Day: April 6, 2020

Covid 19 coronavirus: Pak’nSave, New World supermarkets trial queue in your car system

tanding for ages in a queue to get into a supermarket could be a thing of the past if a Foodstuffs trial goes to plan. The company, which owns New World, Pak’n Save, Four Square and Raeward Fresh supermarkets, is trialling a virtual check-in for shoppers where they text the supermarket they want to shop in, and get alerted when it’s their turn. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12322729

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Covid 19 coronavirus: NZ has 67 new Covid-19 cases but ‘levelling off’; total now 1106

New Zealand has 67 new cases of Covid-19 – bringing the total number of cases in the country to 1106 – but there has been a “levelling off”. Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield gave today’s update on how the lockdown is affecting the spread of Covid-19 in New Zealand. There were 39 new confirmed cases and 28 probables announced today. There are 13 people in hospital including three in ICU, one of whom is

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Tax-related guidance for employers about the wage subsidies with New Zealand’s leading accounting experts Tutbury & Associates Limited.

In these unparalleled times, New Zealand businesses are facing unprecedented pressures. New Zealand’s premier accounting professionals Tutbury & Associates Limited have expert advice and professional services for getting your business through these tough times. Inland Revenue has released some tax-related guidance for employers about the wage subsidies. “It is imperative that all employers pass on the wage subsidies to workers and process them as part of the employee’s normal wages,” advises Kelly Tutbury, Accountant and

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Coronavirus: Hope for Spain as daily death toll falls for third consecutive day

Spain saw a decline in the number of new deaths from the coronavirus for the third consecutive day, raising hopes that the worst of the country’s outbreak may be over. The Health Ministry reported 674 fatalities in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 12,418. The number of confirmed cases rose to 130,759, from 124,736 a day earlier. The latest daily death toll is now lower than in the UK, which reported 708 fatalities

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