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Greens must supplant Labour on left

Russel Norman (TV3)

Labour is taking the Greens for granted.

"NZ's economic bubble will end In disaster" - economist who predicted GFC

Jesse Columbo

A Forbes correspondent takes issue with the IMF’s verdict that we’re a rock star economy on the cusp of a boom.

Landmark Supreme Court decision protects ‘outstanding landscapes’

Marlborough

The Supreme Court has upheld resource consents for three salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds, but in an important win for the protection of "outstanding landscapes", it has ruled against a fourth site.

Commerce Commission warns businesses about misleading Easter surcharges

Jamie Whyte

PLUS: ACT leader Jamie Whyte ferments rebellion over Easter trading laws

Showroom 2014: Kiwi new car market - firing on all cylinders

NZ's new-car market is firing on all cylindars. Read the National Business Review Showroom 2014 feature here.

 

The truth about working from home

David Reiss

Moko: An expressive and technical onslaught

Atamira Dance Company’s latest work, Moko, consists of a series of dances which are like moko in that they are a set of visual and movement designs which are descriptions of people, history and landscape

UPDATED: Genesis shares list at a healthy premium

Finance Minister Bill English says taxpayers get a good deal from the partial privatisation.

Carry On: Cathay-Qatar codeshare, Airbus corporate jet, Emirates appeal and more

Business travel news you can use.

Crisis hits flagship Christchurch CBD development

Antony Gough

A flagship central Christchurch development hits snag

NZPI: CBRE's Clause Brewer

Claus Brewer director of Industrial, logistics and Investment services at Cbre

GLOBAL TECH WRAP: Facebook to Notify Users When Friends are Nearby

"I just thought I'd drop by and surprise ... oh."

PLUS: Edward Snowden makes his first major public appearance in Russia.

ASK ME ANYTHING: Don Brash

Dr Don Brash

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