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G20 tax crackdown

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Air NZ sells subsidiary

The airline is selling its aircraft interior design company Altitude Aerospace Interiors to a British company.

Hubbard investors recoup losses

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OMG 0.006 arrow -0.006 -50.00%
SLG 0.112 arrow 0.012 12.00%
OGC 2.530 arrow -0.330 -11.54%
CGF 0.167 arrow 0.017 11.33%
NTL 0.012 arrow -0.001 -7.69%
NWF 0.052 arrow 0.003 6.12%
PIL 0.047 arrow -0.003 -6.00%

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Indices Top Movers Currencies
RATE
Australian Dollar 0.914
Euro 0.632
British Pound 0.497
Hong Kong Dollar 6.295
Japanese Yen 88.540
Singapore Dollar 1.030
US Dollar 0.812

Price as at 8:50 pm, 22 Sep

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NZ gets air ambulance jet

Money complaints on the rise

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New mortgage brake possible

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Bank helps families in debt

An Otahuhu, South Auckland, pilot project that helps get people off high-interest loans is being extended.

Acoustic guitars sound like success

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Firm finds foundations for growth

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Infrastructure focus for G-20 finance chiefs

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Celtic tiger roars again

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Missing the big picture

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GCSB clarifies 'Project Speargun'

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Aussie CEO pay down but still too high

Status quo for employment law

The business of enslaving hearts

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Conflict over $13k workers' fees

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Act breach costs $20,000

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Olympian drives prefab growth

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Cementing China connection

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Airways strikes deal in China

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NZ's allure grows for Chinese

Alibaba's unassuming lieutenant

Alibaba IPO prices at top end

The Chinese e-commerce giant prices its initial public offering at US$68 a share, raising US$21.8 billion.

Contract saved tired farmers

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Farmer's hand minced in machine

Man yelled for help for 90 minutes before managing to text a friend after getting caught in wheat auger.

Pre-lamb squeeze tough on shearers

Poachers found far from home

Synlait Milk profit right on target

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Greenlane Biogas sold for $25 million

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ACG expands further offshore

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US Dollar 0.812

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