Jim Edmonds has 'no interest' in broadcasting Meghan King Edmonds family drama
Jim Edmonds and Meghan King Edmonds' divorce continues to play out in the media. Read Jim's statement to E! News on the family drama.
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Fri 6:35pm Friday's business news: What you need to know
In today's business news - Low interest rates lure small investors back to the housing market and a privately owned stake in a South Auckland men's prison has been sold.
© 2020 RadioNZ Fri 3:05pm South Taranaki house will be sold to recover $10,000 rates debt
No rates have been paid on a South Taranaki home for five years, so now it's up for sale.
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Fri 6:05am Australiaís Unemployment Rate Unexpectedly Falls to 5.1% in December
Australian unemployment unexpectedly declined in December as the labor market persisted in defying a sluggish economy, prompting a surge in the currency as traders slashed bets on an interest-rate cut
© 2020 sharechat.co.nz Thu 5:35pm Bank of Japan Leaves Rates Unchanged, Raises Growth Forecasts
Haruhiko Kuroda trod a cautious line on the economy Tuesday despite the Bank of Japanís stronger growth forecasts, in remarks likely aimed at pushing back early speculation that the central bankís next move will be to start normalizing policy
© 2020 sharechat.co.nz Wed 2:15pm Shane Jones on funding conflict of interest, forestry meeting
Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones is hitting back at fresh criticisms of a conflict of interest saying he can meet with whomever he likes at Parliament's restaurant Bellamy's.
© 2020 RadioNZ Wed 8:35am Plenty of Avondale interest for Cooksley - NZ Racing Desk
Former top jockey Grant Cooksley is hoping to help maintain the recent strike rate of his apprentice, Masa Hashizume, at Avondale on Wednesday and also kick a $500,000 yearling purchase off on a winning note.
© 2020 voxy.co.nz Tue 1:35pm Where to next for interest rates? ANZ makes its call
The ANZ Bank has removed the official cash rate cut it had pencilled in for May, and now expects the rate to stay flat at the current 1.0 per cent.Most banks still expect the Reserve Bank to cut its rate at some point this year,...
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