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Kiwi lamb exports to UK drop to record low

Just 1274 tonnes of frozen lamb made its way to the UK from New Zealand in August.

New Zealand currency fifty dollar note money

NZ dollar falls against pound on hints of Bank of England hikes

The main event ahead of Saturday's election is likely to be gross domestic product figures for the second quarter.

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

Kiwi dollar falls on after volatile poll results, US inflation

"However, there could still be more fireworks to come."

A mixture of New Zealand Bank notes and coins.

Kiwi dollar holds gains after latest election poll result

The poll showed National could rule alone after the election.

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

Kiwi dollar gains on yen as risk appetite grows

Today, the kiwi rose to 60.62 euro cents from 60.29c late yesterday.

00:25
But its Auckland and Wellington stores will stay open until a call has been made on their future.

Watch: Popular NZ clothing retailer Topshop goes under

But its Auckland and Wellington stores will stay open until a call has been made on their future.

Kevin Kenrick says media organisations will now likely be looking at commercial partnerships rather than full equity mergers.

TVNZ posts net profit of $1.4 million for 2017 financial year

TVNZ exceeded its goal of engaging two million New Zealanders per day, said Chief Executive Kevin Kenrick.

04:18
Reasons such as women choosing to work in low-pay industries and taking time off for children "can't explain" the wage gap.

'It's not OK' - New research finds pure sexism main contributor to gender wage gap

Women are only paid $0.84 for every $1 men are paid, it was found.

00:38
The Labour Leader says David Seymour has his own campaign to run and she has hers.

'I would get a bit of a talking to' - Jacinda Ardern tut-tuts David Seymour's F-bomb

The ACT leader used the strong language to describe NZ First MP Richard Prosser.

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Councillors voted this morning to keep the trading bylaw the same.

Auckland Council's vote to keep Easter trading laws a 'victory for retail workers and their families'

But the city centre's business association says it shouldn't be the council's decision.

01:57
Experts say there's been a major increase in young people investing in shares in recent years.

With home ownership a distant dream for young Kiwis, new wave of investors taking to stockmarket

Experts say there's been a major increase in young people investing in shares.

03:18
The new headquarters for Giltrap Group is totally different.

Visit the $40 million eco-building to be filled with Bentleys and Aston Martins

The new headquarters for Giltrap Group is totally different.

09:32
His name is Gordon Bayne although, these days, he seems to prefer the name George.

On the trail of a serial offender who, according to his customers puts the 'con' into concrete

His name is Gordon Bayne although, these days, he seems to prefer the name George.

03:49
Kerepehi, in Waikato, is growing after an old dairy factory was turned into an ice-cream making plant that exports everything to China.

'We want to roll out the red carpet, not the red tape' - small town revitalised by Chinese-led investment

Kerepehi is growing after an old dairy factory was turned into an ice-cream making plant.

01:54
The local industry is now ranked as the world's most competitive.

New Zealand apples in hot demand and growers are struggling to keep up

The local industry is now ranked as the world's most competitive.

01:03
Manager of Xero, Craig Hudson, reports findings that tax is the number one concern for small businesses heading into the election.

Tax hikes number one concern for NZ small business this election

New research finds almost half of small business owners believe the amount of tax they pay will be impacted post-election.

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A top economist says the billions of dollars of Chinese investment is badly needed.

Expo to bridge the cultural barrier between Chinese and New Zealand builders

Event organises aim to target Kiwi scepticism at Chinese developers.

New Zealand stockbroker fined $400,000 for market manipulation

The High Court Judge deemed the boutique investment firm portfolio manager manipulated the NZ stock market twice in 2014

01:44
Customers at some outlets can now pay just a fraction of a garment's price and pay later - but experts are warning them to be careful.

New layby pay system reaches NZ, concerned consumer watchdog calls on Commerce Commission to investigate

Buyers own the items after making the first weekly payment in the new model.

02:06
The law changed in February after concerns raised in the leaked Panama Papers.

New disclosure rules sees sharp drop in registered foreign trusts

New rules came into effect in February after last year's Panama Papers investigation showed New Zealand was being used to hide assets and cash.

01:44
A plan to rescue part of Cadbury's Dunedin operation is gathering momentum.

Save our Pineapple Lumps! Campaign launched to keep production running at Dunedin's Cadbury factory

Manufacturing is due to finish at the Cadbury factory in March next year.

02:29

Should New Zealanders start tipping in restaurants?

You can't escape it in the US, but Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett is keen on it becoming more common here.

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The PM says he TPP "has taken on a bit more relevance as a strategic agreement at a time when the US has pulled back".

TPP has more 'relevance as a strategic agreement' with US out and unpredictable North Korea – Bill English

"We want to get on with the job of working with like minded countries to achieve our trade objectives."

00:56
Barry Coates says the deal now has none of the benefits and all of the disadvantages

'Really razor-thin benefits' – New TPP deal is worthless, says Green Party trade spokesperson

"There are a lot of costs for New Zealand, but without the US there are even tinier benefits."

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