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Geoff Simmons want to see a Budget that is fair and future proofed to deal with issues like housing and climate change. He has five key ways "to nail the reboot"
13th May 20, 12:45pm
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Geoff Simmons want to see a Budget that is fair and future proofed to deal with issues like housing and climate change. He has five key ways "to nail the reboot"
Geoff Simmons acknowledges Universal Basic Income isn’t a panacea, but argues it does provide a basic platform of dignity upon which people can stand and reach for their goals
29th Apr 20, 8:04am
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Geoff Simmons acknowledges Universal Basic Income isn’t a panacea, but argues it does provide a basic platform of dignity upon which people can stand and reach for their goals
Beneficiaries key beneficiaries of the Government's coronavirus economic relief package, but Brian Fallow is surprised by the restoration of the depreciation deduction on commercial and industrial properties
17th Mar 20, 2:57pm
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Beneficiaries key beneficiaries of the Government's coronavirus economic relief package, but Brian Fallow is surprised by the restoration of the depreciation deduction on commercial and industrial properties
Chris Trotter assesses the mood of the electorate as the 2020 election year gets underway
20th Jan 20, 10:02am
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Chris Trotter assesses the mood of the electorate as the 2020 election year gets underway
Government to provide more support to single parents and beneficiaries with jobs, however working group urgently calls for benefits to be increased by up to 47%
3rd May 19, 2:30pm
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Government to provide more support to single parents and beneficiaries with jobs, however working group urgently calls for benefits to be increased by up to 47%
National leader Simon Bridges focuses on education, crime and beneficiaries in annual conference speech
29th Jul 18, 1:10pm
by Jason Walls
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National leader Simon Bridges focuses on education, crime and beneficiaries in annual conference speech
We have had seven years where the growth in the number of workers has been faster than the growth in beneficiaries, despite the ageing population. But is that trend about to reverse?
18th Jan 18, 12:24pm
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We have had seven years where the growth in the number of workers has been faster than the growth in beneficiaries, despite the ageing population. But is that trend about to reverse?
Selena Eaqub on the importance of social enterprises after our election, the rise of clean energy, our risks from the US-North Korea tensions, earning a better quality of bad health, bashing the beneficiaries and more
29th Sep 17, 10:02am
by Guest
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Selena Eaqub on the importance of social enterprises after our election, the rise of clean energy, our risks from the US-North Korea tensions, earning a better quality of bad health, bashing the beneficiaries and more
Where have all the tax-free thresholds and UBIs gone? Our politicians are quite right to be concerned that living costs are rising more for those on lower incomes; But how do we improve living standards? Reducing costs is tough so let's look at incomes
7th May 17, 7:17am
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Where have all the tax-free thresholds and UBIs gone? Our politicians are quite right to be concerned that living costs are rising more for those on lower incomes; But how do we improve living standards? Reducing costs is tough so let's look at incomes
Matt Nolan looks at unemployment and calls for policies that help match employees skills to employers requirements in a positive way. Your view?
6th Mar 13, 9:26am
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Matt Nolan looks at unemployment and calls for policies that help match employees skills to employers requirements in a positive way. Your view?
Double shot interview: Amanda Morrall talks to Credit Union Aotearoa CEO Bruce Bleakley about term deposits, default rates, risk and what's motivating and driving growth
21st Dec 11, 5:39pm
by Amanda Morrall
Double shot interview: Amanda Morrall talks to Credit Union Aotearoa CEO Bruce Bleakley about term deposits, default rates, risk and what's motivating and driving growth
Alex's politico-economic blogroll: US doesn't want Pharmac precedent; Here comes Labour, can they stay over 30%?; NZ needs bigger firm focus; Cartoons
10th Jun 11, 2:00pm
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Alex's politico-economic blogroll: US doesn't want Pharmac precedent; Here comes Labour, can they stay over 30%?; NZ needs bigger firm focus; Cartoons
Welfare Working Group looks at 6 month dole threshold, relocation of unemployed people. Your view?
25th Nov 10, 11:00am
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Welfare Working Group looks at 6 month dole threshold, relocation of unemployed people. Your view?