In a news press release, a spokesperson name Todd McLeay, CEO on behalf of NZ Lotteries’ has stated that for the current fiscal year, NZ Lotteries Company has done wonderful job by increasing the sale’s rates. The total sales this year touched $782.3 million.
The concerned authority of NZ Lotteries associates has expressed deep pleasure and contentment over the rapid selling growth in the commercial arena.
The World Arthritis Day is soon approaching and Disability Issues Minister, Tariana Turia has been encouraging New Zealanders to support the day. She has urged Kiwis to support the day by better understanding the incurable disease and how it impacts the lifestyle of a person.
Thirty people who are either MPs or the staff members of the parliament would have the plaster casts of their busts on display in Wellington today. The exhibition of the plaster casts of the busts is taking place as part of raising awareness about breast cancer and also in support of the Breast Cancer Action month.
Khaw Boon Wan, health minister has urged the World Health Organization (WHO) to review the current criteria for declaring pandemics along with determining its pandemic levels.
The Japanese stock markets recently filed a fall in their levels based on the speculation that the yen will remain strong against the dollar. The speculation made several rounds after the U. S. Federal reserve eased the monetary policy.
The world's largest auto major, Toyota Motor Corporation, lost 1.3% on the market while its counterpart Honda Motor Company, the second largest automaker in Japan fell by 1.3%.
As soon as the stock market in New Zealand saw the trading session kicking off on Tuesday, the market was on a marginal high with names like Pike River Coal effectively adding to the gains that it was able to register in the Monday trade.
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