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    The biggest investment pledges received by the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government in Rajasthan under the ‘Invest Rajasthan’ outreach programme include commitments by the Gautam Adani-led Adani Group and the Mukesh Ambani-chaired Reliance Industries Ltd, according to information obtained by The Indian Express under the Right to Information (RTI) Act. Data furnished by the state’s Bureau ...
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    State housing provider Kāinga Ora will soon apply for resource consent to build more than 60 homes on a 10,000-square-metre site in central Palmerston North. Kāinga Ora homes that are under construction in Hastings. Photo: RNZ / Tom Kitchin It paid $6.36 million for the Church Street site, between Albert Street and Victoria Avenue. “We ...
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    House prices have fallen to levels last seen in November, as rising interest rates and tighter lending rules tips the market in favour of cashed-up buyers. Photo: Quotable Value’s House Price Index show average values fell 2.2 percent in the three months ended May to $1.03 million, compared with a similar fall in the April ...
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    The government has signed a partnership with Ngāti Kahungunu to help deliver 131 homes by investing more than $45.3 million. Photo: RNZ / Nate McKinnon The agreement signed in Wellington Thursday follows the partnership between Toitū Tairāwhiti in May and Taranaki’s Ka Uruora in April this year as part of the National Māori Housing strategy ...
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    As global airlines go through a post-pandemic recovery phase, the growth in uptake of premium cabins has been witnessed by carriers across the board. Notably, however, a good part of this growth has come from non-corporate travellers. Singapore Airlines (SIA), which is also reporting this growth, has adjusted its fare products to tap into this ...
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    Napier City Council has decided to keep its community housing portfolio, after protests outside its offices for days. Napier council flat resident Colleen Fryer protesting outside a council meeting on Wednesday. Photo: RNZ / Tom Kitchin Many feared the council was going to sell its 377 homes for the disabled, elderly and low income earners, ...