Jenée Tibshraeny

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Jenée is interest.co.nz's political/economics reporter based at Parliament. She is also involved in presenting an RNZ/Newsroom business podcast, Two Cents Worth. And she covers insurance and personal finance. Jenée has won and 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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Articles by Jenée Tibshraeny

24th Apr 19, 10:21am
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Ardern and Macron to use Paris conference to rally support against social media companies that let users publish harmful content
Ardern and Macron to use Paris conference to rally support against social media companies that let users publish harmful content
24th Apr 19, 10:21am
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18th Apr 19, 11:48am
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson on the effectiveness of taxing land bankers, why the bright-line test won't be extended and whether his tax review was doomed to fail from the start
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson on the effectiveness of taxing land bankers, why the bright-line test won't be extended and whether his tax review was doomed to fail from the start
18th Apr 19, 11:48am
17th Apr 19, 7:40pm
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MMP in action: ​Jenée Tibshraeny on the politics of the Government putting a Capital Gains Tax to bed
MMP in action: ​Jenée Tibshraeny on the politics of the Government putting a Capital Gains Tax to bed
17th Apr 19, 7:40pm
17th Apr 19, 10:59am
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Consumer price index rises 0.1% in Mar quarter and 1.5% over the year; Higher cigarette prices are offset by lower petrol prices; dollar drops sharply
Consumer price index rises 0.1% in Mar quarter and 1.5% over the year; Higher cigarette prices are offset by lower petrol prices; dollar drops sharply
17th Apr 19, 10:59am
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17th Apr 19, 9:00am
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Government expected to respond to Tax Working Group recommendations on Wednesday afternoon; Associate Finance Minister on Wednesday morning says no decision's been made on a capital gains tax
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Government expected to respond to Tax Working Group recommendations on Wednesday afternoon; Associate Finance Minister on Wednesday morning says no decision's been made on a capital gains tax
17th Apr 19, 9:00am
16th Apr 19, 5:46pm
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Government proposes creating a certification scheme to streamline the consenting of prefabs; also suggests giving MBIE more teeth to better regulate building materials
Government proposes creating a certification scheme to streamline the consenting of prefabs; also suggests giving MBIE more teeth to better regulate building materials
16th Apr 19, 5:46pm
16th Apr 19, 1:30pm
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Government considers requiring overseas investors that apply to buy sensitive assets to meet a 'national interest' test that Ministers can call the shots on
Government considers requiring overseas investors that apply to buy sensitive assets to meet a 'national interest' test that Ministers can call the shots on
16th Apr 19, 1:30pm
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16th Apr 19, 12:41pm
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Pressure on Robertson to borrow more to stimulate the economy mounts, as debt gets cheaper, the effectiveness of interest rate cuts diminishes, and credit rating agencies remain happy
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Pressure on Robertson to borrow more to stimulate the economy mounts, as debt gets cheaper, the effectiveness of interest rate cuts diminishes, and credit rating agencies remain happy
16th Apr 19, 12:41pm
15th Apr 19, 6:46pm
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Labour one seat shy of being able to govern on its own according to 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll; Ardern soars ahead as preferred prime minister; Bridges neck and neck with Collins
Labour one seat shy of being able to govern on its own according to 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll; Ardern soars ahead as preferred prime minister; Bridges neck and neck with Collins
15th Apr 19, 6:46pm
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11th Apr 19, 11:53am
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NZSIS warns of foreign interference in NZ politics through covert donations, manipulation of ex-pat communities and foreign language media; GCSB says online voting is too risky
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NZSIS warns of foreign interference in NZ politics through covert donations, manipulation of ex-pat communities and foreign language media; GCSB says online voting is too risky
11th Apr 19, 11:53am
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11th Apr 19, 7:20am
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Energy analyst John Kidd on the extent to which OMV's ambitious plans to drill in the Great South Basin will comfort NZ gas users in the face of rapidly depleting reserves
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Energy analyst John Kidd on the extent to which OMV's ambitious plans to drill in the Great South Basin will comfort NZ gas users in the face of rapidly depleting reserves
11th Apr 19, 7:20am
10th Apr 19, 9:19am
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Tax experts: Govt should hold fire introducing rules to ring-fence rental losses until it knows if it'll introduce a capital gains tax, as we don't need both
Tax experts: Govt should hold fire introducing rules to ring-fence rental losses until it knows if it'll introduce a capital gains tax, as we don't need both
10th Apr 19, 9:19am
9th Apr 19, 7:51am
BNZ dismisses Australian media report it's negotiating a sale of its life insurance business to Partners Life, which is staying quiet
BNZ dismisses Australian media report it's negotiating a sale of its life insurance business to Partners Life, which is staying quiet
9th Apr 19, 7:51am
8th Apr 19, 5:43pm
Government instructs Royal Commission of Inquiry into Christchurch terror attacks to work with 'urgency' and report back by December
Government instructs Royal Commission of Inquiry into Christchurch terror attacks to work with 'urgency' and report back by December
8th Apr 19, 5:43pm
6th Apr 19, 2:04pm
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Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr has indicated the next OCR move will likely be down. But what will cutting the OCR from its record low actually achieve?
Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr has indicated the next OCR move will likely be down. But what will cutting the OCR from its record low actually achieve?
6th Apr 19, 2:04pm
4th Apr 19, 1:21pm
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Veiled threats by eBay and Alibaba that they could be forced to go offline if the Government doesn't give them more time to get ready to start paying GST met with scepticism by MPs
Veiled threats by eBay and Alibaba that they could be forced to go offline if the Government doesn't give them more time to get ready to start paying GST met with scepticism by MPs
4th Apr 19, 1:21pm
1st Apr 19, 8:30pm
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PM's visit to China sees 7th round of negotiations on updated NZ-China FTA to happen 'soon', a double tax agreement between NZ and China refreshed and other MoUs signed 
PM's visit to China sees 7th round of negotiations on updated NZ-China FTA to happen 'soon', a double tax agreement between NZ and China refreshed and other MoUs signed 
1st Apr 19, 8:30pm
1st Apr 19, 7:22pm
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Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters tells businesses downbeat on the residential construction sector to take note of the high number of consents issued in 2018
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters tells businesses downbeat on the residential construction sector to take note of the high number of consents issued in 2018
1st Apr 19, 7:22pm
Gareth Morgan illustration by Jacky Carpenter
31st Mar 19, 11:26am
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Gareth Morgan closes his wallet on TOP, as the party rejects his top-down approach
Gareth Morgan closes his wallet on TOP, as the party rejects his top-down approach
31st Mar 19, 11:26am
29th Mar 19, 4:23pm
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Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr says his easing bias will provide the new Monetary Policy Committee with a starting point to make its first OCR decision in May
Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr says his easing bias will provide the new Monetary Policy Committee with a starting point to make its first OCR decision in May
29th Mar 19, 4:23pm

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