The cost of living is skyrocketing, and we’re all trying ways to stretch that dollar a bit further.
The measure has been subject to strong criticism from the National Party.
Coffins, handbags and pianos are among the multitude of things on offer.
"Inflation will start to come down in New Zealand ... but it won't be a quick drop back down," Grant Robertson said.
It comes after last quarter's slight fall and eases fears of a recession.
According to the latest Food Price Index, tomatoes have gone up more than any other grocery item - 162% over the past 13 years.
Stats NZ says it is the largest annual increase since July 2009, when annual food prices increased by 8.4%.
Supplier costs represent two-thirds of the price of groceries on the shelf in supermarkets.
Financial experts predict over 53,000 British businesses will go under over the next year.
Matthew Hooton says the Government is "entirely responsible" for the emergency housing crisis.
National's leader says Labour hasn't done enough to increase the number of homes amid the emergency housing crisis.
Most New Zealanders aspire to a better standard of living in retirement than can be supported by government superannuation alone.
Liz Truss reassures people that she will sort out cost of living as well as plan to get Britain's economy moving again.
Jacinda Ardern says the now-scrapped change was intended to level the playing field for KiwiSaver providers.
Bakers have seen the cost of butter, flour and meat increase significantly since March.
The deal means the big supermarket player will supply goods to Huckleberry.
Fewer people will be getting the payment than September’s first installment, however.
The labour market was expected to continue to fuel high wage expectations.
There are calls for the pension to be increased and for other help too.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it was their "duty to do what we can to support New Zealanders through" tough economic times.