Business - Radio New Zealand Morocco's charm offensive to protect phosphate sale to NZ 2018-04-20T17:39:19.000000000+12:00 The Moroccan authorities have mounted a charm offensive in New Zealand to protect their vital phosphate trade with this country. 'There's Kiwis out there who could be doing these jobs' 2018-04-20T11:45:58.000000000+12:00 A hundred workers have been brought in from the Philippines to work on Wellington's huge Transmission Gully roading project, infuriating unions who insist there are locals who can do the job. Quarter of NZers have no cash savings - survey 2018-04-20T07:56:09.000000000+12:00 Most New Zealanders are confident about their ability to manage money, even though a quarter have no cash savings. Inflation pressures remain benign, rates on hold 2018-04-19T19:53:49.000000000+12:00 Inflation has slowed and shows few signs of ramping up anytime soon, which should ensure interest rates will stay on hold well into next year. Toyota takes "most reputable" crown ahead of Air NZ 2018-04-19T19:53:49.000000000+12:00 The car manufacturer Toyota has overthrown Air New Zealand in being ranked the country's most reputable and trusted corporation. Elon Musk: Just walk out of bad meetings 2018-04-19T12:28:42.000000000+12:00 Elon Musk wants staff to cut short unproductive phone calls and meetings as he aims to boost production of the Tesla Model 3 over the next few months. House prices crash not likely - new Reserve Bank head 2018-04-19T12:17:28.000000000+12:00 The chances of a crash in house prices are not high, but some controls on lending are needed, according to the Reserve Bank's new Governor. Air NZ delays could cause 'significant disruption' 2018-04-19T08:22:20.000000000+12:00 Air New Zealand's flight cancellations and delays affecting thousands of passengers will cause a ripple effect, travel agents and commentators say. Fonterra to pay suppliers sooner 2018-04-19T06:38:32.000000000+12:00 The government has welcomed Fonterra's change of policy on paying its small and medium suppliers. Name of local lager criticised: 'You wouldn't call a beer 'Hitler'' 2018-04-18T21:19:15.000000000+12:00 The name of a beer from a Waiheke brewing company has come under fire for its links to a prominent Ngāpuhi chief.