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The government is expected to announce a ban on live animal exports, with TVNZ reporting a letter to the Chinese embassy signals an end to the controversial trade.
There is a lot of nuance packed into Grant Robertson's new 'letter of expectations' to Air NZ, none of it unreasonable for the airline's majority shareholder and its ultimate guarantor.
Ministers say NZ will be the first country to introduce mandatory emissions reporting for private sector companies, as emissions continue to grow.
Westpac Bank doesn't expect a rate hike until 2025, much later than other bank economists.
PaySauce said it's now in an ideal position to scale.
Ramadan begins in New Zealand today for Muslims. Meanwhile, the digital dollar is under consideration in the United States, with other countries including China, Sweden and New Zealand also researching its feasibility.
Investors should pay attention to next month's full-year results to see how many new customers have joined the platform.
The pharmaceuticals company has also appointed Lorraine Corr-Poppleton as its Hong Kong-based Asia business manager.
AFT's chair David Flacks chairs NZX's regulatory governance committee and used to chair NZX's disciplinary tribunal, making AFT's late profit downgrade all the more surprising.
The national airline is creating room to manoeuvre as the many moving parts affecting its post-covid future slowly come together.
Pacific Edge has been gaining momentum in the US after years of trying to win over the major administrators.
A PwC report into Air New Zealand’s contracts to maintain gas turbine engines for the Saudi Arabian navy has found the airline's processes were at fault.
NZX will shift its dairy derivatives listing and trading to the Singapore Exchange once it gains regulatory approval.