More than �40 billion has been added to the value of Britain's biggest companies after the financial markets staged a fightback following punishing falls in the wake of the Brexit vote.
New Zealand is better placed than most countries to weather any worsening in post-Brexit global turmoil due to its positive growth outlook and ability to cut interest rates, Finance Minister Bill English said.
Just three months ago, a ticket-fighting bot was launched in New York City to help drivers challenge parking fines - and it's already been used more than 9,000 times.
SYDNEY/WELLINGTON, June 29 Australian and New Zealand shares rallied on Wednesday, as global markets found their footing after the Brexit shock, with the Australian market gaining 0.68 percent and NZ stocks adding 1.09 percent.
The whack from the upsets in financial markets for L&G was only �200m. Photograph: Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters. Tuesday 28 June 2016 15.17 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 28 June 2016 19.21 EDT.