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Invercargill firms win tanker deal

Stephen Keast Two Invercargill engineering businesses have taken on North Island competitors and won after successfully negotiating a million dollar deal.

IRD erred in treating man as resident

Taxing Times OPINION: I admit that I have dined out on this topic a little this year, in fact in articles in February, April and June.

Time's up for general store

Bev Brady In a small rural town the walls of the general store echo.

New business shows faith

Debbie Hayward A new gift shop for all ages has just opened its doors in Winton, bringing with it some of the old and some of the new.

Tourism award means a lot

Te Anau Kiwi Holiday Park owners Brad and Anna Molloy A family focus brought in a top award for Te Anau business owners Anna and Brad Molloy.

  VALUE MOVEMENT
NZX50 5,262.777 arrow 21.334 0.41%
ASX200 5,415.730 arrow 52.800 1.00%
DOW 17,055.870 arrow -116.800 -0.70%
NASDAQ 4,508.690 arrow -19.000 -0.40%
FTSE 6,676.080 arrow -97.600 -1.40%
NIKKEI 16,205.900 arrow -115.300 -0.70%
H-SENG 23,837.070 arrow -118.400 -0.50%

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Indices Top Movers Currencies
  PRICE MOVEMENT
NPX 3.250 arrow 0.230 7.62%
NTL 0.013 arrow -0.001 -7.14%
MHI 1.300 arrow 0.060 4.84%
BLT 0.023 arrow 0.001 4.55%
MCK 1.300 arrow 0.050 4.00%
BFW 2.600 arrow -0.100 -3.70%
ALF 0.087 arrow -0.003 -3.33%

Price as at 1:42 pm, 24 Sep

Indices Top Movers Currencies
RATE
Australian Dollar 0.912
Euro 0.628
British Pound 0.492
Hong Kong Dollar 6.254
Japanese Yen 87.720
Singapore Dollar 1.023
US Dollar 0.807

Price as at 1:20 pm, 24 Sep

Kiwi exports rise

Survey shows businesses are confident that export orders would pick up in the next 12 months. NZ's trade deficit of $472m last month was better than expected and the smallest August shortfall since 2010.

Sky TV boss's pay tops $1.8m

John Fellet gets a 7.4 per cent pay rise after the pay-TV company boosted profit by 22 per cent.

Fonterra profit plunges

Some bastard stole my wall