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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

9 new Covid-19 cases - all linked and all in Auckland
24th Sep 21, 1:06pm
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9 new Covid-19 cases - all linked and all in Auckland
Government expected to reveal details of interest deductibility rule change for property investors early next week, only days ahead of the implementation date
23rd Sep 21, 2:54pm
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Government expected to reveal details of interest deductibility rule change for property investors early next week, only days ahead of the implementation date
Government-funded research makes case for why a vaccination rate of above 90% and other public health measures are needed to prevent thousands of deaths
23rd Sep 21, 1:15pm
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Government-funded research makes case for why a vaccination rate of above 90% and other public health measures are needed to prevent thousands of deaths
Jenée Tibshraeny: The Government is still trying to eliminate Covid-19, but has made the political decision to stop throwing everything at it
22nd Sep 21, 9:22am
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Jenée Tibshraeny: The Government is still trying to eliminate Covid-19, but has made the political decision to stop throwing everything at it
RBNZ Assistant Governor Christian Hawkesby indicates the RBNZ will hike interest rates more slowly than it cut them, pouring cold water on the prospect of large 50-point hikes
21st Sep 21, 9:44am
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RBNZ Assistant Governor Christian Hawkesby indicates the RBNZ will hike interest rates more slowly than it cut them, pouring cold water on the prospect of large 50-point hikes
Auckland to move to Level 3 on Wednesday for two weeks; Part of Upper Hauraki to lock down; Gathering size limit lifted to 100 through rest of NZ
20th Sep 21, 4:20pm
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Auckland to move to Level 3 on Wednesday for two weeks; Part of Upper Hauraki to lock down; Gathering size limit lifted to 100 through rest of NZ
Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
17th Sep 21, 5:52pm
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Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
11 new Covid-19 cases - all in Auckland; Caroline McElnay 'cautiously optimistic'; Trans-Tasman bubble pause extended until late November
17th Sep 21, 1:08pm
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11 new Covid-19 cases - all in Auckland; Caroline McElnay 'cautiously optimistic'; Trans-Tasman bubble pause extended until late November
Government tops up Covid-19 fund by $7 billion, having already put aside $62 billion for the response since the start of the pandemic
16th Sep 21, 12:38pm
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Government tops up Covid-19 fund by $7 billion, having already put aside $62 billion for the response since the start of the pandemic
Government to change the law to give itself another five months to put together a major plan for how NZ will reduce emissions
15th Sep 21, 6:31pm
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Government to change the law to give itself another five months to put together a major plan for how NZ will reduce emissions
Questions raised over whether there's a case for the RBNZ to protect first-home buyers from themselves in the name of keeping the financial system as a whole stable
15th Sep 21, 4:15pm
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Questions raised over whether there's a case for the RBNZ to protect first-home buyers from themselves in the name of keeping the financial system as a whole stable
A $41 billion reason for why the Government needs to stop avoiding debate over its spending by dismissing the topic as supposedly niche
14th Sep 21, 1:43pm
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A $41 billion reason for why the Government needs to stop avoiding debate over its spending by dismissing the topic as supposedly niche
Current Covid-19 alert levels to remain in place for another week; 'in-principle' decision made to move Auckland to Level 3 at 11:59pm on September 21; $2.3b in business support payments made to date
13th Sep 21, 4:13pm
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Current Covid-19 alert levels to remain in place for another week; 'in-principle' decision made to move Auckland to Level 3 at 11:59pm on September 21; $2.3b in business support payments made to date
Uncertainty prevails, as Government is yet to detail interest deductibility tax change three weeks out from rules being applied to most residential property investors
10th Sep 21, 5:35pm
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Uncertainty prevails, as Government is yet to detail interest deductibility tax change three weeks out from rules being applied to most residential property investors
Delta sees Government empowered to spend billions more than what was budgeted for this year; Too early to say how much of the new contingency will be used and whether more debt will be required
9th Sep 21, 1:41pm
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Delta sees Government empowered to spend billions more than what was budgeted for this year; Too early to say how much of the new contingency will be used and whether more debt will be required
Government lukewarm on month-old plan for reopening NZ to the world; Trans-Tasman bubble on ice
8th Sep 21, 6:17pm
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Government lukewarm on month-old plan for reopening NZ to the world; Trans-Tasman bubble on ice
15 new community cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday - all in Auckland; Testing numbers pick up
8th Sep 21, 1:13pm
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15 new community cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday - all in Auckland; Testing numbers pick up
Government to enable Auckland building material manufacturers to resume work in lockdown to ease supply pressures
7th Sep 21, 2:58pm
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Government to enable Auckland building material manufacturers to resume work in lockdown to ease supply pressures
Crown to top up National Land Transport Fund with a $2 billion loan, contributing towards a record $24.3 billion of infrastructure investment being planned for the next 3 years
7th Sep 21, 12:14pm
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Crown to top up National Land Transport Fund with a $2 billion loan, contributing towards a record $24.3 billion of infrastructure investment being planned for the next 3 years
All of NZ except for Auckland to move to tougher 'Delta' version of Level 2 on Wednesday
6th Sep 21, 4:25pm
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All of NZ except for Auckland to move to tougher 'Delta' version of Level 2 on Wednesday
RBNZ admits first-home buyers are the target of its proposal to tighten LVR restrictions, as it's worried high house prices are seeing them bite off more than they can chew
3rd Sep 21, 7:10pm
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RBNZ admits first-home buyers are the target of its proposal to tighten LVR restrictions, as it's worried high house prices are seeing them bite off more than they can chew
New Covid-19 cases in the community fall to 28 on Friday; Newly established businesses now eligible for Covid-19 Resurgence Support Payment
3rd Sep 21, 1:07pm
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New Covid-19 cases in the community fall to 28 on Friday; Newly established businesses now eligible for Covid-19 Resurgence Support Payment
Finance Minister Grant Robertson believes the policy response to this Covid-19 outbreak won't exacerbate inequality, although he still wants house prices to keep rising, but at a slower rate
3rd Sep 21, 8:30am
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson believes the policy response to this Covid-19 outbreak won't exacerbate inequality, although he still wants house prices to keep rising, but at a slower rate
Finance Minister Grant Robertson pressures banks to waive contactless payment fees, is unsupportive of National's commercial rent subsidy proposal, and says a pilot for re-opening the border may be delayed
2nd Sep 21, 1:59pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson pressures banks to waive contactless payment fees, is unsupportive of National's commercial rent subsidy proposal, and says a pilot for re-opening the border may be delayed
Government payments to businesses total $1.26 billion since the start of this lockdown, as the Wage Subsidy supports 28% of those in paid work
31st Aug 21, 7:20pm
Government payments to businesses total $1.26 billion since the start of this lockdown, as the Wage Subsidy supports 28% of those in paid work