Wake Up Call: Air NZ slims down domestic flights again

Staff reporters
Tue, 24 Aug 2021

Staff reporters
Tue, 24 Aug 2021
Summary NZ’s finance and health minsters will be grilled in virtual special select committee meetings today to make up for Parliament not sitting due to the pandemic. Also virtually, some of the country’s largest listed companies announce full-year results today, providing a revealing, cross-sector snapshot of the economy’s health across banking, retirement, fast food, building products and electricity.Virtual grilling Finance minister Grant Robertson and health minister Chris Hipkins will be grilled on the government&rsq...

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