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The $690 million retail centre and hospitality development has been unveiled today.
Retail giant accelerates changes in wake of COVID-19.
Clothing retailer announces phased opening of all stores starting tomorrow, May 14.
Huge impact of COVID-19 could spark a new wave of support for local businesses.
Union slams industry for “compromising safety for profit”.
Not all stores require close quarters, Retail NZ argues.
The group that owns the Burger King NZ franchise has been placed in receivership.
The retailer is standing down store staff, renegotiating rents, cancelling inventory and more.
Kiwis can only shop for essentials online in lockdown, leading many sites to reconfigure their offer.
Net profit after tax dipped 20 per cent to $29.9 million during the first half.
Retail trade association Retail NZ has welcomed the government’s $12.1 billion stimulus package, but says it doesn’t do enough to support big retail businesses. The package includes $5 billion in support for businesses, including wage and leave subsidies for …
Travel-wear business to reduce operating expenses and labour costs.