MARK THEIR WORDS: Mark Weldon say the Campbell Live review was free of board interference

MediaWorks’ Campbell Live issue won’t die with show’s demise

Fri 29 May

Primetime current affairs show Campbell Live finishes its decade-long run on TV3 tonight.

Former prime minister, knight, named in Mainzeal lawsuit

Fri 29 May

Former prime minister Dame Jenny Shipley has been named among defendants in a lawsuit brought by liquidators of Mainzeal Property & Construction, which collapsed in February 2013 owing an estimated $169 million.

ANDY BOWLEY: Says the new levy will hurt both airlines and airports

The ‘tourism tax’ – the winners and the losers

Fri 29 May

The new border clearance levy announced in the budget will be slapped on top of current airport fees and is expected to hurt airports and some airlines.   

AARON JENKINS: Says small companies were being put off raising growth capital because of PFI rules

No financial forecasts required for NXT

Fri 29 May

The New Zealand stock exchange’s new market is firing up but the small-cap companies listing on it will not provide prospective financial information to investors.

‘Desperate’ need for RMA reform stymied

Fri 29 May

The government is shuffling further away from planned Resource Management Act reforms, under pressure from its support allies United Future MP Peter Dunne and the Maori Party.


$10b cottage industry attracts corporate interest

Fri 29 May

Corporate dentistry is in its infancy but expects its growth to be rapid



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