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'Flyer beware' – the employment implications of overseas travel
OPINION: There are a range of questions you need to consider as the leave requests start coming in from staff keen to enjoy the bubble and travel to Aussie. ??????? 
© 2021 2:25am 

Impact driven thinking has helped us stand out from the competition
OPINION: Most business owners think about how they can increase sales, whereas I started thinking how Duffle&Co could reduce waste and CO2 emissions. 
© 2021 1:35am 

Livestock export ban met with disappointment in South Canterbury
A ban on all livestock exports from New Zealand has been met with disappointment by interest groups in South Canterbury. 
© 2021 11:55pm 

ACC boss resigns after eight years in the role
Departing chief executive Scott Pickering is eyeing a return to the private sector. 
© 2021 11:55pm 

Billions more in exports to be found at top of South Island: report
The Tasman and Marlborough economies have $24b in potential exports available to them, report suggests. 
© 2021 5:15pm 

'A necessity, it's not a luxury’: Women tradies say they're dealing with barriers including toilet access, sexist comments
No toilets, topless calendars and comments about their appearance are just some of the things women tradies say they deal with on a daily basis. 
© 2021 3:35pm 

Weigh day: 'Embarrassing' - Air NZ weighs its passengers
Passengers on Air New Zealand flights were today asked to submit to having more than their luggage weighed before take-off.Travellers were told that they needed to have themselves weighed as well.Broadcaster Hilary Barry shared... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 3:05pm 

Richlisters Graeme & Harry Hart buy ice cream company Emerald Foods
Rich lister Graeme Hart and his son Harry have bought ice cream company Emerald Foods Group, returning it to Kiwi ownership. 
© 2021 2:45pm 

OCR on hold at 0.25 pc - Reserve Bank still prepared to cut if required
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate on hold at 0.25 per cent and said it is still prepared to go lower if required.In a Monetary Policy Review today Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr said the global economic outlook... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 2:25pm 

Hopes for speedy trade deal with Britain unlikely: Kiwi exporters
British papers surprise New Zealand exporters about closeness of UK free trade deal. 
© 2021 1:55pm 

What is natural wine, anyway? A sommelier explains
You may have heard these terms, but what do they really mean? A sommelier explains the ins and outs. 
© 2021 1:05pm 

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She started her Southland dog toy business Fun Diggity Dog as a side hustle, now it's a prize winning success
Louise Mackenzie says winning the Shop Local competition for her possum fur dog toy business will be a gamechanger that will take her to the next level. 
© 2021 2:25am 

Stay of execution for Auckland tenant who saw her son's treehouse cut down
Tenant at centre of bitter decade-long argument with landlord over historic Auckland villa has stay of execution - but must find money quick. 
© 2021 11:55pm 

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Wall Street hits a record high, lifting sentiment in Asian sharemarkets
“There’s general positivity throughout the Asia Pacific region which usually rubs off on us,” said Dan Stratful, an investment adviser at Forsyth Barr. 
© 2021 11:55pm 

Cooking the Books podcast: How to financially prepare for a career break
OPINION: Each week the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's how to make a career break financially possible. Hosted by Frances Cook. Listen to the Cooking the Books podcast here... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 3:45pm 

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New hope for future of Whakatane mill
Is salvation in store for Whakatane's biggest private employer? 
© 2021 2:45pm 

Reserve Bank keeps Official Cash Rate at 0.25%
Year-long promise not to move interest rates has expired - but there's no change regardless. 
© 2021 2:45pm 

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KiwiSaver annual membership fees 'should be reduced or eliminated'
FMA says KiwiSavers should no longer be paying $85 million in annual fees. 
© 2021 1:55pm 

Emerald Foods acquired by Graeme and Harry Hart's FMCG brand Walter & Wild
Fast moving consumer goods business Walter & Wild has acquired Emerald Foods Group for an undisclosed amount.The business, jointly owned by rich listers Graeme and Harry Hart, will bring premium ice cream brands New Zealand Natural,... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 1:45pm 

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