Trump signs an executive order on implementing an "America-First Offshore Energy Strategy", early Saturday NZ time (Getty)

Trump at 100 days: his 5 biggest wins and 5 biggest fails

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The rambunctious American president passes the 100-day milestone this weekend. A score card:

Weekly Hit: Rational immigration debate desperately needed

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It should be possible to debate New Zealand’s hopelessly unsustainable immigration settings without surrendering to the politics of hate.

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China names four corruption suspects in Auckland, English not considering extradition treaty

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Four of 22 corruption suspects who have fled China are in Auckland according to a list published by Chinese authorities.

Hunter's Corner: A warning on leverage from China

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There are risks in the sale of finance company UDC to China’s "money mill."

On the money: Errors swell in land transactions

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Inland Revenue admits one in 20 property deals have incorrect tax numbers.

LOTS OF SUBSCRIBERS, NO MATES: Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings celebrates his company's 100 millionth sub by eating a steak alone at Denny's

More good news for Sky (seriously) in Netflix’ latest result

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On the face of things, Netflix first-quarter 2017 result looks pretty intimidating to rivals.

Order Paper: The ignorant don't know conservative history

The fuss over Jim Bolger's "repudiation" of 'neoliberalism' shows both an ignorance of history but also an ignorance of the entire conservative political tradition in New Zealand politics. 

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Sunday Business and Week in Review

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Andrew Patterson's feature guest is agritech futurist Dr Rosie Bosworth.

Bob Jones Unedited: Do not fiddle with great works

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This gratuitous vandalism is only occurring with the works of dead authors, unable to do anything about it.

Opinion: Tax cuts won't bring benefits of globalisation

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New Zealand’s ability to make it in an open world is going to get harder without the resources to assist those "left behind."

Shoeshine: Macquarie yet to reap rewards from Oceania as retirement sector evolves

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Macquarie has tried several times in the past three years to exit Oceania.

Motoring: Shanghai surprised? Mega-city’s motor show taking limelight

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The annual Shanghai Motor Show appears to be evolving into a more crucial event with every year that passes.

Carry on: Kangaroo fares, Qatar laptop threat, new A380 services and more

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Business travel news also includes Qatar's 12 new destinations for 2018 and China Southern's A350-900 order. 

Hidesight: Governments fools most people most of the time

We are called citizens when in truth we are subjects.

Opinion: Lessons from United – How to make an apology

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The airline's initial response to the April 9 passenger ejection incident was one of the worst corporate apologies of all time.

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