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Key on economic policy successes, regrets including flag debate and TPP, Christchurch quake and Pike River, losing troops overseas and life in Parliament
22nd Mar 17, 6:47pm
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Key on economic policy successes, regrets including flag debate and TPP, Christchurch quake and Pike River, losing troops overseas and life in Parliament
Minister Nick Smith proposes buildings with unreinforced masonry must be assessed and strengthened twice as quickly as other buildings
2nd Sep 15, 4:13pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Minister Nick Smith proposes buildings with unreinforced masonry must be assessed and strengthened twice as quickly as other buildings
IAG NZ chief executive Jacki Johnson on ensuring migrants have insurance, facing new competition, getting support from Australia to pay quake claims, and the future of EQC
2nd Sep 15, 1:33pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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IAG NZ chief executive Jacki Johnson on ensuring migrants have insurance, facing new competition, getting support from Australia to pay quake claims, and the future of EQC
Massey University's Michael Naylor says the Treasury needs to be bolder and to rethink the purpose of EQC, including the possibility of focusing on offering reinsurance cover to private insurers
13th Jul 15, 8:48am
by Guest
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Massey University's Michael Naylor says the Treasury needs to be bolder and to rethink the purpose of EQC, including the possibility of focusing on offering reinsurance cover to private insurers
Forty-three percent of 'over cap' personal Canterbury earthquake insurance claims remain unsettled as new claims continue to roll in
16th Feb 15, 5:02am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Forty-three percent of 'over cap' personal Canterbury earthquake insurance claims remain unsettled as new claims continue to roll in
Auckland attracting at least 21,825 migrants a year, another 5,735 head to Canterbury
25th Nov 14, 1:02pm
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Auckland attracting at least 21,825 migrants a year, another 5,735 head to Canterbury
Commercial tenants are seeking safer buildings but many are still unaware of their rights and obligations if there's a major earthquake, Colliers survey shows
13th Nov 14, 10:56am
Commercial tenants are seeking safer buildings but many are still unaware of their rights and obligations if there's a major earthquake, Colliers survey shows
Cam Preston is watching the slow settlement progress of Southern Response and the growth of its liability to the taxpayer
10th Nov 14, 12:19pm
by Guest
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Cam Preston is watching the slow settlement progress of Southern Response and the growth of its liability to the taxpayer
MBIE seeks panel of risk financing and insurance intermediary service providers for $130m of annual government business
31st Oct 14, 5:00am
MBIE seeks panel of risk financing and insurance intermediary service providers for $130m of annual government business
Govt moving to all-of-govt risk financing and insurance strategy with central govt agencies spending about $180m on insurance annually
19th Sep 14, 9:44am
Govt moving to all-of-govt risk financing and insurance strategy with central govt agencies spending about $180m on insurance annually
ASB's Steve Jurkovich on how the bank aims to continue strong lending growth in its corporate, rural and commercial operations
2nd Sep 14, 4:32pm
ASB's Steve Jurkovich on how the bank aims to continue strong lending growth in its corporate, rural and commercial operations
ANZ economists say the eventual waning of the Christchurch rebuild won't spell doom and gloom for the wider NZ economy
2nd Sep 14, 2:59pm
by Guest
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ANZ economists say the eventual waning of the Christchurch rebuild won't spell doom and gloom for the wider NZ economy
Rents in some parts of Christchurch have risen more than 60% over five years, leaving Auckland rents in their dust
27th Aug 14, 10:37am
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Rents in some parts of Christchurch have risen more than 60% over five years, leaving Auckland rents in their dust
Private insurers reach the halfway mark by fully settling 11,392 over cap dwelling claims, including the completion of 2,203 rebuilds and major repairs, says ICNZ
6th Aug 14, 7:53am
by Guest
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Private insurers reach the halfway mark by fully settling 11,392 over cap dwelling claims, including the completion of 2,203 rebuilds and major repairs, says ICNZ
A whopping funding shortfall could see Christchurch City Council sell down its stakes in Lyttelton Port, Christchurch Airport and electricity company Orion
2nd Aug 14, 1:01pm
A whopping funding shortfall could see Christchurch City Council sell down its stakes in Lyttelton Port, Christchurch Airport and electricity company Orion
BNZ announcement confirms regional HQ return for all 4 big banks to central Christchurch but not until 2016-17
8th Jul 14, 3:42pm
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BNZ announcement confirms regional HQ return for all 4 big banks to central Christchurch but not until 2016-17
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - Insurance Court
4th Jul 14, 5:23pm
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - Insurance Court
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - New Brighton
4th Jul 14, 5:23pm
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - New Brighton
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - Rockfalls
4th Jul 14, 5:22pm
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - Rockfalls
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - Flood Prone Homes
4th Jul 14, 5:19pm
Election 2014 - Party Policies - Canterbury Earthquake - Flood Prone Homes
Rents in Christchurch are quickly catching up with those in the capital
23rd Jun 14, 3:17pm
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Rents in Christchurch are quickly catching up with those in the capital
Monday's Top 10: Eric Crampton on Piketty & Housing, avoiding catastrophes, the Dismal Science, we don’t know how lucky we are episode 57, Dilbert & more
23rd Jun 14, 10:30am
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Monday's Top 10: Eric Crampton on Piketty & Housing, avoiding catastrophes, the Dismal Science, we don’t know how lucky we are episode 57, Dilbert & more
Friday's Top 10: Brendon Harré on National vs Labour on housing affordability, UK councils' spy planes, Christchurch rents, Canterbury's leap frog sprawl
20th Jun 14, 10:49am
by Guest
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Friday's Top 10: Brendon Harré on National vs Labour on housing affordability, UK councils' spy planes, Christchurch rents, Canterbury's leap frog sprawl
Opinion: Cam Preston sees the Christchurch residential rebuild as a marathon that's nearing halfway - and the 'wall'
27th May 14, 11:30am
by Guest
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Opinion: Cam Preston sees the Christchurch residential rebuild as a marathon that's nearing halfway - and the 'wall'
RBNZ sees impact of Christchurch insurance related payouts on term deposits wearing off with banks likely to require more offshore funding
19th May 14, 5:03pm
RBNZ sees impact of Christchurch insurance related payouts on term deposits wearing off with banks likely to require more offshore funding