Trade Minister Tim Groser

TPP would be a triumph for New Zealand diplomacy

Deal raises a big question for Labour.


Matthew Hooton discusses his latest column on NBR Radio and on-demand on MyNBR Radio.

Grant Walker

NBR Radio: Listen to the week's best stories, free


With broadcasters Grant Walker, Owen Poland and Andrew Patterson. Plus intereviews and special features.

NBR Radio Weekend Rumble: TPP – boom or bust?

And are Rich Listers heros or villans? Lance Wiggs and the NBR crew throw around some of the week's top stories on NBR Radio and on-demand via MyNBR Radio.

Cambridge Professor Peter Wadhams

Prof’s climate conspiracy skates on thickening ice

Many of the planet’s brightest people are also the stupidest.


Rodney Hide discusses his latest column on NBR Radio and on-demand on MyNBR Radio.

Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett

FMA’s heavyhanded approach treads a fine line


The FMA has won plaudits for far more aggressive policing.

Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler (Rob Hosking)

It’s never just the economy, stupid


Most economic confidence surveys don’t really tell you what’s going on in the economy.


Rob Hosking breaks down the political and economic week that was on NBR Radio and on-demand on MyNBR Radio.

Corrections chief executive Ray Smith (left) with Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-liga at a 3.30pm press conference to announce the news (@felixmarwick)

Flying in the face of prison evidence


They say the past is another country but, for some people, it’s another neighbourhood.


David Cohen discusses his latest column on NBR Radio and on-demand on MyNBR Radio.

Marsden Maritime chief executive Graham Wallace

Northland port deals get council knockback


Why does Northland Regional Council own 54% of a company that owns half of Northland Port?

Mazda6: Still a driver-pleasing machine

Car of the moment: the Mazda6 Limited diesel


Medium-sized sedans have not been the flavour of the month for many years.


David Linklater talks about the car of the week on NBR Radio and on-demand on MyNBR Radio.

Chris Gudgeon

Equitable tax treatment of earthquake strengthening costs needed


Chris Gudgeon on the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquake.

Film Review: Amy


Amy Winehouse was one of the great singers of her age, a 50-year old jazz singer in the body of a 20-year old.

Mark Warminger

FMA sues Milford's Warminger

Fri 31 Jul 14

Portfolio manager denies market manipulation and will defend the case.

Peter Scutts

Scutts' unsuccessful defence involved son admitting lesser offence

Fri 31 Jul

“I think it’s a very strange defence to run," notes one Scutts supporter.

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Kim Dotcom turns on Mega – and CEO responds to savaging

Fri 31 Jul 2

Dotcom sees "hostile takeover" by Asian interests; says people's data is no longer safe with the file-sharing service.

Moa Group chief executive Geoff Ross

Clear plan in place as Moa board ruffles its feathers

Fri 31 Jul 10

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