were only 11 analysts at work past midnight.

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Corin Dann is joined by Mainfreight managing director Don Braid this week.

Q+A Business Podcast 7: NZ's largest logistics company moves away from fossil fuels

Corin Dann is joined by Mainfreight managing director Don Braid this week.

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Kiwi dollar dips on US economy growth

Figures today are expected to show quarterly inflation at 0.4 per cent.

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NZ dollar little changed ahead of inflation figures

"The NZD is again one of the under-performers overnight."

The decision to cull more than 22,000 cattle is a radical step to try to eradicate a deadly cow disease.

Dairy product prices rise at GDT auction

"Solid demand seems to be absorbing anything New Zealand has to offer at the moment."

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The company today revealed huge problems, including a $100m profit downgrade.

Fletcher Building in trading halt as it tries to raise $750m selling shares

The move aims to strengthen its balance sheet and gain support from its banking syndicate.

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Wet weather pushes vegetable prices up 11 per cent

Tomato, lettuce, cauliflower, cabbage and broccoli prices were affected.

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The case is being heard in Wellington.

Iwi and environmental groups take fight against iron sand mining to High Court

Court this morning opened with a karakia and waiata by iwi representatives.

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The international project, which goes from Mexico to New Zealand, has been developed by a group of entrepreneurial Kiwis.

Lower Hutt cafe serving coffee made entirely by people with disabilities

Beans from Mexico are sent to New Zealand, where they are sold, roasted, delivered and brewed.

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Manufacturing activity in New Zealand eases in March

The Business NZ-BNZ performance of manufacturing index fell to a seasonally adjusted 52.2 in March.

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Iyia Liu has sold two businesses for millions, but says she learnt the most from a business that failed.

Kiwi woman and fitness corset millionaire reveals key to her success

Iyia Liu has sold two businesses for millions, but says she learnt the most from a business that failed.

New New Zealand 10 dollar and 5 dollar notes and coins.

NZ dollar gains as Trump backtracks on his plans to attack Syria

Today Kiwi traders will be watching for the March manufacturing PMI report.

The US president's announcement on Twitter has sparked protests and outrage in Washington and beyond.

Both risks and benefits for New Zealand if US rejoins CPTPP trade agreement, says trade expert

Trump is directing advisors to look into the possibility of re-signing.

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Corin Dann looks expectations ahead of the budget and speaks to Nick Goodall Head of Research at Corelogic NZ about the outlook for the housing market.

Q+A: Housing market constrained by cautious lenders - CoreLogic NZ

Nick Goodall says tighter bank lending has curbed growth in the housing market.

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Corin Dann looks expectations ahead of the budget and speaks to Nick Goodall Head of Research at Corelogic NZ about the outlook for the housing market.

Q+A: Are foreign buyers rushing to beat the ban?

Property data analysts CoreLogic NZ says there appears to have been an increase in foreign buyer activity in the Auckland housing market.

Reserve Bank can't influence job trends, says top executive

"There are widely-recognised limits to what monetary policy can do."

Liz Dudson says some New Zealanders  are paying $2000 a year in credit card interest.

Retail spending on credit, debit cards rebounds in March from grocery and liquor sales

New Zealanders' spending on consumable products rose 2.9 per cent in March.

Melbourne, Australia - August 24, 2017: A pedestrian walks past a Michael Hill jewelry store at the corner of Little Collins and Elizabeth Streets in the Central Business District of Melbourne, Australia.

Michael Hill jeweller's exit from US to cost US$4.5m

The chain decided to wind up its US business in January.

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Behind the story of make-up brand Colour Junkie is dysfunctional past of a woman who always knew she was different.

Watch: Young mum defies the odds to ensure a future for herself and her daughter

Hannah Mckeich, a former teen mum, started the independent make-up brand Colour Junkie in late 2016.

One Beltex ram sold for $15,000 at the auction in mid-Canterbury.

Landcorp Farming goes for back-up bidder after preferred foreign buyer withdraws

NZ First, which campaigned against foreign ownership of farmland, welcomed the news.

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NZ dollar rises to three-week high

Fears of a trade war between the US and China have dissipated.

Kiwi merino clothing maker Icebreaker is being acquired by VF corporation.

Kiwi merino wool clothing brand Icebreaker sold for $288m to US apparel giant

NYSE-listed VF Corp has a market capitalisation of around US$29.5 billion.

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NZ dollar falls as trade threats revive

The US and China have traded threats over tariffs.

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