There's speculation among traders and other business people that the Reserve Bank will maintain the current rate.
Former business lobbyist and mayoral candidate, Alex Swney, pleaded guilty to not paying
Apple said today that it sold 74.5 million iPhones during October to November last year.
The Labour Leader tripped up when asked about his plan to cut NZ's unemployment figures.
When will New Zealand-grown apples be back on our shelves?
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