Mortgage News May 28, 2018
The Half Year Economic Update

The New Zealand government has released its Half Yearly Economic and Fiscal Update (HYEFU), including an improved set of budget surplus forecasts and plans to increase the capital spending allowance. Unveiled by Bill English on the eve of becoming New Zealand's latest Prime Minister, the former Finance Minister painted a positive picture of the country's economic situation amidst a wider scene of global turmoil and uncertainty.


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Changes to the Residential Tenancies Act

Changes to the Residential Tenancies Act are now in force across New Zealand, with a number of new obligations for landlords and tenants. The new provisions originated from a 2015 Ministry of Business, Industry & Employment regulatory impact statement that was initially designed to reduce fire-related injuries and deaths. Along with new rules for smoke alarms and insulation, the tenancy abandonment process has also been updated along with new rules for non-compliance.


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Improving your Immune System

Looking after your immune system is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Made from a variety of physical structures and chemical processes, the immune system is a biological defence mechanism capable of protecting the body against a range of harmful pathogens. While direct links between lifestyle and enhanced immune function are hard to quantify scientifically, immune-boosting foods, regular exercise, and reduced stress levels do help the immune system to function in harmony with the rest of the body.


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Domestic Tech this Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, it's a great time to snap up some of those tech products you've been lusting after all year. From retro gaming systems and smart watches through to home speakers and portable computing, 2016 has been a great year for technology. Let's take a look at five of the most enticing products available in the lead-up to Christmas, all of which are truly capable of bringing something new into your life.


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Future of High Speed Rail

High-speed rail continues to evolve across the world, with new developments in China and America adding to existing networks in Europe and East Asia. Originally introduced in Japan as the 'bullet train' in the 1960s, high-speed rail systems offer significant advantages over air travel and traditional rail infrastructure. While fast rail technology still seems a long way off in Australia and New Zealand, the Hyperloop One system and other new developments may see this dream become a reality sooner rather than later.


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> In This Issue...
1. The Half Year Economic Update
2. Changes to the Residential Tenancies Act
3. Improving your Immune System
4. Domestic Tech this Christmas
5. Future of High Speed Rail

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