News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Two years ago, then 18-year-old Jackson left school with NCEA level 3 in maths, economics, physics and travel/tourism. He started looking for a job in the… Audio
Consumer confidence is holding steady, defying a soft housing market and economic risks in the global and local market.
The Green Party says there's no contradiction in campaigning for donation transparency while calling for contributions to match an unnamed donor.
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Samoans are being warned about a global multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency scheme which has compromised the country's financial system. Audio
Two years ago, then 18-year-old Jackson left school with NCEA level 3 in maths, economics, physics and travel/tourism. He started looking for a job in the construction sector.
And he’s still looking.
Farming has a long tradition in Aotearoa, but in the 21st century some farmers are looking at crops that allow them to benefit the environment as well as their bottom line. Audio
The country's trade deficit has narrowed but still remains at high levels, Air New Zealand's gas turbines business has signed a contract to service United States Navy turbines, worth more than… Audio
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Michael Grace of FNZC. Audio
Reports that Britain is going to let telcos use China's Huawei equipment in 5G mobile networks has given some hope to telecommunications provider Spark that it can use the equipment here. Audio
The carpet manufacturer, Cavalier, is investigating the possibility of developing a large scale, end of life, carpet recycling service. Audio
The growing number of investment funds designed to support New Zealand start-up companies will help keep them from taking their business offshore. Audio
Consumer confidence is holding steady, as a strong labour market offsets underlying concerns about global and local economic conditions. Audio
Experts say serious marine issues such as fish stocks, bycatch, and marine habitat destruction are glossed over in the country's latest environmental report card from the government.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
London's financial industry was targeted in the 11th day of mass disruption caused by demonstrations organised environmental group Extinction Rebellion.
The New Zealand Herald's publisher NZME has announced digital subscriptions will be available from next week. Online readers will have to pay $5 a week for everything the Herald has to offer. It's the… Audio
The grand-daughter of Walt Disney co-founder Roy Disney is calling for the company to spread its wealth more evenly, after it was revealed the company's chief executive was paid $98 million this year.
In today's business news - Easter spending dropped in the main centres and a Christchurch construction village is up for sale.
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