New Zealand's Department of Internal Affairs has advised that there is no need for anyone to replace their passports.
Legal firms say people caught up in the significant cyber attack could be eligible for compensation.
Property research firm CoreLogic said many households will need to budget for the additional costs.
Public transport incentives became exempt from the fringe benefit tax recently, with e-bikes, scooters and other low-emission forms of transport set to follow.
Minister for Social Development Carmel Sepuloni said the government hasn't fostered a culture of dependency, but has ensured Kiwis on welfare are supported.
Of the respondents, 16% said they planned to give up full time work in their 70s, 2% expect to work into their 80s and 3% said they would never retire.
Central bank chief economist Paul Conway said work was underway on the RBNZ's next rate review on April 6.
Cyber-criminals are becoming more sophisticated, an expert has warned.
Two of the US' three biggest bank failures in history happened earlier this month.
Foodprint was launched in 2019 and now has 350 eateries across the country on the mobile app.
"Credit Suisse is not just a Swiss problem but a global one," one economist has remarked.
Broadly speaking, the country is living well beyond its means, which is filled by borrowing.
Two large banks that cater to the tech industry have collapsed after a bank run, government agencies are taking emergency measures to backstop the system.
The organisation's chief executive Kevin Lamb says the Government needs to target those most vulnerable.
Police approached Fair Go in a bid to get the message out about the scam, which has changed the lives of two people for the worse.
As major banks post record profits, Claire Matthews argues it could lead to unintended consequences.
The Commerce Commission's new fuel monitoring report is out.
"It will make such a difference to my life. It gives me the financial freedom to pay off my mortgage."
David Seymour said the party's scepticism on climate science is in the past.
Some banks are advertising one mortgage rate to the public and offering a lower rate through mortgage brokers.