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One Stratford player pocketed pocketed a cool $400,000 in Saturday night's draw.
If a single player wins it will be the second-largest Powerball prize ever.
"I think the person who wins it should do nothing, tell no one and think."
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Predictions house prices would fall 15 to 20 percent have so far proven unfounded, Kiwibank said on Friday.
Wellington has already lost 35 of its 75 pokie venues since 2004.
"You can have job growth but if you don't address the inequity underneath it."
CEO Chris Curtin said they wanted to give back to customers.
Renters United believes landlords will put up rent with or without law changes.
The first division prize was also split six ways.
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He says there are people that "want to build golf courses and invest in tourism assets".
The odds of winning the jackpot are one in 38.3 million.
It could be the second-biggest win in the history of Lotto.
The official unemployment rate fell by 0.2 percentage points, but other key workforce measures rose.
Michael Barnett joined The AM Show to discuss.
The Statistics New Zealand household labour force survey shows unemployment has gone down a notch.
A Consumer NZ survey has found certain grocery items are always 'on special'.
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Economists weigh in on rising unemployment figures ahead of household labour force survey results.
New vehicle registrations in July were up by 3.1 percent on the same month a year earlier.
We're doing better than many countries - but our fuel is still way less affordable than others.
Property sales data shows it's possible to buy a home for under $500,000.
The AM Show sports reader fears for the future of accommodation providers in NZ.
An ANZ confidence survey shows people intend to reign in spending
New figures show despite whatever "anti-landlord" moves the Government is making, landlords are still making bank.
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Two-bedroom and three-bedroom townhouses saw people queueing to view.
The six-month holiday on mortgage repayments ends next month.
Nobody won the monster Lotto jackpot on Saturday night.
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It says the scheme needs to be suspended while thousands of unemployed Kiwis look for new work.
Lotto urges Kiwis to get in quick before the rush.
In good times, domestic tourism is worth $24 billion - with a third funnelled into Auckland.
Victims say he stole and squandered their savings and investments on a luxury lifestyle.
It is aimed at helping soften COVID-19's economic blow.
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They're sitting on rising wealth fuelled by the "warehousing" of cash in dedicated family foundations or funds.
National's BusinessStart policy would support Kiwis losing jobs to start afresh.
Research shows 5G could be worth as much as $8.9 billion a year to the New Zealand economy.