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Cyber criminals becoming more sophisticated, rake $3.3m from NZ businesses in three months
The number of cybercrimes being reported is up but financial losses are down, according to new data from CERT NZ.In the three months to September, reports to the government watchdog were up 53 per cent compared to the previous quarter,... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 7:02am 

Small business tales: Rosie, Dan and the Kiwi dream
OPINION: Dan and Rosie Tong, owners of The Engineering Co have a vision of continuing a proud legacy and building a successful future over time. 
© 2021 5:01am 

Does your boss have to live in New Zealand?
Auckland woman Linda Lloyd? is evidence that it's not just local companies that recruiters have to fight for Kiwi talent. 
© 2021 5:01am 

Confused about My Vaccine Pass? You're not alone. Here are some key questions answered
Should retail shops be checking your vaccine passport? And why aren't all cafes scanning my QR code? We help clear up some confusion. 
© 2021 5:01am 

Mackenzie tourism operators hope for summer surge
Tourism operators in the Mackenzie heading into a second pandemic summer hope North Islanders are ready for a change of scene. 
© 2021 10:22pm 

Construction sector tipped to peak at $48.3 billion in 2024, driven by residential
New Zealand's construction sector is forecast to grow over the next three years, boosted by rising activity in both residential construction and infrastructure and dominated by Auckland.On Monday MBIE released the National Construction... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 5:41pm 

New home consents tipped to dip below current record highs
An average of more than 44,000 new dwelling consents a year in MBIE report are below current levels of around 47,000. 
© 2021 5:21pm 

Council of Trade Unions backs Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr amid opposition MPs' calls to replace him
By Nicholas Pointon of RNZ The Council of Trade Unions (CTU) and the head of a KiwiSaver provider are defending Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr after opposition MPs said he should be replaced.On The Working Group podcast last... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 4:21pm 

PGG Wrightson Limited (NZX: PGW) FY22 Operating EBITDA forecast to better last year
PGW Chairman, Rodger Finlay, announced today that "Following excellent spring trading over the first half of the financial year PGW was raising its full year guidance to around $58 million at an Operating EBITDA level." 
© 2021 1:41pm 

Kiwifruit workers now get more than $27 an hour: Survey
Pay and conditions are improving for some seasonal work, but First Union wants to see collective agreements and guaranteed hours. 
© 2021 1:11pm 

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Fletcher Residential releases details of new Vivid Living retirement business
Fletcher Building's retirement village entree will be via new brand Vivid Living, to undercut the sector by keeping only about half the capital people pay to buy into villages compared with other operators.But to make the offer... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 5:41am 

Two Kiwi amateur investors have number one business podcast in the US
Best friends Simran Kaur and Sonya Gupthan record an investing podcast in their bedrooms that has gone to the top of the charts in the US, Canada and NZ. 
© 2021 5:01am 

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New Fiordland foodie event included in Great South tourism strategy
A new Fiordland food festival detailing its history of wild venison and lobster is on the cards for 2022 or 2023 under a new regional food tourism strategy. 
© 2021 10:22pm 

Omicron and inflation twin threats for financial markets
OPINION: After the US Federal Reserve declared that inflation was no longer ‘transitory’, the Dow Jones fell over 340 points, however, scratching below the surface, the US employment market remains in strong shape. 
© 2021 10:22pm 

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NZ Post uses green finance to accelerate move to electric vehicles
NZ Post is using green investment finance to help it fund 60 Mercedes eVito vans for its fleet. 
© 2021 5:21pm 

Strong dairy, meat prices continue to drive record commodity exports
By RNZ Strong dairy and meat prices have pushed the country's commodity exports to record levels.ANZ Bank's commodities price index rose 2.8 per cent in November on the month before, to be 26.1 per cent ahead of last year.Agri-economist... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 3:41pm 

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Government looking at more changes to KiwiSaver
Fresh off the back of a major shake-up to the default provider regime, Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark has signalled the Government is looking into more changes to KiwiSaver.Speaking at the Financial Services Council conference... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 1:41pm 

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