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NZ migration hits record in July despite more Kiwis leaving
New Zealand Herald
Annual net migration reached 72,400 in the year to July, up 3,400 on the same period a year earlier, Statistics New Zealand said. Three-quarters of the record 132,100 migrant arrivals were non-New Zealand citizens, with 1,100 more New Zealanders ...
More people may be making NZ their home than the official stats showManawatu Standard
Migrants, visitors and holiday makers to NZ all hit record
Visitor arrivals a record high for (press release)
Voxy -Radio New Zealand
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Otago Daily Times
Gyms get hard word from ComCom on unfair members' contracts
New Zealand Herald
Gyms will have to get their contracts in shape after a review by the Commerce Commission. Photo / 123RF. Francis Cook. By: Francis Cook. Business writer, NZ Herald. @FranPaulKennedy. Share via email Share on Facebook ...
Gym told to shape up over unfair contractsRadio New Zealand
Commerce Commission reviews unfair gym
Gyms to shape up after review into unfair contract termsVoxy

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How a solo mum of four purchased a home in Auckland
New Zealand Herald
Jackie Harrison struggled with housing costs until she got assistance from a community housing organisation. Photo / Jason Oxenham. NZ Herald. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook ...

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Vodafone NZ back in black as sales tick up, finance bill shrinks
New Zealand Herald
Vodafone New Zealand's books were back in the black after three years in the red as the country's biggest mobile operator boosted revenue in an increasingly competitive telecommunications sector. Auckland-based Vodafone reported a profit of $57.5 ...

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Dunedin's Cadbury World gets sweet $7 million boost
Food giant Mondelez has confirmed it will redevelop Dunedin's Cadbury World - one of the city's most popular attractions. The historic Castle St dairy site will undergo a $7 million refurbishment to house Cadbury World. Under the plan, full time ...
Mondelez to invest $7 million in Dunedin's Cadbury WorldNew Zealand Herald
Mondelez to pour $7m into revamped Cadbury WorldRadio New Zealand
Mondelez commits to Cadbury WorldOtago Daily Times

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The Sydney Morning Herald
Markets Live: BlueScope bashed as ASX wilts
The Sydney Morning Herald
Shares are under early selling pressure as investors sort through more profit results, cheering Fortescue's bumper earnings but slamming BlueScope. Live updates. Sort posts by. Newest, Oldest. 11:25am. shares down. Vocus shares are back trading and ...
NZ Steel in A$100M profit turnaround, future more secureNew Zealand Herald
BlueScope appoints new CEO as Paul O'Malley retiresThe Australian
BlueScope's Paul O'Malley steps down, Mark Vassella to be CEOThe Australian Financial Review
Nasdaq -Business Insider Australia -SBS
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Passengers spot military jet flying alongside plane but the airline doesn't know why
The jet was so close to the passenger plane, stunned travellers could read the writing on its tail fin. An airline was left asking questions after passengers spotted a mysterious military aircraft flying alongside it. Budget carrier Jet2 says it has ...
What you don't want to see when you look out the window of your plane - air force fighter jetsNew Zealand Herald
French fighter jet 'tracks' Jet2 flight on route to BirminghamBBC News
Jet2 asks French why flight was apparently trackedWashington Post

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The Southland Times
The world's coolest homes on clifftops
The Southland Times
This boat, which started life shifting iron ore across America's Great Lakes, now sits atop a small cliff on the banks of Lake Erie. PATKAU ARCHITECTS. The cliff-topping Tula House has received numerous awards, including a 2016 RIBA Award for ...

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Westpac economists say there is no compelling case at the moment for the Reserve Bank to loosen the limits on high ...
There's no compelling case at the moment for loosening the limits on high loan to value ratio lending, Westpac economists say. The LVR restrictions, initially put in place by the Reserve Bank in 2013 and strengthened last year with addition of a 40 ...
Banks falling short on lending limitsNew Zealand Herald

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British Airways passenger forced to sit in urine-soaked seat on flight to South Africa
A BUSINESSMAN who paid more than $2000 to fly to South Africa with British Airways was given a “damp seat” full of urine to sit on. Andrew Wilkinson, 39, claimed a BA stewardess gave him wet wipes to mop up the mess when he protested.
'I can't sit here': Man endures long-haul BA flight in urine-soaked economy
British Airways passenger 'handed wet wipes by cabin crew to clean urine off seat'Metro
Plane passenger forced to sit on urine-covered seatNewshub
TravelMole -Daily Mail
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