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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

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
Level 3 restrictions loosened for Auckland - plan to leave lockdown released; Rest of NZ to remain at Level 2 - 100 person limit at hospo venues removed
4th Oct 21, 4:02pm
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Level 3 restrictions loosened for Auckland - plan to leave lockdown released; Rest of NZ to remain at Level 2 - 100 person limit at hospo venues removed
Parts of Waikato to go into Level 3 lockdown for 5 days; 2 cases in the region yet to be linked to Auckland
3rd Oct 21, 1:10pm
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Parts of Waikato to go into Level 3 lockdown for 5 days; 2 cases in the region yet to be linked to Auckland
A closer look at the Government's decision to transfer risk from private insurers to the state natural disaster insurer, EQC
3rd Oct 21, 6:00am
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A closer look at the Government's decision to transfer risk from private insurers to the state natural disaster insurer, EQC
19 new Covid-19 cases - all in Auckland; Nine cases from the past two weeks remain unlinked
1st Oct 21, 1:08pm
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19 new Covid-19 cases - all in Auckland; Nine cases from the past two weeks remain unlinked
Homeowners to receive twice as much cover from EQC in the event of a natural disaster, as the Government transfers a whole lot of risk from private insurers to the state
30th Sep 21, 5:00pm
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Homeowners to receive twice as much cover from EQC in the event of a natural disaster, as the Government transfers a whole lot of risk from private insurers to the state
19 new Covid-19 cases in the community - including a Northern Hauraki student who was isolating; Travel in and out of Auckland likely to remain restricted at Level 2
30th Sep 21, 1:14pm
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19 new Covid-19 cases in the community - including a Northern Hauraki student who was isolating; Travel in and out of Auckland likely to remain restricted at Level 2
Much-anticipated decision to give 165,000 migrants currently in NZ a one-off pathway to residence welcomed across the board
30th Sep 21, 10:51am
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Much-anticipated decision to give 165,000 migrants currently in NZ a one-off pathway to residence welcomed across the board
Government avoids 'over-taxing' property investors by allowing interest deductions on taxable sales
29th Sep 21, 5:21pm
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Government avoids 'over-taxing' property investors by allowing interest deductions on taxable sales
Number of new community cases of Covid-19 rises to 45, as those infected are part of large households living in emergency and transitional housing
29th Sep 21, 1:18pm
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Number of new community cases of Covid-19 rises to 45, as those infected are part of large households living in emergency and transitional housing
National says it would use a traffic light system to reopen New Zealand once 85% of over-12s are fully vaccinated
29th Sep 21, 10:02am
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National says it would use a traffic light system to reopen New Zealand once 85% of over-12s are fully vaccinated
Interest deductibility rules for property investors detailed; 'New builds' to be exempt for 20 years
28th Sep 21, 12:06pm
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Interest deductibility rules for property investors detailed; 'New builds' to be exempt for 20 years
KiwiSaver members see benefits of large fiscal and monetary stimulus, as returns soar
28th Sep 21, 11:10am
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KiwiSaver members see benefits of large fiscal and monetary stimulus, as returns soar
ACT shoots up in poll at the expense of Labour and National; Seymour more popular than Collins, Luxon and Bridges combined
27th Sep 21, 6:30pm
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ACT shoots up in poll at the expense of Labour and National; Seymour more popular than Collins, Luxon and Bridges combined
Fairness issues raised over Reserve Bank's decision to close the door on first-home buyers who don't have deposits of at least 20%
27th Sep 21, 5:26pm
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Fairness issues raised over Reserve Bank's decision to close the door on first-home buyers who don't have deposits of at least 20%
Government launching pilot scheme to enable 150 people to self-isolate on return from overseas work trips
27th Sep 21, 4:52pm
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Government launching pilot scheme to enable 150 people to self-isolate on return from overseas work trips
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