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Key agencies in Covid-19 response disconnected
Where do over-65s live?
PM must find secure platform for Cabinet discussions
New Zealanders still in dark on state of economy
A glance at NZ trade after coronavirus outbreak – 1 April update
Clear purpose needed in response to Covid-19
New tool compares regional economies
2019 regional GDP figures show Gisborne tops increases
Home building plans near 38,000 a year
Minimum wage increase must be deferred
Fairness and common sense needed around safe essential services
How our scheduled releases will be managed during COVID-19
National taking constructive approach to Select Committee
Truck drivers need support from Govt
Government needs to reverse community newspaper ban quickly
Wage subsidy changes deeply unfair
Fair access and affordability of food a priority
Non-profit institutions spend more on paying employees
Government should rethink rules for butchers and greengrocers
High quality products key for most exporters
Cost and lack of management resources top barriers to innovation
About 250,000 visitors in New Zealand
A glance at NZ trade after coronavirus outbreak – 25 March update
Exports rise as dairy gains while logs and fish fall
National welcomes bank lending guarantees
COVID-19 update: Surveys by email and phone continue, although face-to-face survey interviews have stopped
Increased measures supported by National
National puts campaign on hold
Lift cap to save more jobs
Broad testing criteria vital to containing spread
About 100,000 New Zealand residents travelling overseas
Government should close border
Assurances about education decisions
Services drive GDP growth
Clarity needed on wage subsidy scheme
Lincoln Platt selected to contest Christchurch East
A glance at NZ trade with China after coronavirus outbreak – 18 March update
Current account deficit narrows to $1.9 billion
David Patterson National’s new candidate in Rongotai
Economic package should go harder and faster
Liam Kernaghan National’s new candidate in Dunedin South
Chinese New Year boosts January visitor arrivals
Economic response needs to be swift and significant
Government lacks ambition to make NZ predator free
Inquiry into Auckland’s polluted beaches
Coronavirus tests should be available to more Kiwis
Light rail goes from ‘let’s do this’ to ‘work in progress’
Snack food prices up in February