A nickel mining operation

Metal commodities trigger global growth spurt

Thu 24 Aug 4

Editor's Insight: Demand for base metals is an important gauge of economic health, as they are used to make everything from aircraft to smartphones.

Labour leader Jacinda Ardern’s campaign launch speech was full of fluff (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

The Gospel According to Jacinda

Thu 24 Aug 12

Hidesight: It's not about the numbers but how you feel about them.

Janet Lowe sought to be classified as a "homeworker" under the Employment Relations Act (photo: RNZ)

Respite care workers: flexibility or exploitation?

Thu 24 Aug

Capital Letter: The case turned on whether respite carers are "engaged" by the Ministry of Health.

Sky chief executive John Fellet points out streaming giant Netflix has never shown any interest in sport (photo: Tinaz Karbhari)

Sky boss’ wonky, unrealistic take on Amazon

Wed 23 Aug 10

Sky needed a big idea to turn it around. After the failure of the Vodafone merger, what's the plan B? UPDATE: Sky shares hit lowest level since 2002.

Peter Dunne has bowed out (photo: TVNZ)

Peter Dunne blows with the wind, one last time

Wed 23 Aug 6

NZ Politics Daily: In 2017 Peter Dunne seems like a man out of time.

Labour is relying on “the Jacinda Effect" to smooth over a capital gains tax (photo:Jerry Yelich - O'Connor)

Labour's capital gains tax gamble

Wed 23 Aug 62

Labour is on something of a jihad against farmers and the productive sector generally – and the capital gains tax shows that.