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rianne Archibald (left), Andre Taylor and Nicola Patrick, organisers of the Thrive Whanganui social enterprise expo.

Thrive Whanganui expo ready to boost local business

Whanganui has its first social enterprise expo - Thrive Whanganui - this Wednesday and Thursday, February 21 and 22. And, if all goes well, a social enterprise hub to promote business with a conscience will be one of the outcomes. The...


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e Bright-Line test can encapsulate situations even where the disposal occurred due to circumstances outside the taxpayer's control. Photo / Jason Dorday

Scott Mason: Non-speculators caught in 5-year Bright-Line Test


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e Atlanta company reported a loss of US$2.75 billion in the fourth-quarter. Picture / AP

Massive tax bill takes fizz out of Coca-Cola result


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e extension of the previous government's bright-line test aims to dampen property speculation and make homes more affordable. Picture / Jason Dorday

Govt attack on property speculators tipped to hit ordinary Kiwis


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ckland man John Lokes, 94, was baffled after being told he'd need to get an 18+ card to open an account at ANZ Bank. Photo / Supplied

You might be 94, but you'll still need an 18+ card: ANZ Bank


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ss brawl aboard the Carnival Legend cruise ship. Photo / Still

Carnival Legend Cruise passengers reject compensation after 'holiday from hell'


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 farmers are enjoying strong lamb prices. Picture / NZME

NZ farmers enjoy high lamb prices to offset drought impact


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uth Africa's new President, Cyril Ramaphosa, centre, arrives at parliament in Cape Town, South Africa. Picture / AP

Markets roar approval to shake-up in South Africa


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tting on the track has not been a smooth ride for Jamaica's bobsled team. Picture / Getty Images

Drinks firm gets Jamaica on the ice at Olympics


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