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People are planning their holidays with much shorter lead times.
Nearly 1000 businesses have made use of the Covid-19 funding to access expert advice.
The self-taught barber has returned home to set up his own business.
The current property market is tough for buyers but it helps to be prepared, experts say.
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Filling a need in the market and Kiwis buying local is helping these businesses thrive.
A husband and wife bought long-standing business Tyre Works in 2018.
Survey: A net 8 per cent of households expected the Bay's economy to improve over the year
Rotorua is expected to feel the impact of zero cruise ships arriving this summer.
The 90-odd staff moved in to the new $40m facility on September 12, 2020
"If people like a variety in their work, hotels is a great career path."
COMMENT: Mark Lister on why commercial property is an important investment class.
Kiwis' umbrage at US's OECD hopeful ignores serious skill set.
KiwiSaver members who have waited months for IRD to transfer money want compensation.
Colin Neal says he is motivated by a desire to help save jobs.
"It's more convenient if the costs can be evenly shared with lenders, banks and retailers"
Ray Singh and his business partners have a passion for food and a vision for Eat Streat.
A bach sells for $3.6m, The Bay ranks 6th in economic performance and Refund Club created.
The Westpac Rotorua Business Awards is on October 31.
COMMENT: Mark Lister talks about GDP and Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal Update.
Retirement villages in Rotorua are expanding to meet demand.
COMMENT: Mark Lister answers the one question about our post-Covid-19 financial future.
Demand is outstripping supply for kiwifruit orchards.
A new People and Culture Award has been created to celebrate business efforts in the Bay.
The funding was announced today by Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones.