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Tattoo festival in its 10th year, now the biggest in Australasia

The New Zealand Tattoo and Art Festival is on this weekend. Daniel ‘Stretch’ Stretton of New Plymouth at the last…

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Government launches new housing affordability tool

The new Change in Housing Affordability Indicator shows trends in rent, deposit, and mortgage payments, compared to median incomes. Photos:…

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Foodstuffs trialling an expansion of facial recognition technology to further stores

Consumer NZ discovered 29 North Island Foodstuffs supermarkets were using facial recognition technology (FRT) to scan shoppers’ faces (file image).…

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Recession: What you need to know

New Zealand is facing a recession as the Reserve Bank fights to get inflation under control. Photos: 123RF Explainer –…

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OCR hike: Not fair, necessary or likely to stop rising prices, macroeconomics expert says

Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr has conceded that the bank is deliberately trying to engineer a recession to bring down…

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Historic deal on climate costs agreed at COP27 summit

The COP27 is being held in Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt. Photos: AFP The countries at the COP27 climate summit have…

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Nancy Pelosi stands down as leader of US House Democrats

Nancy Pelosi said she would not be seeking re-election as leader of the US House Democrats. Photos: AFP Nancy Pelosi,…

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Lake Onslow not ideal for battery lake, cost ‘vastly understated’ – Contact Energy

Lake Onslow. Photos: Shellie Evans 2014/Wikipedia Contact Energy has warned the government against the development of the large-scale Lake Onslow…

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COP27: New Zealand blasted for ‘obstructing’ fund for climate damage

Climate activists from the Asian People’s Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD) protest at the Sharm el-Sheikh International Convention Centre,…

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Household power bills driven up by retailers paying excessive dividends – union

The report also noted that the government had been a major beneficiary of the practice given its shareholding. Photo: AFP…

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