Editor's Insight: Chinese takeover spree subsides – but will it last?

Tue 23 May

Chinese companies may have weak brands and lack skills in global business but they have other competitive advantages.

NZ POLITICS DAILY: Can the Auditor-General be trusted to combat corruption in New Zealand?

Mon 22 May

The Auditor-General should be one of the most trusted officials in the land.

Budget 2017: Arise, surplus

Mon 22 May 10

Mr Joyce is playing down tax cuts. In fact, he tends to look vague and distracted whenever the subject comes up.

Hidesight: Young eyes cut to the heart of politicians

WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 19 May 12

My six-year-old looked up at the big blue sign on her way to school: “That place has been for sale a long time”.

Order Paper: Arrogance and the 'just' fallacy

WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 19 May 3

New Zealanders do not like governments which get too up themselves. 

On the money: Will water flow to Maori?

WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 19 May 3

The Maori Council wants a perpetual revenue stream in the form of royalties paid from levies charged nationwide on commercial water usage.