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Retirement village residents' association claims the rule to get legal advice before signing a contract doesn't protect residents – and is used against them.
CEO Greg Foran says delta risks convinced airline it needed more protection for its staff.
Investors were positive after the US Federal Reserve provided more clarity regarding economic stimulus tapering.
Pacific Edge has announced an $80 million capital raise which is similar to informal plans accidentally revealed by the ASX two weeks ago.
Stride's bid for an increase in directors' fees was approved, but there was a strong protest vote with nearly 26% of votes lodged ahead of the meeting against it.
AFT founder Hartley Atkinson says NZ will end up poorer if it ignores export markets.
Because Vital Healthcare Property Trust's manager opted for Vital to be classed as a managed investment scheme, it had to issue a second annual report.
There were no developments overnight with the market watching closely for a signal that the Chinese government may step in to help restructure the firm’s debt.
Chief executive Clive Mackenzie says build-to-rent is a long-term proposition.
The high court dismissed claims Turners Automotive breached fundamental covenants with the vendor of Buy Right Cars.
Key US indices fell about 2% overnight, as investors worried Chinese developer Evergrande’s insolvency could lead to a wider market shock.