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April 2014 Media release Horizon Research Majority think National will lead after election but would prefer Labour 66.5% of New Zealand voters think National will lead a coalition government if one is needed after the September 20 general election.
seeks to shift blame for rising mortgage costs as forecasted return to surplus changes the game Cartoon / Guy Body If voters swallow John Key's line that a vote for Labour is a vote for higher interest rates, they will swallow anything the Prime
Panasonic to pay China workers pollution compensation China's pollution levels have led many expat workers to leave the country Japanese electronics firm Panasonic has said it will pay its employees working in China a premium to compensate them for
Safeway Inc. agreed Thursday to be acquired by Cerberus Capital Management, a private equity company that already owns the Albertsons chain of grocery stores. When combined, the new company will own
Photo / Getty Images The New Zealand politician who made headlines around the world with his "big gay rainbow'' speech has continued to woo crowds at a Pride debate in Auckland tonight. National MP Maurice Williamson, whose speech on the Marriage
CVS pharmacies plan to stop selling tobacco products by Oct. 1, the company announced Wednesday. If the chain's 7,600 stores succeed in quitting the habit, it would make CVS Caremark Corp.
The forex marketplace is a billion dollar business. It is estimated that much more than $2 billion becoming circulated each working day in this marketplace and the figures keep growing every working day.Although increased social
So-called generic home appliances are growing increasingly popular with consumers who place priority on low prices and practicality over multiple functions and brand recognition. In the industry, generic home appliances are no-brand products or ones
Election expected in Q4 2014, most probably in November Growing economy expected, but with rising interest rates Only National, Labour and Greens to reach 5% threshold Maori, Conservative, Mana and UnitedFuture parties to win
Scotland's largest teaching union has claimed teachers need more support with the new qualifications fourth-year students are studying for. The National 4 and 5 qualifications are replacing Standard Grades this year. A survey of EIS members suggested