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Jenée Tibshraeny

About

Jenée is interest.co.nz's political and economics reporter based in the Parliamentary Press Gallery. She also covers insurance and personal finance. Jenée has won or been a finalist in journalism awards run by the New Zealand Shareholders' Association, Insurance Council of New Zealand and NPA/Voyager.

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Latest articles

Fear BusinessNZ's refusal to be part of the Fair Pay Agreements scheme could put employers on the backfoot in negotiations
9th Dec 21, 5:14pm
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Fear BusinessNZ's refusal to be part of the Fair Pay Agreements scheme could put employers on the backfoot in negotiations
FMA takes Kiwibank to court in relation to allegation it overcharged 35,000 customers over 15 years
9th Dec 21, 12:30pm
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FMA takes Kiwibank to court in relation to allegation it overcharged 35,000 customers over 15 years
Simon Bridges softens his criticism of Adrian Orr after saying he wouldn't reappoint him Reserve Bank governor; David Seymour says the OCR should've been hiked sooner
7th Dec 21, 3:51pm
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Simon Bridges softens his criticism of Adrian Orr after saying he wouldn't reappoint him Reserve Bank governor; David Seymour says the OCR should've been hiked sooner
National's caucus reshuffle: Collins demoted, Muller back in, Bishop and Stanford winners, Bayly, Woodhouse and McClay losers
6th Dec 21, 3:55pm
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National's caucus reshuffle: Collins demoted, Muller back in, Bishop and Stanford winners, Bayly, Woodhouse and McClay losers
RBNZ Chief Economist says Omicron hasn't changed the Bank's outlook; Points out that if the RBNZ decides to sell its NZ Government Bonds, the Government will need to be the buyer
29th Nov 21, 8:03pm
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RBNZ Chief Economist says Omicron hasn't changed the Bank's outlook; Points out that if the RBNZ decides to sell its NZ Government Bonds, the Government will need to be the buyer
Large parts of central and upper North Island to move to Red setting in traffic light system on Friday; New one-off support payment available to businesses as Wage Subsidy ends
29th Nov 21, 4:14pm
Large parts of central and upper North Island to move to Red setting in traffic light system on Friday; New one-off support payment available to businesses as Wage Subsidy ends
Accountants and tax agents say confusion over tax rule changes is giving property investors cold feet and could result in high levels of non-compliance
28th Nov 21, 10:22am
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Accountants and tax agents say confusion over tax rule changes is giving property investors cold feet and could result in high levels of non-compliance
Grant Robertson unconcerned about the Reserve Bank losing key staff at a crucial time; Adrian Orr says slavery's been abolished and people are free to work where they want
27th Nov 21, 9:13am
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Grant Robertson unconcerned about the Reserve Bank losing key staff at a crucial time; Adrian Orr says slavery's been abolished and people are free to work where they want
Judith Collins loses National Party leadership as bid to crush Simon Bridges backfires; Shane Reti appointed Interim Leader
25th Nov 21, 1:15pm
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Judith Collins loses National Party leadership as bid to crush Simon Bridges backfires; Shane Reti appointed Interim Leader
Reserve Bank wary of households' sensitivity to interest rate changes in a tightening environment
25th Nov 21, 7:37am
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Reserve Bank wary of households' sensitivity to interest rate changes in a tightening environment
Judith Collins demotes leadership rival Simon Bridges over alleged misconduct dating back a number of years
24th Nov 21, 9:44pm
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Judith Collins demotes leadership rival Simon Bridges over alleged misconduct dating back a number of years
Government puts dates on when arrivals from overseas can start entering NZ without going through managed isolation
24th Nov 21, 1:58pm
Government puts dates on when arrivals from overseas can start entering NZ without going through managed isolation
Anecdote emerges of vaccine-hesitant person denied a mortgage after being stood down from their job; Banks say they're interested in borrowers' incomes not vaccination status
24th Nov 21, 8:05am
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Anecdote emerges of vaccine-hesitant person denied a mortgage after being stood down from their job; Banks say they're interested in borrowers' incomes not vaccination status
Government guidelines published to help employers decide whether to require staff to be vaccinated; App to check vaccine certificates ready to go
23rd Nov 21, 12:17pm
Government guidelines published to help employers decide whether to require staff to be vaccinated; App to check vaccine certificates ready to go
All of NZ to move to traffic light system on December 3; Auckland hairdressers and barbers that use vaccine certificates can reopen on Thursday
22nd Nov 21, 4:12pm
All of NZ to move to traffic light system on December 3; Auckland hairdressers and barbers that use vaccine certificates can reopen on Thursday
Change underway at the Reserve Bank ruffles feathers, as questions are raised over whether the institution is distracting or future-proofing itself
22nd Nov 21, 11:05am
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Change underway at the Reserve Bank ruffles feathers, as questions are raised over whether the institution is distracting or future-proofing itself
Treasury's 'surprising' finding: While house price growth widens the gap between owners and nonowners, it decreases inequality overall
17th Nov 21, 3:09pm
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Treasury's 'surprising' finding: While house price growth widens the gap between owners and nonowners, it decreases inequality overall
Travel in and out of Auckland to resume on December 15; All of NZ to move to traffic light system soon after November 29
17th Nov 21, 1:12pm
Travel in and out of Auckland to resume on December 15; All of NZ to move to traffic light system soon after November 29
Views mixed on whether investor demand for sustainable debt will be high enough for the Government to charge a 'greemium' when it issues green bonds next year
17th Nov 21, 7:46am
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Views mixed on whether investor demand for sustainable debt will be high enough for the Government to charge a 'greemium' when it issues green bonds next year
Labour loses its shine, bleeding a couple of points to National in the latest political poll; ACT holds its ground, after receiving a bump in the last poll
15th Nov 21, 6:58pm
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Labour loses its shine, bleeding a couple of points to National in the latest political poll; ACT holds its ground, after receiving a bump in the last poll
Pfizer booster shots to become available from November 29; Waikato to move to Level 2 on Wednesday; PM signals early move to traffic light system
15th Nov 21, 4:14pm
Pfizer booster shots to become available from November 29; Waikato to move to Level 2 on Wednesday; PM signals early move to traffic light system
NZ Government to enter the sustainable debt market by issuing Green Bonds from late-2022
12th Nov 21, 5:00am
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NZ Government to enter the sustainable debt market by issuing Green Bonds from late-2022
Schools in Auckland and Waikato to completely reopen for in-person learning on November 17; AstraZeneca vaccine to become available to limited number of people in late-November
10th Nov 21, 1:32pm
Schools in Auckland and Waikato to completely reopen for in-person learning on November 17; AstraZeneca vaccine to become available to limited number of people in late-November
Cleaners, security guards and catering staff who contract to government departments to be paid the living wage; Minimum wage likely to go up again next year
10th Nov 21, 11:36am
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Cleaners, security guards and catering staff who contract to government departments to be paid the living wage; Minimum wage likely to go up again next year
Tower customers can expect premium changes, as the insurer uses more detailed modelling to price flood risk
10th Nov 21, 5:00am
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Tower customers can expect premium changes, as the insurer uses more detailed modelling to price flood risk