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Unions and some business groups warn economic activity may stall if interest rates keep rising. The Reserve Bank lifted the benchmark rate to 3 percent on Thursday - the second time in six weeks.
About 50 small infant formula companies in New Zealand could be barred from exporting to China under new rules.
The union for some Otago workers laid off from a major timber company says they have been treated like cattle.
The Government has established a new food safety council to give it independent advice on food safety and risks. The Green Party said the new council is not in fact independent.
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