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New Zealand is ready to assist Tonga in its recovery from Saturday night’s undersea
eruption and tsunami, Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta and Defence Minister
Peeni Henare said today. Air Movements personnel stack and secure pallets of disaster ...
More than 120,000 doses of the child (paediatric) Pfizer vaccine have been delivered
to over 500 vaccination sites around New Zealand as health providers prepare to start
immunising 5 to 11-year-olds tamariki from today, 17 January. The COVID-19 vaccine ...
Buckingham Palace has recently announced that, with the Queen's approval and agreement,
the Duke of York’s military affiliations and Royal patronages have been returned
to the Queen. In New Zealand, the Duke of York was formerly the Colonel-in-Chief ...
Responsible lenders are not interested in telling the Government “I told you so”
when it comes to unintended consequences of changes to lending laws that are now
causing grief for everyday Kiwis seeking finance. The Financial Services Federation ...
With New Zealand on the precipice of an Omicron outbreak and the economic upheaval
that comes with it, the CTU’s annual Mood of the Workforce Survey shows the vast
majority of kiwi workers do not have the financial resources to survive a period ...
Recent changes in consumer finance law on top of Government policy changes are locking
many home seekers out of finance options they would have qualified for just six weeks
ago, says Financial Advice New Zealand. Chief Executive Katrina Shanks says financial ...