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Accountant pinged for unauthorised car payments, conflicts of interest

Mon 27 Jun

The accountant had already been cautioned about another conflict of interest complaint.

Harbour Asset Management Director, Portfolio Manager & Research Analyst Shane Solly

NZME shares unpopular during first hour on NZX

Mon 27 Jun

Fund managers say no one is talking about NZME. 

Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

Brother, can you spare a government?

As Australians gird themselves to choose a new government on July 2, many of us want what New Zealand has and we have not: political stability and policy certainty. With special feature audio.

Mercer head of talent business Garry Adams

Cost of living plummets for expats in Auckland, Wellington

Mon 27 Jun

Mercer's latest global survey says this should attract more international companies to locate staff here.

Fine Food New Zealand organiser Dona White

Mini home brewery kit wins Fine Food NZ innovation award

Mon 27 Jun

The kit that makes 50 litres of beer or cider in five to seven days.

Auditor-General Lyn Provost

Auckland councillors seek official probe into City Rail Link costs

Mon 27 Jun

Councillors concerned work has already started yet there is no formal funding agreement between Auckland Council and the government.

Boris Johnson, leader of the Leave campaign (left) and Prime Minister David Cameron

Brexit aftermath: disdain, the elites, and the warning for conservative parties everywhere

Such elites – particularly those on the left – have been trained since their first year at university to disdain sentiments on national identity, to view them as ignorant at best and bigoted at worst. With special feature audio.

Craigs Investment Partners senior investment adviser Nigel Scott

NZ share market falls slightly in muted response to Brexit

Bigger impact could be felt later, says analyst. UPDATE: ASX muted on opening, Nikkei positive. With special feature audio.

Federated Farmers dairy chairman Andrew Hoggard

Dairy farmers need to reconsider 'smart level' of debt, Feds dairy chairman Hoggard says

Mon 27 Jun 2

Compared to other countries New Zealand has a very high debt level on its dairy farms.

Craigs Investment Partners private wealth research head Mark Lister

Brexit fallout for New Zealand: sub 2% OCR and uncertainty

The biggest impact on NZ will probably be indirect and as a result of the impact on the global economy. With special feature audio.

Radius managing director Brien Cree

Radius puts IPO plans on ice

Mon 27 Jun 3

The company is well-capitalised and made about $90m revenue last year.

Rabobank director of dairy research in New Zealand and Asia Hayley Moynihan

NZ farmer confidence rebounds in second quarter as dairy price improves

Mon 27 Jun

A net 3 percent of farmers were optimistic about the outlook for the agricultural economy over the next 12 months.

Brian Gaynor

'I'm not worried about this part of the world': Gaynor on Brexit

Redrawing the legal landscape: Lady Deborah Chambers, QC

Up to 100,000 trusts at risk, thanks to Clayton decision

Cameron during his resignation speech

Brexit: the day after

We the people

Three reasons Brexit won

NZIER deputy chief executive John Ballingall

How NZ should react to the UK's surprising Brexit choice

Guy Haddleton: The new chairman made it clear who was in charge

Wynyard chairman gets a grip

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