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The claim is a lot lower than it was last year.
KiwiSaver hardship withdrawals are up 43 percent, first-home withdrawals are up 18 percent.
"People are bombarded with contact from debt collectors."
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Of 983 suburbs across the country, 771 had annual median value increases of $100,000 or more.
"These are not just numbers, they represent thousands of hard-working people."
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A union representative for staff at one of the country's biggest bakery companies has accused their employer of "slavery".
"Potentially you've had all of that time paying a premium, for nothing."
Under alert level 3 rules, dogs can get haircuts, but their owners are still waiting.
Next time you can't find the bread you want, it might not be because others are stocking up and panic buying.
The Reserve Bank said it was an "unavoidable consequence".
The Restaurant Association says 1000 businesses in the industry have been lost since the start of the pandemic.
Banks' profits have fallen from record highs on the back of higher costs and a dip in income from non-lending sources.
The Reserve Bank says its bold response to the economic shock of the pandemic was inspired by a bird that fittingly appears on our money.
A number of stocks are down.
He's questioned the Government's view that level 3 restrictions allow up to 90 percent of normal economic activity to continue.
One of the city's bar and restaurant owners says he's currently losing up to $20,000 a week
Guests have been trying to get their money back for trips they could no longer go on, only to discover their hosts had decided to keep the cash.
20 food items from discount retail chain Lidl cost £21.19 (NZ$41.36)
"We've got no cash flow coming in so at the end of the day, there's going to be a crunch time and it's going to be a hell of a mess."
Tony McGeorge says they contribute to concern for people coming into the city centre.
"We need to shift from defining arbitrarily what is essential, to focussing on what can be done safely," ACT leader David Seymour says.
Rents are 8 percent higher than they were this time last year, according to one of the country's biggest property sites.
Gross Domestic Product rose 2.8 percent in the June 2021 quarter.
"Businesses are very grateful to be back, but without a doubt it's not back to where it needs to be."
The price of grapes went up 32 percent in August, Statistics New Zealand confirms.
Small businesses say they are at breaking point and are pleading with the Government.
Some have rebounded quickly but others are reportedly racking up loans just to get by.
"Look, our profits are not excessive."
"This is our fifth lockdown in Auckland and for many businesses, it will be the last, because they won't reopen I don't think."
Members of the Cheaper Ways Facebook group say they've been paying more for milk, cheese and mince.
The average Auckland house now costs $1.2 million.