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Concern about Air New Zealand's ability to profitably fill capacity increases as economies weaken and competition increases.
TVNZ reported a net profit after tax of $28.1 million for the year ending June 2015, up $10 million on the prior year.
"I would happily stand up against any airline in the world and look at our relative performance and say these are an absolutely outstanding set of results."
Investors also got some encouraging news from a survey indicating that US consumer confidence rebounded this month.
The drop sees the average Kiwi paying less in the short term for consumer items such as petrol, and food.
Overnight the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled 1,000 points.
Locals councils to decide whether shops can open on Easter Sunday.
US stocks took a sharp dive at the start of the session amid concerns of slowing Chinese economy.
The NZX is down over 100 points to 5,633 points, that's a significant fall of about two per cent.
A total of $272 billion wiped from the wealth of billionaires world wide.
The casino is making way for nearly 500 extra gaming machines, alarming the Problem Gambling Foundation.
The new website is called onoffer.co.nz and unlike TradeMe it's not an auction site.
In the long run businesses will need to hire many more older workers because of the aging workfore.
China’s Central Bank has devalued its national currency for the second day.
China’s central bank devalued the yuan by 1.9 per cent.
A new report warns that the tide has turned on the New Zealand economy.
The biggest gains have been seen outside the main centres.
Google search, maps and YouTube get a rejig.
Chief operating officer Mark Todd will step down at the end of August.
Mr Peters said as the dollars dried up for dairy farmers, the national economy would take a dive.
Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings says the lifting of sanctions against Iran could present opportunities for New Zealand dairy exports.
But shareholders have been advised to reject the $356 million offer, saying it undervalues the company.
The dairy co-operative's board meeting today follows a 9.3 per cent fall in the global dairy auction.
Some farmers say they could be looking for another job after the latest slide in the global dairy auction.
The state-owned coal mining company is crippled by debts of more than $300 million
Greece's top companies lost billions in market value in a matter of minutes overnight.
A judge didn't hold back when telling Tom Hayes what he thought of him.
The Commerce Commission is taking legal action against alleged price fixing.
Around 800 jobs were on the line at the plant near Invercargill.
The US oil industry is responding to much lower profits with sharp cuts in spending and employment.
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Corrections have taken back the running of Mt Eden Prison after the issues around Serco surfaced late month.
Norwegian company Statoil has a permit to drill for 15-years in the Northland Basin.
A South Auckland woman saw her home sold for $600,000 after she failed to pay her rates for nine years.
The prison officers say their bosses are monitoring what they say to investigators.
NSW captain denies swearing at a 10-year-old fan and throwing a magazine in his face.
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