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Travel trend Thomas Cook completely missed
If you want someone to blame for the failure of Thomas Cook, you can point the finger at me. I did it.I didn't single-handedly sink one of the world's oldest and greatest travel brands. But it was me, and millions like me, who were... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 9:45pm 

Cardrona seeks Commerce Commission approval to buy Treble Cone
Otago's Cardrona ski area wants to purchase nearby Treble Cone and already has a partnership with Soho Basin. 
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Women's shoe company Ziera Retail placed in administration
Women's footwear business Ziera Retail, which has 140 staff in this country, has been placed into voluntary administration.Ziera was formerly known as Kumfs and has 22 stores in New Zealand and 23 stores in Australia where it employs... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 5:45pm 

NZ dollar steady ahead of RBA speech, NZ rate decision
The New Zealand dollar was little changed ahead of a key speech by the Reserve Bank of Australia's governor tonight and an official cash rate decision by the local central bank tomorrow 
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Economist, academic stand by housing affordability report
Economist hits back at claims his report, picking Hamilton to overhaul Auckland house prices, was inaccurate. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 4:35pm 

Skyline's sale of Totally Tourism stopped in Queenstown
Skyline had planned to sell Totally Tourism to former chairman Mark Quickfall, eight years after buying it from him. 
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Government plans to clamp down on unfair commercial practices well received
Government plans to clamp down on unfair commercial practices that can cripple small businesses have been well received by those lobbying for change. "We're taking action to prohibit the most serious types of commercial misconduct,... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 4:25pm 

The New Zealand Green Building Council calls for new buildings to be rid of gas and coal
The Green Building Council urges the Government to go green with buildings or fail to reach its zero carbon goal. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 3:45pm 

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Christchurch's metro sports facility begins to take shape
Two hundred truckloads of concrete have been poured to form the foundations of Christchurch's long-awaited metro sports facility. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 7:05pm 

NZ shares fall as A2 hits 7-month low
New Zealand shares fell, as a seven-month low for A2 Milk outweighed the revival in appetite among investors for high-yielding stocks such as Meridian Energy and Chorus. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 14.62 points, or 0.1 per cent, to... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 6:25pm 

Controversial Wanaka Airport lease revealed to be $11.3m but plans for legal action remain
A community group claims the release of the information is a "cynical and calculated" move by Queenstown's mayor to score election points. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 6:15pm 

NZ dollar steady ahead of RBA speech, NZ rate decision
The New Zealand dollar was little changed ahead of a key speech by the Reserve Bank of Australia's governor tonight and an official cash rate decision by the local central bank tomorrow.The kiwi was trading at 62.96 US cents at... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 5:45pm 

Landmark house built for Eastbourne's first mayor is back on the market
One of Eastbourne's oldest and grandest homes could be yours for $1.495m. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 5:25pm 

Zealong Tea wins awards at Paris gourmet trade show
New Zealand's only commercial tea estate, Zealong, has marked its 10th year in business by taking out three major awards at Europe's fine food trade show Gourmet Selection in Paris.The Waikato fine tea company won gold for its Zealong... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 5:05pm 

Z and BP warn watchdog that lower petrol margins could mean station closures
Petrol stations could shut down at rate of 'one-a-week' if watchdog sticks by analysis, Z warns. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 4:35pm 

Govt plans to clamp down on unfair commercial practices well received
Government plans to clamp down on unfair commercial practices that can cripple small businesses have been well received by those lobbying for change 
© 2019 sharechat.co.nz 4:25pm 

ANZ ties $50m loan for Synlait to environment, social and governance measures
Synlait Milk will reap cheaper interest costs if it hits various environmental, social and governance in a $50 million, four-year loan with ANZ Bank. However, if it falls short, that bill will be higher. READ MORE:• New... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 4:25pm 

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