Powerball wasn't struck, so will rise to $16 million on Wednesday.
"$2 or $3 an hour is a really big deal."
Duncan Garner says he "doesn't disagree".
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And we have an election year to thank.
It might come as a shock to some we even have a space industry.
The Reserve Bank's too optimistic about the economy's prospects says ASB's Nick Tuffley.
OCR to remain unchanged at 1 percent.
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Preparation is key when asking for more money.
While most mayoral candidates promise to slash spending, an economist is proposing they do the opposite.
Tens of billions of dollars are expected to be traded.
"We want to support our people to do their best work for our customers."
"I love lollies... we never imagined they'd lead to something so life-changing!"
Avanti Finance spoke with The AM Show about loans for small businesses and freelancers.
Some small regional towns have seen big increases.
Not surprisingly, employees were also happier.
Most workers blindly assume their employer will do the math correctly.
Head of Spark Sport Jeff Latch says he was pleased with how the RWC was delivered.
""I'm a bit surprised that so many don't realise that these banks are Australian-owned."
Cameron Bagrie says there's little reason growth should be below 2 percent.
Kiwi economist Cameron Bagrie says while oil is a "sunset industry", there will be a lot of interest in Aramco.
The company said users' health and wellness data would not be used for Google ads.
Tenants to benefit from healthier homes.
Kiwi lender matching borrowers with lenders set to expand into Australia.
Some policies require three or six-monthly inspections.
"We find three areas where there is room for improvement."
But Government and Auckland Council have announced a hardship fund.
The latest housing figures show a market struggling to get off its feet.
The band's Auckland concerts were canned when lead singer James Hetfield went into rehab.
"We made a beeline there."
Result down on last year's record due to a tougher 12 months.
It's levelling up and industry that can operate from anywhere, experts say.
The truth behind working from home and Mercedes incentives is not as glam as it sounds.
It's not just millennials wanting to see their money used responsibly.
Kiwi employers on the hunt for talent are not holding back.
Unforeseen costs can occur at any time, so it pays to be prepared.
There are concerns contractors are contributing significantly less than employees.
The draw wasn't aired on TV due to the SkyCity fire near TVNZ's studios.
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