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"How can people just manipulate the law and government policy like this?"
"This is a time when we all need to support each other."
Powerball has rolled over and will be worth a cool $10m on Wednesday.
Leading insurers say that if cover was in place before COVID-19, terms remain the same.
It's the latest New Zealand business impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
'Applications for wage subsidy will now receive acknowledgement via email'
E tū union members are in shock.
A staggering $6.25b of Government-backed loans are open for business.
Some of New Zealand's biggest magazines will no longer be published.
Just what are you entitled to?
There are fears the longer the lockdown goes on, Kiwis' mental health will deteriorate with it.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the publisher to shut up shop.
World markets have fallen as the coronavirus threat ensured an ugly start to the second quarter.
Retailers offer health, beauty and pet products, and audio sunglasses during lockdown.
Cameron Bagrie says COVID-19 will result in "tectonic changes" to our economy.
CEO Michael Anderson says it's doing everything it can to remain operational.
There was growth in all 16 major centres.
Kiwis stocked up on liquor, hardware, homeware and recreational goods.
One woman says it took six days of calling to secure $200.
Kiwibank and ANZ are among the banks providing options to help with mortgages.
People can now buy whiteware, heaters, blankets and devices during the lockdown through online or phone orders that will be delivered in a contactless way.
Air New Zealand says COVID-19 has slashed its revenue by more than $5 billion.
Anyone who suspects their local supermarket is unfairly hiking up prices can dob them in by email.
Banks will have another channel to fund corporate clients.
"One of the businesses received the money within hours."
The next generation are going to end up paying for this rainy day, says Cameron Bagrie.
"Some stores might not have got the position around paying their staff right."
They'll be removed from diagnostic reagents, testing kits and soap first.
A computer will draw the winning numbers.
Companies are having to experiment with working remotely amid the COVID-19 lockdown.
Property settlements aren't going ahead under level 4 lockdown.
Even if consumers wanted to spend, their ability is severely curtailed."
A recent highly influential report predicted restrictions could last years, rather than weeks.
"I don't know if I'm open or closed or closed or open."
MBIE is yet to make a ruling on whether it's allowed.
The loan will be bigger when the holiday ends.
"[It was] our strong belief... that Red Sheds met the criteria of an essential service".
Newshub has had multiple reports of price spikes in various supermarkets and dairies across the country.
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"This is not a time to be thinking about profiteering."