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What do the alert levels mean for businesses and what can you do to help?
Michael Andrew Business editor-August 12, 2020
The experts on the return of Covid-19 in the NZ community and the move to lockdown
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What does our housing market have to do with the 800-year-old British feudal land system?
Dan Heyworth Guest writer-August 4, 2020
This week on Business is Boring, host Simon Pound speaks with Amelia Gain from hotel booking software company Preno.
Simon Pound Business is Boring boss-July 30, 2020
How are the shops doing in Auckland's $1b retail precinct?
Amy Williams Guest writer-July 30, 2020
With the end of the wage subsidy comes a surge in debt. Here's how industry experts are preparing to step in and help.
Michael Andrew Business editorPartner content-July 30, 2020
What do the proposed changes to the resource management act involve?
Pattrick Smellie BusinessDesk editor-July 29, 2020
The latest on New Zealand news, politics and the Covid-19 crisis, updated throughout the day.
Stewart Sowman-Lund Live Updates Editor-July 29, 2020
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What's with all the geopolitical hostilities involving the giant Chinese tech company?
Felix Walton Guest writer-July 27, 2020
Stewart Sowman-Lund Live Updates Editor-July 27, 2020
Business is Boring host Simon Pound talks to Greg Cross from AI company Soul Machines.
Simon Pound Business is Boring boss-July 23, 2020
How are massive economic shocks influencing the global appetite for New Zealand's food?
Michael Andrew Business editor-July 23, 2020
The housing market may not be as grim as initially predicted, but who are the winners and losers?
Brent Melville BusinessDesk reporter-July 22, 2020
Finally a way for many frustrated customers to use their credit for cancelled flights.
Michael Andrew Business editor-July 21, 2020
Catherine McGregor Deputy Editor-July 19, 2020
Some of the world's most vulnerable people are being supported by New Zealand's push to buy local.
Michael Andrew Business editor-July 19, 2020
It's been involved in multiple legal battles overseas. But just why was Uber in the New Zealand employment court this week?
Michael Andrew Business editor-July 17, 2020