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New Zealand outlines plans to meet net zero target by 2050

New Zealand has proposed a series of plans to reduce carbon emissions to meet its target of becoming net zero by 2050.

Markets

Ongoing Auckland border closure “not an option”, say business groups

The three largest business groups in New Zealand are calling on the government to ease Auckland border regulations, following news the Prime Minister ruled the changes wouldn’t be revised.

Markets

NZ Restaurant Association unveils roadmap to recovery

New Zealand’s Restaurant Association has published the first stage of a roadmap to support the industry following the pandemic.

Markets

New Zealand outlines plans to meet net zero target by 2050

New Zealand has proposed a series of plans to reduce carbon emissions to meet its target of becoming net zero by 2050.

Markets

Ongoing Auckland border closure “not an option”, say business groups

The three largest business groups in New Zealand are calling on the government to ease Auckland border regulations, following news the Prime Minister ruled the changes wouldn’t be revised.

Markets

NZ Restaurant Association unveils roadmap to recovery

New Zealand’s Restaurant Association has published the first stage of a roadmap to support the industry following the pandemic.

Coronavirus

Quarantine bookings reopen in New Zealand

New Zealand has decided to reopen its border bookings for people returning home, as the number of coronavirus cases continues to fall.

Coronavirus

NZ eases lockdown restrictions outside Auckland

Lockdown restrictions in regions of New Zealand outside Auckland will move down to level 2 from midnight on Tuesday, according to prime minister Jacinda Ardern.

Markets

New Zealand PM backs ‘Covid zero’ strategy

Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern has defended her ‘Covid zero’ elimination initiative on concerns the Delta variant

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NZ to be Australasia’s fastest growing economy in 2021/22

New Zealand is set to be the fastest growing economy in the Australasian region this year and next, thanks to its success in the containment of coronavirus as well as wider border relaxations forecast for 2022.

Markets

New Zealand dollar upbeat as rate hike forecast this month

The New Zealand dollar looked to end the week with substantial gains as investors forecast a rise in local interest rates is just around the corner.

Markets

Government to address social problems in 2021 budget

Central to New Zealand’s budget is the largest boost to welfare payments in “more than a generation”.

Coronavirus

NZ-Cook Islands travel bubble to improve in mid-May

On May 17th, New Zealand and the Cook Islands will start a two-way travel bubble,

Markets

The Retirement Dream - Interest free retirement

In a perfect world, we can visualise ourselves retiring and living off the interest on our investments.

Markets

New Zealand outlines plans to meet net zero target by 2050

New Zealand has proposed a series of plans to reduce carbon emissions to meet its target of becoming net zero by 2050.

Markets

Ongoing Auckland border closure “not an option”, say business groups

The three largest business groups in New Zealand are calling on the government to ease Auckland border regulations, following news the Prime Minister ruled the changes wouldn’t be revised.

Markets

NZ Restaurant Association unveils roadmap to recovery

New Zealand’s Restaurant Association has published the first stage of a roadmap to support the industry following the pandemic.

Coronavirus

Quarantine bookings reopen in New Zealand

New Zealand has decided to reopen its border bookings for people returning home, as the number of coronavirus cases continues to fall.

Coronavirus

NZ eases lockdown restrictions outside Auckland

Lockdown restrictions in regions of New Zealand outside Auckland will move down to level 2 from midnight on Tuesday, according to prime minister Jacinda Ardern.

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