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Warehouse plans ambitious profit

Torpedo7 The Warehouse Group has unveiled ambitious goals to drive its newly expanded portfolio of companies to rival the profits of its core red shed stores.

Big deal for Auckland firm

Mind Warriors is licensing its life-coaching courses to US distributor SMCOV for five years.

New life for Auckland icon

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SCF a lesson for all of us

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House buyers and renters may have to dig deeper in the wake of the city's property revaluations.

'Can do' spirit wins out

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Navy women rise through the ranks

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Union supports closures

Roger Middlemass Meatworkers' union comes out in support of possible plant closures, even if that means some of its members lose jobs.

Low water table worries

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Honey smugglers busted at airport

Dairy NZ backs Aoraki

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No.8 wire rules ok

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Rising stars make Fast list

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US investors eye Kiwi firms

Dirty Politics damages science

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