Opinion

19 Jun 18, 7:37am
Deputy and soon-to-be acting Prime Minister Winston Peters put his own stamp on this week's post cabinet press conference, as Jason Walls describes
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18 Jun 18, 1:07pm
David Hargreaves argues that the Government needs to commit 'all in' to the Kiwibuild programme to ensure our chronic housing shortage is resolved
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18 Jun 18, 9:02am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series, this week looking at the pension crisis and its 'catastrophic' potential damage
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17 Jun 18, 7:09am
It has taken a while but tensions are finally starting to show within the parties that form the Government. Jason Walls argues Andrew Little put it best: ‘This is just coalition government’
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16 Jun 18, 6:31am
Brendon Harre says to solve our housing shortage the simplest solutions should be tried first, such as reducing taxes and removing impediments on building decent housing. Taxing housing more won't deliver more housing
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16 Jun 18, 6:31am
Brendon Harre says to solve our housing shortage the simplest solutions should be tried first, such as reducing taxes and removing impediments on building decent housing. Taxing housing more won't deliver more housing
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15 Jun 18, 10:00am
Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific, including China and imports, e-commerce in India, Malaysia back in the mix, Australia goes at China, meaty matters, the Trump-Kim summit and more
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15 Jun 18, 9:31am
David Cay Johnston argues President Trump may have promised to put America & American workers first but his actions show he's pursuing a strategy of Make China Great Again
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14 Jun 18, 10:48am
Peter Dunne looks back at the collapse of the Coalition Government in 1998 and sees warning signs in the current Government
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13 Jun 18, 3:11pm
Henry Chueh compares the different brokers, exchanges and P2P services that enable you to buy cryptocurrencies in New Zealand dollars
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11 Jun 18, 3:45pm
David Hargreaves says the country is in urgent need of a clear approach to its migration policy
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11 Jun 18, 8:44am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series as he charts the path to the 'Great Reset'; this week he points to the fact that the world has so much debt that the cracks could happen anywhere
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10 Jun 18, 7:02am
The Government’s handling of the oil and gas exploration ban has undone much of the goodwill it earned with its business-friendly Budget, Jason Walls says
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8 Jun 18, 2:49pm
The NZ Initiative's Sam Warburton says it's time to push back against a lack of evidence in local & central government policy making
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8 Jun 18, 10:17am
Jenée Tibshraeny questions why the Government decided to draw a line in the sand on climate change by threatening an already threatened form of energy - gas
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8 Jun 18, 10:00am
Great Chinese advice; why NIMBYs should be ignored; why pessimists are losers; a look at Ethiopia; the trap of prescriptive regulation; a coming centralised bargaining inflation jolt, and heaps of cartoons
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7 Jun 18, 8:22am
Peter Dunne argues that the Government is not prepared to confront lessons from the past and says that the idealism - not the failure - of the 1970s Labour administration is what is being remembered
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5 Jun 18, 12:56pm
On the off-chance the Government doesn’t fix the housing crisis tomorrow, what can they offer millennials - who’ll think they will be renting forever? Robbie Nichol investigates.
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5 Jun 18, 12:51pm
The new policy as proposed by the Government would triple the amount of no-strings work time degree-level students would enjoy in NZ
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5 Jun 18, 8:50am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series examining his thesis that we are heading for a 'Great Reset'; this week he focuses on Italy as a potential trigger point
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