The Reserve Bank wants to ensure the cash system continues to be fit for purpose.
The election of a potentially single-party Government provides an opportunity to do more, says Cameron Bagrie.
Thousands more people are out of work as financial support offered to businesses starts to run out.
The second dip is expected to hit early next year.
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"The New Zealand economy remains vulnerable."
Most of the complaints have been resolved, without any prosecutions being made.
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Countries particularly at risk of a corresponding economic collapse have a "heavy dependence on agricultural sectors".
The comments actually back up New Zealand's strategy, rather than contradict it, one expert said.
The record-low interest rates hope to drive house prices up.
A three-bedroom home in Auckland's Sunnynook sold for $2.33m last week - more than double its capital value.
"To save these jobs, we need to help each other - come out and spend money."
Robertson and Goldsmith went head-to-head on the economy on Newshub Nation on Saturday morning.
"We acknowledge that asset prices will rise, and house prices are the key one."
Auckland's Sylvia Park is about to get an extension - right in the middle of the deepest recession the country's ever faced.
The new poor are more likely to be urban, better educated and less likely to work in agriculture.
Up to 100 science jobs at Massey University could be slashed in efforts to cut costs.
James Shaw believes the plan will "further entrench poverty across our communities".
The state is also putting the legalisation of cannabis to its voters in the upcoming election.
Rodney Jones says the approach to the Auckland cluster has been too conservative.
ANZ's latest Commodity Price Index report shows just a 6.4 percent drop in prices for our exports overall.
According to the Treasury May budget forecast, core Crown debt is estimated to reach $200 billion by 2024.
"Yes, we happen to be in the middle of a campaign - but that will not stop me from making decisions."
More people at home means more customers to frequent local shops.
Glen Innes-based Marsic Brothers sells fresh fillets, fish guts - and everything in between.
AAP FactCheck found the New Zealand economy has not lost $21 billion from tourism and international students.
Jacinda Ardern said it was "ridiculous" to suggest Labour's economic credibility has gone up in smoke over a typo.
"In the climate we're in now, that's really going to put the cat among the pigeons for those businesses. "
An economist has a theory on why house prices have continued going up.