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Dairy New Zealand is warning the agricultural sector is in dire need of workers, and if we don't do something to plug the gap there's no way we'll meet our target of doubling our primary exports by 2025.
An update on the markets for November 28, 2014.
Auckland Trotting Club members have approved a $205.4 million property deal at Alexandra Park which will secure the future of harness racing in Auckland.
OPEC has decided against cutting the amount of oil it produces despite a glut in global supplies, triggering a five-dollar collapse in crude prices.
Unemployment in France hit a new record in October, with official statistics showing 3.46 million people claiming jobless benefits.
The AA is advising motorists to only renew their vehicle licences for six months ahead of next year's drop in ACC levies.
An update on the markets for November 27, 2014.
Twitter says it will begin tracking which other applications people have installed on their mobile devices in a bid to better target ads and content.
This week's Tech Bytes looks at a Kiwi-designed health monitor, a belt that charges your phone and the incredibly low-tech EYEteleporter.
The New Zealand dollar was little changed and will likely remain under pressure as low inflation expectations keep traders wary.
One of the country's biggest tech companies has debuted on the share market. Shares in Orion Health leapt 14 percent to $6.50.
An update on the markets for November 26, 2014.
Pumpkin Patch shares fell to a record low on concern the children's clothing chain will seek new capital after saying it may breach bank covenants.
Apple shares rose nearly 1 percent in morning trade to US$119.75, making its market capitalisation some US$701.7 billion.
The world's biggest music streaming service, Spotify, has announced its revenue grew by 74 percent in 2013 while net losses shrank by one third.
It's been one of the country's longest-running competitions, but telecommunications company Chorus is finally ready to announce the location of its first 'Gigatown'.
Flights between New Zealand and China can double under an agreement that's just been signed.
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