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The government today made public the controversial 11-country free trade deal's text
The cut represents just over one third of the company's suite of print publications in NZ.
Changes include a ban on foreign residential home buyers.
But the important whole milk powder price was up 0.3 per cent.
The move follows the banks dropping the highly unpopular fee in Australia last year.
MPI has introduced new measures to reduce the risk of the insects coming to NZ.
At the moment ANZ customers are charged a $1 fee for using another bank's ATM.
It kicks off one of the transport fuel company's 'Strategy 3.0' projects.
Concern has been rising over the popularity of Bitcoin.
Businesses have been jittery since the formation of the Labour-led government.
The Commerce Minister says: "My hope is that the risk of imprisonment acts as a strong deterrent".
But butter prices surged 43 per cent in the year to January, reaching their highest-ever level.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand's survey of inflation expectations is due out tomorrow.
Spending on credit and debit cards has risen for the fifth month in a row.
Glenn Jones’ designs have gone global.
Biome Bioplastics has made a cup using natural materials including potato starch.
The rout marked a stark turnabout in investors' mood from just two weeks ago.
It dropped to 58.57 euro cents from 59.98c.
The company's shares jumped three per cent after SpaceX successfully launched its rocket yesterday.
Fletcher Building said it expects further "material losses" at its building and interiors business with a review of key projects underway.
The local currency rose to 79.89 yen from 79.23 yen and gained to A92.68c from 92.18c.
The NZX closed this evening, down just over half a per cent.
Are New Zealanders paying too much for their power? That's the question a new Government review will ask.
Selling has not been as severe as some feared after the US stock market plunged yesterday
The day's trading was still marked by steep up and downs as the market remains volatile.
The NZX was closed yesterday, as Wall Street experienced its biggest one-day fall in history.
Today, the kiwi was little changed at 91.33 Australian cents.
Sentiment was helped by Standard & Poor's affirming New Zealand's 'AA' credit rating.
The female customer concerned only wanted a typically male short back and sides cut.
Kiwi beekeepers were not happy about quality increases to sell under the "manuka" name.
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