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"I do have to question just how better off families will be with an extra $10."
Lotto jackpot winner could earn $800,000 per year by doing nothing.
"If you'd had $20,000 in a conservative fund at the start of the year, that decision cost you $2500."
The $35 million wasn't won.
"It's a life-changing amount."
The cut-off time is 7:30pm - so get in quick.
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The first instalments will open in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
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Tourism activity and exports will likely drop.
It will be the second-largest prize ever won in New Zealand.
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The business has been ordered to pay over $250,000.
A V8 Commodore could be an investment "with a growth rate faster than property".
But it's little consolation to the hundreds who will lose their jobs.
"The market has proved slightly stronger than we anticipated."
January house price data shows steep growth in many regions.
Demand continues to outstrip supply as renters hit the pavement.
Cameron Bagrie supports income threshold for top tax rate to be raised.
The operations will wind down in 2021.
The Warehouse Group is marking its first year as a carboNZero business.
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The company claimed the employment relationship had become "untenable".
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"As long as the supply of mortgage debt outpaces the supply of homes, prices will continue to increase."
"My goal is to clear my credit card so I can afford to go to Algeria."
"There's a sense of powerlessness about it, because once it's out there you can't get it back - it can't be unreleased."
Logistical issues are making getting products into and around China difficult.
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"Unfortunately, malicious attacks of this nature are becoming more common both in New Zealand and globally."
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