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Economist Brian Easton says former Minister for Treaty Negotiations Chris Finlayson is having a significant impact on Maori development
13th Sep 21, 8:52am
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Economist Brian Easton says former Minister for Treaty Negotiations Chris Finlayson is having a significant impact on Maori development
Economist Brian Easton notes that each of us is in a minority of one, protected by the principles of liberal democracy, but with the danger of backsliding. Protecting this social contract is important
1st Feb 21, 10:02am
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Economist Brian Easton notes that each of us is in a minority of one, protected by the principles of liberal democracy, but with the danger of backsliding. Protecting this social contract is important
Parliament to be adjourned until April 28 after meeting on Wednesday; Opposition to scrutinize govt ministers and officials publicly via new committee chaired by Simon Bridges
24th Mar 20, 3:05pm
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Parliament to be adjourned until April 28 after meeting on Wednesday; Opposition to scrutinize govt ministers and officials publicly via new committee chaired by Simon Bridges
David Hargreaves suggests that if we want to get something positive out of this week's National Party meltdown, we should urgently consider changes to the way our political parties are funded
18th Oct 18, 10:59am
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David Hargreaves suggests that if we want to get something positive out of this week's National Party meltdown, we should urgently consider changes to the way our political parties are funded
Tax Working Group considers 'vacant land' and 'empty home' taxes as a way of increasing housing supply and affordability
20th Sep 18, 3:36pm
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Tax Working Group considers 'vacant land' and 'empty home' taxes as a way of increasing housing supply and affordability
Tax Working Group interim report says work on capital income 'not yet complete' but gives two options; group is not recommending either wealth taxes or land taxes
20th Sep 18, 11:13am
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Tax Working Group interim report says work on capital income 'not yet complete' but gives two options; group is not recommending either wealth taxes or land taxes
PM says disagreements between partners is normal for a coalition government, but suggests Andrew Little did announce a planned repeal of the 3 strikes policy too soon
11th Jun 18, 12:11pm
by Jason Walls
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PM says disagreements between partners is normal for a coalition government, but suggests Andrew Little did announce a planned repeal of the 3 strikes policy too soon
EY's David Snell says the Government’s Tax Working Group asks some great questions, but misses others
15th Mar 18, 8:06am
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EY's David Snell says the Government’s Tax Working Group asks some great questions, but misses others
The Tax Working Group's paper calling for submissions explicitly seeks views on whether there could be items exempt from GST in order to benefit low income people
14th Mar 18, 12:20pm
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The Tax Working Group's paper calling for submissions explicitly seeks views on whether there could be items exempt from GST in order to benefit low income people
Andrew Hooker on why litigation funding is needed to level the playing field between the haves and the have nots
4th Dec 17, 1:55pm
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Andrew Hooker on why litigation funding is needed to level the playing field between the haves and the have nots
The Tax Working Group may yet surprise us, but its brief appears to be a disappointingly shallow and obvious one aimed at achieving narrowly-defined outcomes
24th Nov 17, 11:49am
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The Tax Working Group may yet surprise us, but its brief appears to be a disappointingly shallow and obvious one aimed at achieving narrowly-defined outcomes
Government releases details of Tax Working Group; reiterates commitment to 'fair and progressive tax system''; Joyce says it's an 18-month-long rubber stamp for a Capital Gains Tax
23rd Nov 17, 11:14am
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Government releases details of Tax Working Group; reiterates commitment to 'fair and progressive tax system''; Joyce says it's an 18-month-long rubber stamp for a Capital Gains Tax
Simpson Grierson's Caroline Ferguson on how learning, unlearning and relearning is the way of the future; the upside of shared work spaces; the interaction between law and AI; the rise of freelancers and more
2nd Jun 17, 10:02am
by Guest
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Simpson Grierson's Caroline Ferguson on how learning, unlearning and relearning is the way of the future; the upside of shared work spaces; the interaction between law and AI; the rise of freelancers and more
Victoria University's Lisa Marriott on quashing society's double standards that see benefit fraudsters and tax evaders treated differently
6th May 17, 6:02am
by Guest
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Victoria University's Lisa Marriott on quashing society's double standards that see benefit fraudsters and tax evaders treated differently
Auckland Council expresses 'significant concerns' about aspects of the Government's proposed Urban Development Authorities, including the composition and powers of them and the nature of new development that could arise
4th May 17, 12:04pm
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Auckland Council expresses 'significant concerns' about aspects of the Government's proposed Urban Development Authorities, including the composition and powers of them and the nature of new development that could arise
New York Law Journal deputy editor on how the US's legal community is navigating the 'unchartered waters' of American politics
2nd May 17, 2:18pm
New York Law Journal deputy editor on how the US's legal community is navigating the 'unchartered waters' of American politics
Simpson Grierson's Tim Fischer and Kari Schmidt explain the value of an Environmental Due Diligence
17th Apr 17, 8:40am
by Guest
Simpson Grierson's Tim Fischer and Kari Schmidt explain the value of an Environmental Due Diligence
Man accused by the SFO of being involved in a $40 million mortgage fraud ring worked for BNZ, ANZ, Westpac and another bank
28th Feb 17, 3:24pm
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Man accused by the SFO of being involved in a $40 million mortgage fraud ring worked for BNZ, ANZ, Westpac and another bank
The Bankers Association has strongly disagreed with MBIE's proposed fix for a contentious rule that leaves banks open to substantial repayments to borrowers in certain circumstances
15th Dec 16, 3:58pm
The Bankers Association has strongly disagreed with MBIE's proposed fix for a contentious rule that leaves banks open to substantial repayments to borrowers in certain circumstances
Supreme Court backs Vero in landmark property damage case; Rules you can't reopen an insurance claim once it has been settled
6th Dec 16, 3:05pm
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Supreme Court backs Vero in landmark property damage case; Rules you can't reopen an insurance claim once it has been settled
The Government's responding to banking industry lobbying and is mulling changes to recently enacted credit contracts rules
3rd Nov 16, 4:04pm
The Government's responding to banking industry lobbying and is mulling changes to recently enacted credit contracts rules
Andrew Hooker advocates it is high time insurers started following the same rules as the rest of us when we enter into contracts
18th Apr 16, 7:15pm
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Andrew Hooker advocates it is high time insurers started following the same rules as the rest of us when we enter into contracts
Bernard Hickey criticises the Government's U-Turn on criminalising cartels and calls for it to adopt some Australian-style mongrel when it comes to monopolies and cartels
13th Dec 15, 5:02am
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Bernard Hickey criticises the Government's U-Turn on criminalising cartels and calls for it to adopt some Australian-style mongrel when it comes to monopolies and cartels
The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp points out that that the introduction of new technology is almost always irreversible
6th Jul 15, 9:25am
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The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp points out that that the introduction of new technology is almost always irreversible
The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp says it would be a welcome change to hear someone who is not an economist say: 'Why not let prices do the work?'
29th Jun 15, 8:53am
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The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp says it would be a welcome change to hear someone who is not an economist say: 'Why not let prices do the work?'