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Rugby: Taranaki to remain at Yarrow Stadium for 2018 Mitre 10 Cup home fixtures
Taranaki Rugby's home base will remain at Yarrow Stadium for this year's Mitre 10 Cup season. Despite the ground's two major stands being out of action in the interest of public safety, the Ranfurly Shield holders will continue... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 4:55pm 

British High Commissioner Laura Clarke says Jacinda Ardern's baby has attracted a high level of interest in UK
British High Commissioner Laura Clarke said there was huge interest in Britain in Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern giving birth."We all share in your pride that this is possible."British Prime Minister Theresa May tweeted her congratulations,... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 2:05pm 

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NZ to invite proposals on off-site construction factories for KiwiBuild homes, Twyford says
New Zealand’s government will invite companies, both domestic and overseas, to express their interest in setting up or expanding off-site manufacturing factories for KiwiBuild homes, a government construction program aimed at alleviating the nation& 
© 2018 10:26am 

Youth activism is kicking unpaid internships to the curb
It's job search season for students and fresh graduates, which means a bump in media interest in internships. Barely a decade ago, we'd expect news articles to include tips for landing a "dream internship" or to quote an employer... 
© 2018 NZ Herald Sun 12:55am 

Post-GFC, countries are finding their own economic paths again
OPINION: Interest rates and economies around the world are diverging. Central banks are addressing local economic circumstances, after nearly a decade of universally low interest rates. 
© 2018 Sun 5:05am 

KiwiBuild: Govt signals interest in prefab manufacturing
Prefab manufacturing of housing will be a "game changer" in New Zealand, Housing Minister Phil Twyford says. 
© 2018 RadioNZ Sat 4:05pm 

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How Greece will exit its bailout program and what it means
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Europe has agreed on a plan to finally shepherd Greece out of its bailout program and keep it afloat in coming years.The country's fellow states in the euro currency union said early Friday that they would... 
© 2018 NZ Herald Sat 3:35am 

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Oil industry claims before ban, interest in exploring in NZ was the highest in years
Oil industry bidding for new exploration permits was set to be the strongest in years in 2018, industry body Pepanz claims, with government officials seeing a sharp upswing in interest. 
© 2018 2:25pm 

Phil Twyford wants house factories for Kiwibuild
New Zealand's government will invite companies, both domestic and overseas, to express their interest in setting up or expanding off-site manufacturing factories for KiwiBuild homes, a government construction program aimed at alleviating... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 11:35am 

Kathmandu sees big lift in net profit
Outdoor goods retailer Kathmandu said a strong sales performance in Australia and New Zealand would drive its net profit sharply higher over the year to July.The company said it expected its earnings before interest and tax to lift... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 10:55am 

Government's changes to rates rebate a big help for retirees - LGNZ
LGNZ welcomes the implementation of new legislation from 1 July 2018 that allows eligible retirement village residents to apply to their local council for a rates rebate. 
© 2018 9:25am 

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RBNZ's Adrian Orr tipped to stand pat and could signal hikes might take even longer
Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr is expected to keep the official cash rate steady at next week's review and some economists say he could even hint rates will be on hold for longer than currently forecast. All 14 economists polled... 
© 2018 NZ Herald Sun 10:15am 

Talk of bitcoin's demise was on the money
In less than a decade, bitcoin has become a household name, yet only a tiny minority of people regularly use the alternative currency as a method of transacting. Fewer still are those who understand the technology behind the phenomenon,... 
© 2018 NZ Herald Sat 5:36am 

Barry Soper: First baby renews interest in NZ
There are many spinoffs for New Zealand with Jacinda Ardern giving birth to her daughter. Only the second leader in the world to have done so ensures the news swept around the globe like wildfire, just as the photo of her and... 
© 2018 NZ Herald Sat 5:05am 

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