Motu Economic and Public Policy Research senior fellow Arthur Grimes

'Surprising' link between Wellington building stickers and price declines

Mon 16 Nov

Have the Canterbury earthquakes affected prices of risky buildings in Wellington?

University of Auckland Associate Professor Kenneth Palmer

Expert urges Wellington Council to contest chamber’s court action

Fri 13 Nov

Chamber of Commerce on track to lodge application for judicial review of Wellington Council’s ‘living wage’ decision next week. With Special audio feature.

Commerce Commission chairman Mark Berry

Wilson Parking given all clear to buy competitor’s leases

Thu 12 Nov 5

Wilson cleared to buy Tournament Parking leases.

 Associate Professor Kenneth Palmer

Professor scoffs at chamber’s living wage legal challenge

Tue 10 Nov 8

Local government legal expert says Wellington Chamber of Commerce’s court action is “totally unfounded and without any legal basis."


Is it illegal for Councils to pay a living wage? Chamber CEO John Milford voices on his concerns on NBR Radio and on demand via MyNBR Radio.

Plimmer House, Wellington

Capital’s most notable property on the block

Mon 2 Nov

Plimmer House is one of the last surviving examples of a modest gentleman’s residence in central Wellington.

Auckland Mayor Len Brown on The Nation

Auckland house prices have peaked — Len Brown

Sun 1 Nov 15

But he admits the 8000 to 10,000 houses a year currently being built are short of the 13,000 to 15,000 a year needed in the city | Wade-Brown on Phoenix, pandas.


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