Aaron Drever confirmed he was considering a deal to buy the brand

Buyer mulls Nosh acquisition

Fri 22 Sep 2

Grocery chain’s receivers report unsecured claims totalling $2.3 million.

The FMA alleges Paul Bublitz and his co-defendants deliberately misled investors in the finance companies

Bublitz loses bid to throw out FMA case

Fri 22 Sep

Judge says Bublitz can be compensated later if he is acquitted. 

Infometrics economist Mieke Welvaert says the pick-up in departures that has seen annual net migration make only “marginal gains”

Stay-at-home Kiwis starting to head away

New Zealand gained 72,100 new people in the year to August but migration trends are on the move.

Voters queue at a booth near a Britomart railway station exit in the Auckland CBD

Early votes hit the million mark

Fri 22 Sep 53

One in three have cast an advance ballot.

Veritas owns the Mad Butcher chain

Auditor declines opinion on Veritas accounts

Fri 22 Sep 1

Annual report reveals first tranche of bank debt falls due in eight days.  

Rising bond yields pique market interest

The shift has been partly a response to a hawkish turn by central banks overseas.

Stuff revenue on the slide, ASX update reveals

Fri 22 Sep

Not so much of the right Stuff in the 2018 financial year year-to-date revenue.

MinterEllisonRuddWatts partner Stacey Shortall says more women in senior law roles "talking about [being working mothers] more openly"

Are we there yet? Women lawyers may well ask

The Law Society is plugging a gender diversity and inclusion charter to resolve a lack of women in the profession’s higher ranks. NBR View's Susan Wood talks to lawyer Stacey Shortall on potential solutions.

Professor Andrew Geddis says "No one has 'the first crack' at forming a government"

Only one rule will matter in post-election brawl

An Otago academic lays down the law over the rules of MMP negotiations.

NZ Oil & Gas director Duncan Saville is much smarter than a bowl of muesli

Knowledge is power in NZOG takeover

Hunter's Corner: Rival bids for the oil and gas company expose an intriguing information imbalance.

Energy Minister Judith Collins is "confident there will be no disruption to travel plans" (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Jet fuel allocations at Auckland Airport increased

Fri 22 Sep

The pipeline repair is still on schedule.

FMA head of regulation Liam Mason said the report was signalling an increased focus on abuse of the FSPR

FMA signals tougher line on nominee directors

Fri 22 Sep 1

Abuse of the Financial Services Provider Register prompts further action.  

Rickey Ward, NZ equity manager at JBWere, the polls have had a material influence leading up.

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares up, trading quiet ahead of election

Fri 22 Sep

Trade Me Group was the best performer today.

Chief executive Martin Dillon told shareholders getting CFDA approval in China had been a long process
Powerhouse chairman Russell Yardley says the transaction demonstrates the substantial value of Invert Robotics
A Fletcher crane in the Commercial Bay project (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub says "tax is love"
To me, it felt like being inside a brilliant VR version of The Sims, but still way too artificial for me to shop naturally
BizDojo founder Nick Shewring says there's still too much stigma around mental health issues

Editor's pick

Property

Housing strategist Leonie Freeman says “Let’s be clear. This is categorically about more than just talking" (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Pitiful new home numbers sign of ‘deeply troubling performance failure’

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“It’s time to stop talking and actually get on with building houses," says Leonie Freeman.

Banking & Finance

(Photo: Jason Walls)

Reserve Bank revamps rules for bank outsourcing to avoid failures

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The Reserve Bank's revised policy tightens the rules to ensure the banks continue to function in the event of failure.

Politics

Media

Puff and over-protective editorial admirers surround Jacinda Ardern (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Polls, punditry and puffery

Media Watch: The election campaign has focused on the Labour Party’s earnest new leader and her soaring chances against Bill English.