Metiria Turei has no hint of shame or embarrassment

Why Turei suddenly decided to pay back benefit fraud money

UPDATE: Rodney Hide on why he thinks Turei flip-flopped, and the Green MPs she's alienating.

NZ Super Fund senior adviser Tama Potaka says those embracing collaboration with Maori corporates can enjoy competitive advantages

Mahi tahi can mean better business for all

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Opinion: Demographics favour those who embed mahi tahi with Māori.

Machiavelli said "the great majority of mankind are satisfied with appearances"

Is democracy receding?

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Foreign Affairs: There are fewer major policy disagreements between left-wing and right-wing parties today than within any pre-1932 party. So something certainly has changed.

Metiria Turei
President Xi Jinping shows no sign of heeding precautions

China growth exceeds hopes

WEEKEND REVIEW 1

Margin Call: Fears remain about excessive credit and an overheating property market.

Sean Spicer (@presssec)

Trump's press secretary quits amid reported dispute

Sat 22 Jul 2

Spicer exits stage left, but Attorney-General Jeff Sessions hangs on, despite harsh criticism from the president.

Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker at the unveiling of a new mural of Qatar's Emir, Tamim Al-Thani, at Hamad International Airport

Qatar's new Oman hub, Emirates-Flydubai get closer and more

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Carry On: Business travel news also includes Capital Express changes and latest route announcements.

Rear View: the best of NBR this week

Fri 21 Jul

The week's top stories, plus some acerbic commentary from Simon Dallow.

Roger Federer: The greatest tennis player of all time?

We should be grateful for Federer.

The Jaguar F-Type 400 Sport looks beautifully svelte but has all the subtlety of a cinderblock – and will sell out

Jaguar F-Type 400 Sport sets the cat among the horses

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The 400 Sport edition is only available for one year and will then have its bright yellow badge retired forever.

NBR Rich List goes live to online subscribers Monday morning

Wed 19 Jul 3

The countdown has begun...

Aged Care Association chief executive Simon Wallace wants the government to pay up

Pay equity decision penalises ‘private payers’

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Opinion: Aged Care Association says speed of decision to fund only government-supported staff leaves many providers in financial jeopardy.

The interviewer Kim Hill and NZ First leader in a classic clash from yesteryear

Buncombe and barrel bottoms

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Private Bin: NBR’s weekly round-up of the absurd, ironic and straight-up stupid.

Dan Bidois says relying on a salvaged TPP with 11 members is a risky strategy

Book extract: Forget TPP-11, make more trade deals in Asia-Pacific

WEEKEND REVIEW 1

In a post-TPP world, it’s time to refocus New Zealand’s efforts to improve economic relations with the Asia-Pacific region.

Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen said "changing the target range for the federal funds is our primary means of adjusting the stance of monetary policy"

Monetary policy reverts to ‘normal’

WEEKEND REVIEW

On the money: Major central banks are returning to conventional monetary policies that typically apply under normal economic conditions.

NBR understands Gareth Morgan is considering throwing his hat into the ring to contest the Auckland seat of Epsom
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Duncan Cotterill partner Matt Yates was concerned a presentation from Messrs Gould and Thornhill was "false and misleading"
Sir John Key wasted his eight years as prime minister
Fonterra corporate affairs manager Mike Cronin says the company has a clear strategy with people knowing “exactly what it means and stands for.”
Scales managing director Andy Borland wants the Overseas Investment Act changed
New Zealand Shareholders' Association chief executive Michael Midgley says his association has met both Sir Ralph and Mr Adamson
Chen Palmer managing director Mai Chen says my "profit" is my contribution to New Zealand Inc
Mark Adamson has left the building – Fletcher Building, that is
Institute of Directors chief executive Kirsten Patterson says you could google governance and spend days going down a wormhole

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Those who would already vote Green are going ‘Squee!!’ about Ms Turei's admission, all over Twitter, like 10-year-olds at a One Direction concert.