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Bunnings closes seven stores in New Zealand

The Australian home improvement chain Bunnings is to close seven stores in New Zealand, according to various media sources in the country. It is reported that a warehouse, two trade centres and four smaller stores will close at the end of June with the loss of 145 jobs. The closures have been prompted by the tough trading conditions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Three smaller Bunnings outlets had already closed in December 2019.

|22 May 2020 | 13:19


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