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Twitter says it has shut down more than 125,000 terrorism-related accounts since the middle of 2015, most of them linked to the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
New Zealand shares rose although the value of trading continued to be relatively light as volatility in world markets and commodities kept some investors on the sidelines.
New Zealanders have around $150 billion invested in term deposits and savings accounts, but many people may not realise their deposits are not guaranteed.
Former drug executive Martin Shkreli has brushed off questions about drug prices when he appeared at a US congressional hearing against his will.
It's estimated the Super Bowl will generate US$15 billion for the wider American economy, drawing in up to 180 million viewers.
Chocolate bars have shrunk and economic growth in Asia has slowed, meaning people are eating less chocolate and its key ingredient cocoa.
The New Zealand dollar has traded near a month-high as stronger headline labour market data and signals from the Reserve Bank it won't rush to cut interest rates trumped weaker prices at this week's dairy auction.
The Government says the TPP deal will save wine producers $10 million a year in tariffs, in an export industry that's set to be worth $2 billion a year within four years.
The Kiwi was trading at 66.7 US cents by 7am, a rise of 2.4 percent from yesterday.
Kiwis wanting to save money on international flights should book more than seven months ahead, according to a travel search website.
The New Zealand dollar has gained against its Australian counterpart as data indicated a stronger labour market and after Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler talked down the chances of another interest rate cut.
A more than 10 percent drop in the GDT price for whole milk powder has banks now questioning their predictions of a milk price recovery.
US stocks have dropped after another steep fall in oil prices and a disappointing spending forecast from Exxon Mobil.
New Zealand's unemployment has unexpectedly dropped to 5.3 percent, a near seven-year low as more were employed and people also left the workforce.
The Reserve Bank Governor has defended his decision not to cut the official cash rate, despite headline inflation falling short of the bank's 1 to 3 percent target, at just 0.1 of a percent.
Vodafone and Spark are rubbing their internet customers up the wrong way by being difficult to contact, but people stick with them all the same as it's too hard to compare services, according to a survey by Consumer NZ.
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