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Prime Minister John Key

On the other hand: The Vancouver opportunity

Fri 26 Aug

What is John Key waiting for?

Bank of New Zealand economist Doug Steel

Trade data points to turnaround

Fri 26 Aug

Monthly trade data released this week points to New Zealand turning a corner on the country’s external balances.

Former Inland Revenue policy head and tax consultant Robin Oliver

Rushed tax law changes threaten taxpayer rights

Fri 26 Aug

Sweeping changes that would allow ministers to bypass Parliament and make potentially radical changes to tax law have been “snuck” into the omnibus tax bill before Parliament.

TESTING TIMES: Is chemical measurement crucial?

Concerns Callaghan programme closure could cripple NZ’s export base

Fri 26 Aug

Fears are being raised about the potentially catastrophic consequences for New Zealand’s primary exports if the closure of a Callaghan Innovation research programme goes ahead next month.

 
DEAL GONE SOUR: Charlie’s Juice co-founder Stefan Lepionka is trying to recover nearly $4 million he claims to be owed after a property deal fell through

Lepionka wins latest battle in Hawke’s Bay property wrangle

Fri 26 Aug

Aussie property developer Garth Paterson has failed to stave off bankruptcy amid a complicated legal tug-of-war over a Hawke’s Bay property with Charlie’s Juice co-founder Stefan Lepionka.

Michael Lake: ‘The closer you get to the EU, the less Eurosceptic you become’

Why Brexit may not be a foregone conclusion

Fri 26 Aug

A former Kiwi who spent three decades inside the EU argues there is still a chance that Britain will not go ahead and leave the European Union.

 

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