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Reserve Bank says housing investment no longer one-way bet for Kiwis
The tide may have turned against housing being a one-way bet for a generation of New Zealanders, the Reserve Bank says. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:53pm 

Palace review of how Meghan bullying claims were handled stays private
An investigation into the handling of claims against the Duchess of Sussex will remain confidential. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:44pm 

Tonga resumes import tariffs as pandemic subsidies come to an end
Tariffs on all imports into Tonga are being resumed today after more than two years of duty free subsidies. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:44pm 

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General Capital Releases 2022 Annual Report
The Chairman of the Board of Directors, Mr. Rewi Bugo said, “We are very pleased to present our Annual Report to our shareholders and to NZX today. It has been a very positive year for General Capital with very strong growth in all aspects 
© 2022 4:18pm 

Wellington's new electric airport express bus launches tomorrow
The capital city of New Zealand finally has a public transport connection to the airport again. Wellington's new fully electric airport bus service will launch tomorrow after NZ Bus pulled the pin on the Airport Flyer in late 2020.... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 4:17pm 

Deadline to identify potential earthquake-prone buildings looms for councils
Councils in areas with a high seismic risk have until tomorrow to identify all non-priority potentially earthquake-prone buildings. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:08pm 

Kiwi laundry company Re.Stor fights back after Consumer NZ labels them dud suds
The Kiwi owners of a laundry detergent brand labelled "worse than water" in recent Consumer NZ tests are disputing the results and could take legal action. Grant Taylor and Renee Lee's Re.Stor laundry sheets performed "terribly"... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 4:02pm 

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Post-traumatic stress disorder rife among police, survey shows
Data shows the rate of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among New Zealand Police is sky-high, with a survey showing almost half of respondents had signs of the disorder.A study by Arizona State University focused on more than... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 3:54pm 

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Man hospitalised with Covid-19 after arriving in Niue on quarantine-free flight
Niue's Director of Health has confirmed a man with pre-existing health conditions has been hospitalised with Covid-19 after arriving on a quarantine-free flight from New Zealand. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:53pm 

Power fully restored in Niue after six day power outage
Today is the first day that Niue has had full electricity since a widespread power outage cut began six days ago. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:44pm 

'Professional stay-at-home daughter': Jobless 26-year-old's lavish lifestyle sponging off parents
A professional "stay-at-home daughter" has revealed the jaw-dropping amount of her parents' money she spends living as a kept child – including dropping over A$73,000 ($81,000) in one day at a department store.Roma Abdesselam has... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 4:42pm 

Police Minister Chris Hipkins says ram raids spurred by 'made for Tik Tok' moments and notoriety
Police Minister Chris Hipkins says "the desire for made-for-TikTok videos" and the quest for notoriety in the media was playing a major part in the rash of ram raids by young people. Hipkins made the comment at a select committee... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 4:17pm 

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Philippines to swear in new leader as Duterte leaves
Ferdinand Marcos Jr will be sworn in as the Philippines' next president on Thursday, succeeding the outgoing leader Rodrigo Duterte. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:08pm 

MRSA superbug found in pigs increasing jumping to humans, study finds
Researchers in the UK say a highly antibiotic-resistant strain of MRSA found in pigs can rapidly adapt to human hosts and that it poses an increasing threat to public health. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 4:08pm 

All Blacks v Ireland: Four Kiwis named in Andy Farrell's side to face All Blacks at Eden Park
Four Kiwis have been named in the Ireland side to face the All Blacks at Eden Park on Saturday.No 10 Johnny Sexton captains the team and is partnered at halfback by New Zealand-born Jamison Gibson-Park. Winger James Lowe is the... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 4:02pm 

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