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Labour doesn’t deserve our vote - Tariana Turia

Tariana Turia on Q+A

PLUS: Maori Party co-leader defends Northern Club fundraiser that offered a confidential chat wiht the PM for $5000.

'NZ's economic bubble will pop' – economist who predicted GFC

Joyce (TV3)

A Forbes correspondent takes issue with our "rock star" economy status | UPDATE: Joyce bites back; NBR's economics editor wades in.

Greens want tighter disclosure rules that would force Collins to reveal Chinese dining companion

Metiria Turei on The Nation

PLUS: Metiria Turei says she could be "co-Deputy Prime Minister" in a Labour-Greens government.

NBR People Scene: Wellington Fashion Week

Terry Serepisos and Danelle Kaukau at Wellington Fashion Week

Latest photo galleries from Norrie Montgomery.

NBR People Scene: TRN Party

Tony Veitch, Zoe Marshall and Dean Buchanan at The Radio Network's party

Latest photo galleries from Norrie Montgomery.

LG's futuristic TVs

In attendance at LG's red-themed event: Mega's Finn Batato

Including a set with a build-in recorder, and a 77-inch, curved 4K OLED TV.

Showroom 2014: Kiwi new car market - firing on all cylinders

NZ's new-car market is firing on all cylindars. Read the National Business Review Showroom 2014 feature here.

 

Carry On: Cathay-Qatar codeshare, Airbus corporate jet, Emirates appeal and more

Business travel news you can use.

Moko: An expressive and technical onslaught

Commerce Commission warns businesses about misleading Easter surcharges

Jamie Whyte

PLUS: ACT leader Jamie Whyte ferments rebellion over Easter trading laws

NZPI: CBRE's Clause Brewer

Claus Brewer director of Industrial, logistics and Investment services at Cbre

GLOBAL TECH WRAP: Facebook to Notify Users When Friends are Nearby

"I just thought I'd drop by and surprise ... oh."

PLUS: Edward Snowden makes his first major public appearance in Russia.

ASK ME ANYTHING: Don Brash

Dr Don Brash

Landmark Supreme Court decision protects ‘outstanding landscapes’

Marlborough

The Supreme Court has upheld resource consents for three salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds, but in an important win for the protection of "outstanding landscapes", it has ruled against a fourth site.

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