NZX New Zealand Housing Crisis - Heavy Traffic at Auckland Airport - Countdown e-Store in Penrose

  • Apr 16, 2020 NZST
  • Team Kalkine

NZX New Zealand Housing Crisis | Heavy Traffic at Auckland Airport | Countdown e-Store in Penrose.

Stuff staff earning more than $50,000 a year have been asked to take a voluntary 15 per cent pay cut for 12 weeks.

New Zealand's housing market has felt the impact of the country's level four lockdown, new Trade Me data shows. Head of Trade Me Property Nigel Jeffries said there was a dip in new listings after the lockdown restrictions were revealed.

Auckland Airport has reported a huge plunge in passenger numbers for March, reflecting the Covid-19 travel restrictions. Provisional figures show total passenger volumes plunged 42 per cent in March compared to a year earlier.

Countdown's first purpose-built, permanent e-Store in Auckland is opening on Thursday to meet the ever-increasing demand for online shopping delivery. The 8800-sqm e-Store in Penrose features all the regular supermarket elements, including a bakery, butchery and shelves stocked with packaged grocery items and fresh produce.

   
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