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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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6 years 9 months

Latest articles

Waikato to join Auckland at loosened version of Level 3; Alert level settings to be reviewed on Monday
27th Oct 21, 1:26pm
Waikato to join Auckland at loosened version of Level 3; Alert level settings to be reviewed on Monday
Government takes heavy-handed approach, requiring councils to transfer ownership of their water assets to four new water entities
27th Oct 21, 10:35am
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Government takes heavy-handed approach, requiring councils to transfer ownership of their water assets to four new water entities
Government to require workers at hospitality venues, large events, gyms and hairdressers to be vaccinated, bringing portion of workforce required to be vaccinated by law up to 40%
26th Oct 21, 5:46pm
Government to require workers at hospitality venues, large events, gyms and hairdressers to be vaccinated, bringing portion of workforce required to be vaccinated by law up to 40%
A catch-up with the minister who believes the RBNZ is largely to blame for the recent spike in house prices, and is responding by making investors pay more tax and allowing for more densification
23rd Oct 21, 6:32am
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A catch-up with the minister who believes the RBNZ is largely to blame for the recent spike in house prices, and is responding by making investors pay more tax and allowing for more densification
UPDATED: Government unveils Covid-19 plan for when 90% vaccination target is reached; More support for businesses and low-income earners available in the interim
22nd Oct 21, 10:36am
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UPDATED: Government unveils Covid-19 plan for when 90% vaccination target is reached; More support for businesses and low-income earners available in the interim
New Zealand strikes free trade agreement with the United Kingdom; Benefits for meat exporters to be phased in over 15 years
21st Oct 21, 10:32am
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New Zealand strikes free trade agreement with the United Kingdom; Benefits for meat exporters to be phased in over 15 years
Government's sweeping decision to allow for more housing densification prompts renewed calls from councils for more infrastructure funding
21st Oct 21, 8:12am
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Government's sweeping decision to allow for more housing densification prompts renewed calls from councils for more infrastructure funding
60 new Covid-19 cases; Schools in Level 3 environments can reopen to senior students on Tuesday; 300 spots a month set aside for health workers in MIQ
20th Oct 21, 12:54pm
60 new Covid-19 cases; Schools in Level 3 environments can reopen to senior students on Tuesday; 300 spots a month set aside for health workers in MIQ
Labour and National propose major building densification law change, expected to see up to 105,500 extra homes built in the next 5-8 years
19th Oct 21, 12:04pm
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Labour and National propose major building densification law change, expected to see up to 105,500 extra homes built in the next 5-8 years
Current alert level settings to remain in place for another two weeks in Auckland; Waikato to stay at Level 3 until at least Friday; Northland to join rest of NZ at Level 2
18th Oct 21, 4:15pm
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Current alert level settings to remain in place for another two weeks in Auckland; Waikato to stay at Level 3 until at least Friday; Northland to join rest of NZ at Level 2
Treasury & RBNZ say the government will eventually have to consider raising taxes or cutting expenditure to prepare for the next crisis
17th Oct 21, 8:43am
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Treasury & RBNZ say the government will eventually have to consider raising taxes or cutting expenditure to prepare for the next crisis
65 new community cases of Covid-19 - all in Auckland; 34 people in hospital
15th Oct 21, 1:14pm
65 new community cases of Covid-19 - all in Auckland; 34 people in hospital
'Sobering, but not unexpected' - 71 new community cases of Covid-19 in Auckland
14th Oct 21, 1:07pm
'Sobering, but not unexpected' - 71 new community cases of Covid-19 in Auckland
ACT questions why the Government is preparing to let people with Covid-19 self-isolate, while overseas arrivals unlikely to be infected have to queue up for MIQ
14th Oct 21, 12:48pm
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ACT questions why the Government is preparing to let people with Covid-19 self-isolate, while overseas arrivals unlikely to be infected have to queue up for MIQ
Detail around how NZ will reduce its emissions lacking 7 months out from the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan falling due
13th Oct 21, 10:51am
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Detail around how NZ will reduce its emissions lacking 7 months out from the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan falling due
Accounts show NZ economy performed well before the Delta outbreak, thanks in part to seismic amounts of fiscal and monetary stimulus
12th Oct 21, 1:01pm
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Accounts show NZ economy performed well before the Delta outbreak, thanks in part to seismic amounts of fiscal and monetary stimulus
Current alert level restrictions to remain for another week for Auckland, and until Friday for Waikato & Northland; Vaccinations to become mandatory for health and education sector workers
11th Oct 21, 4:15pm
Current alert level restrictions to remain for another week for Auckland, and until Friday for Waikato & Northland; Vaccinations to become mandatory for health and education sector workers
35 new community cases of Covid-19 - all in Auckland; 58 cases from the past fortnight remain unlinked
11th Oct 21, 1:26pm
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35 new community cases of Covid-19 - all in Auckland; 58 cases from the past fortnight remain unlinked
The Ts and Cs of the Government's $187 million shared equity scheme for aspiring homeowners
9th Oct 21, 9:57am
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The Ts and Cs of the Government's $187 million shared equity scheme for aspiring homeowners
Number of cases of Covid-19 in the community rises to 44; 12 of these cases are unlinked; virus remains contained to Auckland and Waikato
8th Oct 21, 1:13pm
Number of cases of Covid-19 in the community rises to 44; 12 of these cases are unlinked; virus remains contained to Auckland and Waikato
Government responds to criticism its approach towards Covid-19 testing has been 'reactive and conservative' by saying it'll work with businesses to trial rapid antigen testing
7th Oct 21, 4:37pm
Government responds to criticism its approach towards Covid-19 testing has been 'reactive and conservative' by saying it'll work with businesses to trial rapid antigen testing
Waikato's Level 3 boundary extended south; Five of the 29 new Covid-19 cases in the community from Waikato
7th Oct 21, 1:07pm
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Waikato's Level 3 boundary extended south; Five of the 29 new Covid-19 cases in the community from Waikato
Reserve Bank lifts Official Cash Rate for first time in 7 years to 0.50% as widely expected
6th Oct 21, 2:05pm
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Reserve Bank lifts Official Cash Rate for first time in 7 years to 0.50% as widely expected
Vaccine passport to be ready by November; Will be required to enter large events; 24 new community cases of Covid-19, including 6 in Waikato
5th Oct 21, 1:14pm
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Vaccine passport to be ready by November; Will be required to enter large events; 24 new community cases of Covid-19, including 6 in Waikato
Scientists warn of risks, while politicians raise concerns around the Government's plan to loosen restrictions in Auckland
4th Oct 21, 8:00pm
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Scientists warn of risks, while politicians raise concerns around the Government's plan to loosen restrictions in Auckland