DepositRates.co.nz publishes a number of RSS feeds, available in the RSS 2.0 format.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. RSS is an xml-based format which allows web publishers to create and disseminate feeds of data, based on the content of their website.
RSS feeds contain article headlines, links and descriptions. The feeds are updated as the website is updated.
Readers can view the content of the RSS feeds using specialist news readers which allow people to view feeds from multiple sources.
Using an RSS Feed
RSS feeds can be viewed using specialist news readers. A list of available news readers, compatible with RSS 2.0, can be found here.
It is also possible to incorporate RSS feeds into your own website or weblog. It is a condition of incorporating RSS feeds on your website that you agree to comply with the Terms and Conditions of Use.
Please provide attribution to GoodReturns in relation to the RSS feeds either in text form: "goodreturns.co.nz" or by using the GoodReturns logo (included in the feeds).
If you wish to use the feeds for commercial purposes or require further information on permitted use please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or address your inquiry to Telephone (07) 349 1920.
By viewing an XML feed you are agreeing to these conditions.
The following RSS feeds are available:
Weekly Updates including news and commentary
Today's Best Bank Rates
Today's Top 5 Deposit Rates
Find a Rate
Cash PIE Rates
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