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The country's biggest glass manufacturer, Metro Performance Glass, has made a slightly lower profit after one-off costs and a tax adjustment offset higher revenue. Audio
Analysis - Despite presenting a set of government books that would make other countries envious, Steven Joyce's first Budget will be a balancing act, Patrick O'Meara writes.
The country's biggest glass manufacturer, Metro Performance Glass, has made a slightly lower profit after one-off costs and a tax adjustment offset higher revenue.
Improved sales of higher priced fresh fish have helped to lift the first half profit of the country's biggest listed fishing company Sanford.
Kathryn Ryan interviews Michele Connell, one of the founders of Off The Beaten Track, a new website which is hoping to offer an Air BnB-like service to private landowners who are happy to host… Audio
Wellington's global job seeker campaign, LookSee, attracted international headlines and applications from an incredible 48,000 prospective employees the tech sector. Just under 100 were chosen. They… Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
Power Play - The National Party is preparing to march straight into traditional Labour territory with Thursday's Budget, RNZ's Jane Patterson writes.
Fadwa Hodali is talking U.S President Trump's vist to Palestine and the Palestinian prisoner's hunger strike in the Israeli jail. Audio
Opinion - Budgets are not "lolly scrambles", especially when NZ households continue to struggle with a high debt burden, writes Rob Hosking.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
A pay-out of $6.15/kg of milk solids this season will give farmers an extra $3.5bn compared to last season, says Fonterra.
Owners of a big Auckland residential complex, the Mountain View Apartments at 68 Mountain Rd at the foot of Mt Wellington, have a lot of issues with their building. Audio
Insurance company Tower has reported a smaller half year loss as it managed to cut costs but was hit by hefty claims from a string of natural disasters.
New Zealand has posted its largest monthly trade surplus in more than two years as exports and imports hit new highs for April.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Angus Marks at FNZC. Audio
The aged care company, Arvida, has seen its annual profit more than double on big gains in revenue and property values. Audio
The listed drug maker, AFT Pharmaceuticals, has reported a bigger full year loss, but expects to return to profitability within the next couple of years. Audio
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