Business - Radio New Zealand Major banks to ditch 'unfair' ATM fee 2018-02-20T13:30:50.000000000+13:00 The five major banks are scrapping the fee charged when withdrawals are made from another bank's ATM. Property sector takes price, confidence hit 2018-02-20T12:29:31.000000000+13:00 The property market slowdown has taken its toll on confidence in the sector and the outlook for prices. Chicken chaos as KFC closes outlets in UK 2018-02-20T08:55:24.000000000+13:00 KFC has closed more than half of its 900 UK outlets after delivery problems meant they ran out of chicken. Is the global economy facing a financial armageddon? 2018-02-19T20:21:44.000000000+13:00 Are you prepared for the "economic armageddon"? An Australian economist is warning that recent turmoil on global stock markets is a sign of things to come. Businessman fined $37k for false statements about cladding 2018-02-17T07:37:17.000000000+13:00 An Auckland man has been fined $37,500 for claiming generic, Chinese-made cladding was a premium product made in Australia. Don't answer: Vodafone customers warned about scam 2018-02-17T07:16:52.000000000+13:00 The telecommunications company is warning customers not to answer calls from unknown overseas numbers. Foreign workers to explore jobs in NZ 2018-02-17T06:50:14.000000000+13:00 Over 50 construction workers and engineers will be arriving in New Zealand this weekend from the United Kingdom and South Africa to explore job opportunities. Manufacturing activity picks up 2018-02-16T16:52:28.000000000+13:00 Activity in the manufacturing sector perked up at the start of the year, a bank survey shows. TVNZ considers licensing footage to American company 2018-02-16T07:08:12.000000000+13:00 Cash-strapped Television New Zealand is in talks with Getty Images to begin licensing its footage. January house sales highest in 19 months 2018-02-15T16:13:11.000000000+13:00 The number of properties sold during January rose 2.7 percent compared to the same time last year.