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Paraglider in critical condition after crashing 150m down a cliff face near Wanaka
Emergency services were called after a paraglider crashed at Treble Cone. 
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Gore's council opens moonshine distillery in revamped museum
Moonshine used to be brewed in the Hokonui Hills near Gore. Now it's being produced in the town's revamped museum. 
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Sharemarket rebounds as investor mood calms over Omicron, interest rates
Investors were calmed by US President Joe Biden’s comments that he wasn't considering a widespread lockdown, and that while the new Omicron coronavirus variant was a cause for concern, it was “not a cause for panic”. 
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Wellington startup Foundry Lab raises $11m to help make metal casting easy
The digital metal casting system enables it work at speeds 3D printing can only dream of, says Foundry Lab chief executive David Moodie. 
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Supermarket giant Foodstuffs partners with Uber Eats to start delivering groceries
The country's largest grocery retailer Foodstuffs has partnered with Uber Eats for a trial run at delivering groceries to its customers.Foodstuffs North Island chief executive Chris Quin said the concept will be trialed at 22 selected... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 4:22pm 

Former Air NZ CEO Christopher Luxon showed 'enormous' intellectual capability but rarely met with 'ordinary workers'
What can we learn about Christopher Luxon from his high powered career in the private sector? 
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Plan to save cash: Should we force banks and shops to accept and provide cash?
Laws could change to force banks and shops to accept and provide cash, central bank says. 
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Countdown shelves left bare due to distribution workers strike
Countdown shelves have been left bare off the back of strike action earlier this week. Images taken at Countdown locations in Auckland show shelves with only a few remaining items. This comes off the back of a three-day strike... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 2:21pm 

Scott Technology signs $18.9m deal for world first automated beef-boning system
An increased drive in automation has resulted in Dunedin's Scott Technology signing an $A18 million ($NZ18.9 million) deal to design, build and commission an automated beef-boning system - the first of its kind.The NZX-listed company... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 1:02pm 

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'Millionaire's paradise': Wellington home valuations jump 60.4 per cent
Home values in every suburb throughout Wellington City now exceed $1 million, according to new council rating valuations. 
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Vodafone mobile calling issues resolved
Some people making phone calls on Tuesday night may have experienced problems with calls dropping off, but Vodafone says the issue's been fixed. 
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D-Day: The big KiwiSaver default fund shift starts on Wednesday
The KiwiSaver default fund shift will result in $2.4 billion, the savings of 234,000 people, shift into new hands over the next few weeks. 
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New World and Four Square trial Uber Eats grocery deliveries
New World and Four Square supermarkets are part of a trial that allows groceries to be delivered in less than an hour. 
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BNZ and other lenders are waiving debts incurred in abusive relationships
BNZ and other lenders are sometimes 'waiving' the debts of survivors of coerced debt. 
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Covid-19 delta outbreak: McDonald's requires vaccine passport to dine in
Those who are not vaccinated will be denied entry into McDonald's after the fast-food franchise announced diners would need a vaccine passport in enter its stores.Customers will need to present a vaccine pass to eat in its stores,... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 3:01pm 

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Bobux shoes: Kiwi brand celebrates 30th birthday as founder offers help to Covid-affected start-ups
The founder of a well-known baby shoe brand that just turned 30 is helping other small businesses get a foot up in the Covid world.Chris Bennett started making the soft leather shoes that kick-started the Bobux brand in the garage... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 1:42pm 

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