Jacinda Ardern and Andrew Little

Jacinda Ardern doesn’t want the shadow health portfolio if elected deputy leader

Jacinda Ardern says she's keen to still focus on her children's portfolio if elected deputy Labour leader following Annette King stepping down.

US President Donald Trump

Trump's Congress speech - security, infrastructure and tax breaks

US President Donald Trump's first address to Congress.

Rangitoto Island

Tribal trust's case for share of Auckland islands tourism thrown out by High Court

Wed 1 Mar

Court throws out judicial review asking for a declaration the Conservation Minister's decision to grant a five-year concession to Fullers was unlawful.

Annette King (Three)
Beef and Lamb New Zealand chairman James Parsons

Red meat industry upbeat on Iran deal

Iran used to take 24% of our sheep meat but the new deal is unlikely to see those levels resumed.

NZ King Salmon expects a stronger second half

First China exports and a new pet food brand launched.

Apple chief executive Tim Cook

Apple NZ reports lower full year profit, defers taxes

Wed 1 Mar

Profit was $6.5 million for the year ended September 24, 2016 compared to $17.8 million a year earlier.

Rajwinder Grewal

Masala bosses forfeit $8m in property

Wed 1 Mar 23

“Pragmatic” settlement is in the public interest, judge says.

Trump's Beltway: Congress speech, EPA under fire and new confirmations

Elsewhere, confirmations, Fed cautions against trade changes and no evidence on Russia connection.

ASB Bank economist Kim Mundy
Zeffer sales and marketing director Josh Townsend
TeamTalk chairman Roger Sowry
Annette King
AWF Madison chief executive Simon Bennett
Minter Ellison CEO Mike Schubert

NBR BUSINESS PULSE

Is Labour more of a threat to National with Ardern as deputy?

Property

NBR VIEW: Screw the golfers, let's build houses instead – Green MP

NBR View’s Susan Wood interviews the two leading candidates for Mt Albert; golfers hit back.

Technology

Hamilton Hindin Greene's Jeremy Sullivan

Spark-Netflix deal could backfire: lawyer

Inadvertently opens door for Sky and Vodafone's "Plan B."

Media

Hamilton Hindin Greene's Jeremy Sullivan

Spark-Netflix deal could backfire: lawyer

Inadvertently opens door for Sky and Vodafone's "Plan B."