New Zealand

Why the NZ Dollar Could Have a Very Bright Future

Why the NZ Dollar Could Have a Very Bright Future

In a world that certainly faces an uncertain economic future, it should be very reassuring for New Zealanders to discover that their currency, at least, is set to see increased usage over the coming years.

SkyCity reports “encouraging” business since reopening of three casinos following COVID-19 shutdown

SkyCity reports “encouraging” business since reopening of three casinos following COVID-19 shutdown

New Zealand-based casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has announced that its three local entertainment properties have been enjoying “encouraging” business since their reopening following lengthy corona virus pandemic-induced shutdown.

Air New Zealand announces layoff for 300 engineering and Maintenance jobs

Air New Zealand announces layoff for 300 engineering and Maintenance jobs

Air New Zealand has announced nearly 300 job cuts in engineering and maintenance segment. The airline had earlier said that it will take a long time for recovery and it will all depend on how much time tourists will take to return to different destinations covered by Air NZ.

Popular Bargains Website Bargain Spot Announces New Zealand Portal

Popular Bargains Website Bargain Spot Announces New Zealand Portal

Australian shopping discounts and bargain hunting website is bringing its services to customers in New Zealand. Launched in 2015, Bargain Spot has received amazing response in Australia and the company is ready to start its operations in New Zealand.

Firefighters dose fire in TeAtatu South suburb of Auckland

Firefighters dose fire in TeAtatu South suburb of Auckland

The fire service in Auckland said that firemen dosed a fire on McLeod Road in the suburb of TeAtatu South in Auckland.

Experts call for review of manslaughter law in New Zealand

Experts call for review of manslaughter law in New Zealand

Legal experts in New Zealand have urged the authorities to review the country's manslaughter law after widespread outrage over recent cases involving killers pleading guilty to manslaughter andnot murder. They said that the country's criminal prosecution system require reforms urgently.

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