Duncan Hawkesby

Fliway seizes chance to spread its wings

Fri 6 Mar

Transport company wants to raise up to $44.5 million in the year's first IPO.

Elle Hunt: discusses alleged "zombie town" Wellington

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Mark Bryers (TV3)

Blue Chip's Bryers banned from managing NZ firms for 7 more years, bankruptcy lifted

Fri 6 Mar

In the High Court in Auckland, Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue today lifted the long-running bankruptcy order hanging over Bryers' head.

Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings

Lack of disclosure doesn’t do Fonterra any favours

WEEKEND REVIEW Sat 7 Mar

This is a question Shoeshine asks amid fresh concerns about the financial performance of an acquisition target company in China.

Labour leader Andrew Little (TV3)

Andrew Little chooses Jihadi John

WEEKEND REVIEW Sat 7 Mar

The Labour leader had a choice to stand beside John Key or Mohammed Emwazi, Jihadi John.  He chose the latter.

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Politicians’ free lunches end up costing more

WEEKEND REVIEW Sat 7 Mar

Too often we evaluate government policy by what politicians say they are trying to achieve. That’s what gets reported. That saves having to think.

OUTBACK 3.6RS: The new model has its share of surprise-and-delight details

Subaru Outback 3.6RS raises its game on

WEEKEND REVIEW Sat 7 Mar

A properly luxurious Outback has been a goal of Subaru for some time now.

The former Baycorp House in Hopetoun Street – soon to be converted into a 91 unit apartment block – is now out of the commercial floor space pool

Apartment conversions squeeze office vacancy levels

WEEKEND REVIEW Sat 7 Mar

A combination of a strengthening leasing market and a multitude of significant conversion projects has resulted in a sharp fall in office vacancy levels across the Auckland City fringe business precincts, according to Bayleys.

Michael Wigley

Air NZ should pay back charges — lawyer

Fri 6 Mar 2

Airline scraps pre-ticked insurance charges for online bookings. But the lawyer who first raised the issue, via an NBR ONLINE guest editorial, is not satisfied. 

Grant Thornton partner Stacey Davies

Women urged to be assertive as senior management numbers fall

Fri 6 Mar 4

Number of women in senior management falls

Dr Rhys Ball

'Some hassle' to NZ business following GCSB spying

Fri 6 Mar

Business should only be worried if it is handing intelligence to GCSB itself – analyst.

Warehouse Group chief executive Mark Powell

Come on Warehouse, spill those online figures

Fri 6 Mar

It's 2015; time to breakout financials for online.

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