Too many state-owned zombies

Fri 21 Oct

Many oppose privatisation because of the lost dividends but most state-owned enterprises pay next to no dividends.

WARNING: Does Christopher Luxon’s language cause strokes?

Jones on Everything: Christopher Luxon caused my stroke

Fri 21 Oct

On average I read about six hours daily, being roughly a third of my waking hours. It’s my principal hobby, entertainment and stimulation. 


Reality rebuts rising radicalism

Fri 21 Oct

How media coverage fuels perceptions of inequality and poverty when the facts show otherwise.

LIGHT & LAUDED DROP: Constellation Brands’ Nina Stojnic

Aussies to taste fruit of low-alcohol wine project

Fri 21 Oct

The country’s largest wine exporter, Constellation Brands NZ, has just shipped its first container of low-alcohol wines to Australia.

Paul Bublitz

Finance firm staffer had concerns

Fri 21 Oct

A key witness in the last of the finance company trials claims to have had concerns about related-party transactions and a property developer’s “problematic assets.”

Bill Bates

Experts insist schools not fit for purpose, not even this century

Fri 21 Oct

The government is prescribing more money for schooling but two experts say the problem with education is more fundamental – it is the concept of schooling itself.


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