regional development

[Updated]
16th Feb 17, 1:15pm
Finance Minister says Government remains 'committed to reducing the tax burden'; talks of tolling Auckland roads; rules out regional fuel tax; says the age of eligibility for Super doesn't need to be raised
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Finance Minister says Government remains 'committed to reducing the tax burden'; talks of tolling Auckland roads; rules out regional fuel tax; says the age of eligibility for Super doesn't need to be raised
16th Feb 17, 1:15pm
9th Dec 16, 10:02am
Benje Patterson gets up close and personal with the regional population diaspora
Benje Patterson gets up close and personal with the regional population diaspora
9th Dec 16, 10:02am
24th Nov 16, 8:31am
Infometrics pinpoints where population growth is set to soar and reveals just how many people Kaikoura could lose due to the quakes
Infometrics pinpoints where population growth is set to soar and reveals just how many people Kaikoura could lose due to the quakes
24th Nov 16, 8:31am
7th Nov 16, 9:55am
If politicians in Auckland and Wellington are so confident about light rail, they should put their own money where their mouths are, argues NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp
If politicians in Auckland and Wellington are so confident about light rail, they should put their own money where their mouths are, argues NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp
7th Nov 16, 9:55am
26th Oct 16, 5:24pm
As the ripple effect pushes out from Auckland for residential property, Benje Patterson looks at the implications for commercial property
As the ripple effect pushes out from Auckland for residential property, Benje Patterson looks at the implications for commercial property
26th Oct 16, 5:24pm
26th Sep 16, 5:01am
Jason Krupp argues a back-to-basics approach is more important than fads when it comes to regional economic development
Jason Krupp argues a back-to-basics approach is more important than fads when it comes to regional economic development
26th Sep 16, 5:01am
9th Sep 16, 3:09pm
Paul Spoonley calls for the Govt to reduce migration 'a bit' to strike a better balance between incentivising migrants & unemployed locals to help grow regional NZ
Paul Spoonley calls for the Govt to reduce migration 'a bit' to strike a better balance between incentivising migrants & unemployed locals to help grow regional NZ
9th Sep 16, 3:09pm
31st May 16, 10:29am
Benje Patterson wants regional policy makers to use much more than a GDP metric to inform the progress of their regions in improving 'well-being'
Benje Patterson wants regional policy makers to use much more than a GDP metric to inform the progress of their regions in improving 'well-being'
31st May 16, 10:29am
29th Mar 16, 10:14am
Benje Patterson says the regions are in great shape, despite dairy, with resilience built on wide diversification, flexibility & housing affordability
Benje Patterson says the regions are in great shape, despite dairy, with resilience built on wide diversification, flexibility & housing affordability
29th Mar 16, 10:14am
7th Mar 16, 9:45am
The NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp examines the most vital principles of urban economics
The NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp examines the most vital principles of urban economics
7th Mar 16, 9:45am
13th Dec 15, 10:57am
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Major demographic shifts are coming says Natalie Jackson. 'Quality of life' and 'attractiveness of place' will be key for sustaining a regional population
Major demographic shifts are coming says Natalie Jackson. 'Quality of life' and 'attractiveness of place' will be key for sustaining a regional population
13th Dec 15, 10:57am
25th Nov 15, 5:00am
ASB sends BoP to the top of its Regional Economic Scoreboard; notes the Auckland 'halo effect' propping up Waikato & Northland; while Wellington's performance is 'mediocre at best'
ASB sends BoP to the top of its Regional Economic Scoreboard; notes the Auckland 'halo effect' propping up Waikato & Northland; while Wellington's performance is 'mediocre at best'
25th Nov 15, 5:00am
10th Nov 15, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang says the ‘new normal’ growth rate of the Chinese economy will be closer to 6.5%
Siah Hwee Ang says the ‘new normal’ growth rate of the Chinese economy will be closer to 6.5%
10th Nov 15, 5:02am
4th Nov 15, 5:03am
Infometrics' Andrew Whiteford argues skill gaps will soon open up across a wide range of industries & occupations. He suggests importing skills could be part of the solution
Infometrics' Andrew Whiteford argues skill gaps will soon open up across a wide range of industries & occupations. He suggests importing skills could be part of the solution
4th Nov 15, 5:03am
3rd Nov 15, 5:05am
Siah Hwee Ang says food and food services markets in China are expanding, but keep a look out for changes
Siah Hwee Ang says food and food services markets in China are expanding, but keep a look out for changes
3rd Nov 15, 5:05am
2nd Nov 15, 10:28am
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says there is a strong case for applying the trial-and-error approach of the science lab to policy change
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says there is a strong case for applying the trial-and-error approach of the science lab to policy change
2nd Nov 15, 10:28am
28th Oct 15, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang looks at current and likely future trends in Chinese education
Siah Hwee Ang looks at current and likely future trends in Chinese education
28th Oct 15, 5:02am
20th Oct 15, 5:05am
Siah Hwee Ang says the comparison of India with China will not go away for some time to come
Siah Hwee Ang says the comparison of India with China will not go away for some time to come
20th Oct 15, 5:05am
13th Oct 15, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang says on top of New Zealand’s existing free trade agreement with China, the Chinese FTZs are there to sweeten the deal for our businesses in China
Siah Hwee Ang says on top of New Zealand’s existing free trade agreement with China, the Chinese FTZs are there to sweeten the deal for our businesses in China
13th Oct 15, 5:02am
6th Oct 15, 5:03am
Siah Hwee Ang says there are clear signs that cities other than those in East China are slowly taking over some of the country’s growth and activities
Siah Hwee Ang says there are clear signs that cities other than those in East China are slowly taking over some of the country’s growth and activities
6th Oct 15, 5:03am

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