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ANZ the latest to review bank branches in heartland New Zealand

  • News
  • September 14, 2016
  • Elly Strang
ANZ the latest to review bank branches in heartland New Zealand

Following Westpac's proposal to close 19 banks in mostly provincial areas, First Union says ANZ is considering closing five of its branches. The branches are located in Palmerston North, Milton, Ngaruawahia, Otorohanga and Te Aroha.

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Cash and culture: ANZ brings Maoridom to the streets for Matariki

  • News
  • July 3, 2015
  • Johan Chang
Cash and culture: ANZ brings Maoridom to the streets for Matariki

While the world is becoming increasingly cashless, there are rare occasions where dollar bills are required. And ANZ, which has already got a fair bit of publicity out of adding some character to a few of its high-profile money dispensers (think GAYTMs), has just launched its second Matariki-inspired design.

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Rural consumers experiencing relief

  • Opinion
  • June 8, 2015
  • Felix Delbruck
Rural consumers experiencing relief

Westpac senior economist Felix Delbruck looks at the economic reasons why consumers in rural New Zealand are feeling a lot more upbeat than they were late last year.

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ANZ goes its own way with planned mobile wallet upgrade, still talking with Semble

  • Technology
  • March 27, 2015
  • StopPress Team
ANZ goes its own way with planned mobile wallet upgrade, still talking with Semble

Approximately one million NFC-enabled smartphones are in use in New Zealand and as more and more humans become accustomed to paying via contactless terminals, those two technologies are edging ever closer.

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