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More than a third of Kiwis will use a credit card as the main way they will pay for Christmas this year.
The Reserve Bank will provide an update on the official cash rate on Wednesday
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Families are continuing to struggle and that may have taken the gloss off a day retailers were hoping would be a boomer.
"If they're all increasing productivity, we should see that be reflected in price competitiveness."
Co-owning a home with a friend is becoming more common in New Zealand.
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Expert believes a cut to interest rates could happen early next year.
Wastewater crews spend their days in sewage and have nowhere to store their food, the organisation says.
Data from Seek showed the number of job ads fell in October in all regions except Taranaki.
"Your actions have made it obvious that you are incapable of overseeing OpenAI," a letter to the board says.
Population growth in one of New Zealand's most idyllic regions is set to tip it into crisis point, Cameron Bagrie says.
"I didn't actually see the numbers lineup because I was too busy drinking my coffee."
New data has revealed the top and worst performing KiwiSaver funds.
While Santa is loosening his belt, many Kiwis are tightening theirs.
Creditors include companies from NZ Post to Sealord, Tegel, Warehouse Stationery, Foodstuffs and Woolworths, Fonterra and Coca-Cola.
After two years of lean returns, things are looking up.
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Pricespy has put together some tips ahead of this month's Black Friday.
"Cucumbers and tomatoes don't stay fresh if we have to pause our harvest to write a report for the Ministry for the Environment."
First-home buyers have been the most active group for the past 12 to 18 months.
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Despite unemployment and underutilisation rates rising, there are still plenty of well-paying jobs out there.
None of us are getting any younger - but readers may not be aware of how much older our population is becoming.
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"If you did not request contact from the specific firm, tread very carefully."
The latest grocery data showed an increase of 5.4 percent in October, but it's the slowest rise in 19 months.
Change is needed to better protect staff if businesses fail.
"Students searching for homes and policy changes in the pipeline could really shake up the rental market."
Sales like Singles' Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are edging closer.
Fonterra is hoping to satisfy both its corporate customers and its farmers.
It comes as BNZ's profits continue to rise despite the economy slowing.
"What you're getting from big businesses instead is this ongoing slowing."
First-home buyers are on a record-breaking streak, accounting for 27 percent of the market share.
The Lezzy Card did not prove to be popular.
Kiwis are tightening their budgets and it's having devasting consequences for hospitality.
After enduring lockdowns and staff shortages, a big customer downturn is now hitting our hospo scene.
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