Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell

Bizarre gay dating app dispute reaches NZ courts

Thu 26 Nov

The dispute is over an unknown amount but three QCs are providing the legal power.

Fonterra chairman John Wilson (left) and CEO Theo Spierings (Photo: Jason Walls)

Fonterra focuses on opportunities in tough times

Fonterra still the envy of the dairy world – Theo Spierings - with special audio feature.

UDC Finance chief executive Wayne Percival

UDC lifts annual net profit 11%; cost cutting a feature

UDC's 11% growth in annual net profit reflected increased lending but cost cutting was also a major feature - with special audio feature.

Labour party housing spokesman Phil Twyford

AVJennings moves ahead, Twyford slams Smith

Thu 26 Nov

The announcement comes against a background of criticism of government inaction on housing by Labour’s Phil Twyford.

Paul Brislen

Tech expert's complaint about 'snake oil' ad upheld

Ad for electromagnetic radiation mitigation product ruled "likely to mislead the consumer." - with special audio feature.

NZIER principal economist Kirdan Lees

New border levy to deter tourists and dampen economic growth, NZIER says

Thu 26 Nov

NZIER principal economist Kirdan Lees said tourism is booming.

Tony Carter (Photo: Tinaz Karbhari)

'Down to earth leader' wins NZSA Beacon award

Thu 26 Nov

The Shareholders Association's annual award for outstanding leadership goes to Air NZ chairman Tony Carter.

Gentrack Group chief executive director James Docking

Gentrack's full-year revenue misses forecast; jump in profit exceeds target

Thu 26 Nov

Gentrack enters 2016 financial year with strong order book.

MediaWorks chief executive Mark Weldon

Media Matters: MediaWorks takes long view on eve of integrated newsroom launch

Chelsea Armitage, Campbell Gibson and Nick Grant chat about the inner workings of New Zealand media - with special audio feature.

Pacific Edge chief executive David Darling

Rise in Pacific Edge's first half loss

Thu 26 Nov

Number of milstones for Pacific Edge to hit in second half.

Balex Marine chairman Daryl French

Balex Marine raises $1.2m to fuel expansion

Thu 26 Nov

Automatic boat loading invention attracts attention of angels, government funds.

Greenpeace executive director Russel Norman (TVNZ)

Fonterra to pour cold water over Indonesian forest fires claims

United Future leader Peter Dunne (TV3)

Dunne warns of 'consequences' if Maori Party supports RMA reform

Wellington International Airport chief executive Steve Sanderson

Wellington Airport sees $2 billion net benefit in longer runway


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Law & Courts

William Yan (Photo: Victoria Young)

Citizen Yan’s lawyer says he’s flying blind

Lawyer questions how affidavits can be challenged if the supporting documents are not disclosed.