NZ Superannuation Fund head of investments Fiona Mackenzie

NZ Super's Fiona Mackenzie ranks high on global sovereign wealth fund list

Mon 5 Oct

The SWFI list is headed by the US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen.

Foreign ownership of office towers jumps

Mon 5 Oct

From 10% two years ago, foreigners now own 28% of the top office towers in Auckland and Wellington.

Trade Minister Tim Groser

TPP: Hope turns to delay in Atlanta

An official update is rescheduled multiple times then postponed indefinitely.


NZ International Business Forum executive director Stephen Jacobi talks about the TPP hold up on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce

Editor’s Insight: More hope for science or just extra pie in the sky?

A new investment strategy is critical of past performance and will put more emphasis on increased productivity.


Nevil Gibson discusses his latest Editor's Insight on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Commerce Commission commissioners Anna Rawlings

Loan shark sentenced to fine and banned from lending

Mon 5 Oct

A loan shark targeting the Chinese community was fined $22,500 and banned from lending indefinitely.

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand country head Kirsten Patterson

CAANZ continues to fudge outcome of defamation case

Mon 5 Oct 1

CAANZ says it’s a very different organisation now.

Westpac senior economist Michael Gordon

Fourth price rise predicted for GDT auction

Mon 5 Oct 2

The NZX dairy futures are suggesting another “big increase" at this week’s auction.

Snakk Media group chief executive Mark Ryan

Snakk Media to raise up to $2.3m selling shares at discount to fund growth

Mon 5 Oct

Snakk is offering to raise $1.5 million selling shares at 4.5c apiece.

Political & Economic week ahead: will TPP deal close?

Rob Hosking gives his in-depth analysis on the big stories to watch out for this week on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Commerce Commission chairman Mark Berry

ComCom pulls woolly move to approve scour merger

Mon 5 Oct

Commerce Commission has changed its definition of the wool scouring market.

NZ Steel chief executive Andrew Garey

New deal with union underpins NZ Steel's $A50m savings drive

Mon 5 Oct

The two-year deal also sees the workforce take just a 1% pay increase over two years.

David Walden

Ad industry leader Dave Walden dies

Sun 4 Oct 1
Prime Minister John Key on TVNZ's Q&A

PM to TPP critics: 'We’ve never been sued'

Sun 4 Oct 10
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee

Tide’s out for now in coastal catastrophe

Law & Courts

Eminem (TV3)

US music library Labrador drawn into NZ lawsuit between National Party, Eminem

Justice Robert Dobson rejected California-based Labrador's argument that it shouldn't be included in the case.