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

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25th Jun 19, 12:12pm
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Amy Adams steps down as National's finance spokesperson, as she announces she'll retire from politics at the 2020 election; Says she has 'every confidence' in National under Simon Bridges
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Amy Adams steps down as National's finance spokesperson, as she announces she'll retire from politics at the 2020 election; Says she has 'every confidence' in National under Simon Bridges
25th Jun 19, 12:12pm
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24th Jun 19, 4:00pm
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Government to introduce deposit protection regime that will likely cover 40% of funds in bank deposits; Treasury warns costs could fall on bank customers, shareholders and taxpayers
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Government to introduce deposit protection regime that will likely cover 40% of funds in bank deposits; Treasury warns costs could fall on bank customers, shareholders and taxpayers
24th Jun 19, 4:00pm
24th Jun 19, 7:30am
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Economists see the RBNZ holding fire when it reviews the OCR on Wednesday, before making one cut before the end of the year
Economists see the RBNZ holding fire when it reviews the OCR on Wednesday, before making one cut before the end of the year
24th Jun 19, 7:30am
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20th Jun 19, 10:52am
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GDP growth steady at 0.6% in March quarter off the back of higher construction activity; Figures over-shoot Reserve Bank forecasts
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GDP growth steady at 0.6% in March quarter off the back of higher construction activity; Figures over-shoot Reserve Bank forecasts
20th Jun 19, 10:52am
20th Jun 19, 7:40am
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National Leader Simon Bridges calls for the Finance Minister to challenge the Reserve Bank's independence by intervening in its controversial bank capital review
National Leader Simon Bridges calls for the Finance Minister to challenge the Reserve Bank's independence by intervening in its controversial bank capital review
20th Jun 19, 7:40am
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19th Jun 19, 12:15pm
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson admits lack of faith in Treasury's immigration projections; Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf a no-show at Budget briefing
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson admits lack of faith in Treasury's immigration projections; Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf a no-show at Budget briefing
19th Jun 19, 12:15pm
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18th Jun 19, 1:50pm
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Reserve Bank confirms it has been talking to ANZ about David Hisco misrepresenting his expenditure since the end of May; Finance Minister maintains the matter doesn't necessarily reflect a systemic issue
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Reserve Bank confirms it has been talking to ANZ about David Hisco misrepresenting his expenditure since the end of May; Finance Minister maintains the matter doesn't necessarily reflect a systemic issue
18th Jun 19, 1:50pm
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17th Jun 19, 5:23pm
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Lenders to be required to mediate with indebted farmers who default on payments before taking enforcement action under proposed law thought-up by NZ First and taken-up by the Government
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Lenders to be required to mediate with indebted farmers who default on payments before taking enforcement action under proposed law thought-up by NZ First and taken-up by the Government
17th Jun 19, 5:23pm
17th Jun 19, 2:53pm
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Economic growth expected to have slowed in March quarter; RBNZ's forecasts slightly weaker than most bank economists'; Growth expected to be largely driven by construction
Economic growth expected to have slowed in March quarter; RBNZ's forecasts slightly weaker than most bank economists'; Growth expected to be largely driven by construction
17th Jun 19, 2:53pm
16th Jun 19, 6:01am
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Both KiwiBuild and the Provincial Growth Fund are struggling to take off, but Phil Twyford is copping more flak than Shane Jones. Jenée Tibshraeny explores why
Both KiwiBuild and the Provincial Growth Fund are struggling to take off, but Phil Twyford is copping more flak than Shane Jones. Jenée Tibshraeny explores why
16th Jun 19, 6:01am
14th Jun 19, 6:55am
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Local Government Minister reveals - amidst campaigning by the Infrastructure Minister and Auckland Mayor - Cabinet's to consider legislation to make organisations like Auckland Transport more transparent
Local Government Minister reveals - amidst campaigning by the Infrastructure Minister and Auckland Mayor - Cabinet's to consider legislation to make organisations like Auckland Transport more transparent
14th Jun 19, 6:55am
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12th Jun 19, 4:36pm
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Housing Minister Phil Twyford in talks with developers and officials over making public land available for private developers committed to building long-term affordable rentals
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Housing Minister Phil Twyford in talks with developers and officials over making public land available for private developers committed to building long-term affordable rentals
12th Jun 19, 4:36pm
12th Jun 19, 9:21am
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Robertson pushes ahead with TWG recommendation to investigate a vacant land tax, despite Treasury and the IRD saying there's no evidence to suggest it'll stop land bankers and improve housing affordability
Robertson pushes ahead with TWG recommendation to investigate a vacant land tax, despite Treasury and the IRD saying there's no evidence to suggest it'll stop land bankers and improve housing affordability
12th Jun 19, 9:21am
10th Jun 19, 12:57pm
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RBNZ confirms it'll consider requiring insurers to hold more capital: Macquarie analysts expect life insurers to be hardest hit and warn stricter rules could scare companies off NZ
RBNZ confirms it'll consider requiring insurers to hold more capital: Macquarie analysts expect life insurers to be hardest hit and warn stricter rules could scare companies off NZ
10th Jun 19, 12:57pm
8th Jun 19, 9:31am
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Would insurers be this risk-adverse had the country's competition watchdog prevented the market from becoming so concentrated? The just-exited ComCom Chairman believes they would
Would insurers be this risk-adverse had the country's competition watchdog prevented the market from becoming so concentrated? The just-exited ComCom Chairman believes they would
8th Jun 19, 9:31am
5th Jun 19, 1:05pm
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Wellbeing expert and former RBNZ Chair Arthur Grimes: The Government was right not to flag more borrowing in the Budget, but Treasury's approach towards wellbeing is too complex and difficult to measure 
Wellbeing expert and former RBNZ Chair Arthur Grimes: The Government was right not to flag more borrowing in the Budget, but Treasury's approach towards wellbeing is too complex and difficult to measure 
5th Jun 19, 1:05pm
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4th Jun 19, 5:54pm
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State Services Commission to investigate Treasury head Gabriel Makhlouf's public statements, advice to the Finance Minister and decision to involve the Police in last week's Budget 'leak'
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State Services Commission to investigate Treasury head Gabriel Makhlouf's public statements, advice to the Finance Minister and decision to involve the Police in last week's Budget 'leak'
4th Jun 19, 5:54pm
1st Jun 19, 12:52pm
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Jenée Tibshraeny on whether Finance Minister Grant Robertson has struck the right balance between more spending and achievable spending in Budget 2019
Jenée Tibshraeny on whether Finance Minister Grant Robertson has struck the right balance between more spending and achievable spending in Budget 2019
1st Jun 19, 12:52pm
30th May 19, 2:02pm
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson delivers $3.5 billion budget surplus; Big-ticket items include spending on rail and reducing child poverty; Higher expenses to create more debt
Finance Minister Grant Robertson delivers $3.5 billion budget surplus; Big-ticket items include spending on rail and reducing child poverty; Higher expenses to create more debt
30th May 19, 2:02pm
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30th May 19, 8:22am
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Treasury concedes it wasn't unlawfully hacked; Robertson 'very disappointed' that information could be accessed; Bridges calls for Robertson and Makhlouf to resign for 'sitting on a lie'
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Treasury concedes it wasn't unlawfully hacked; Robertson 'very disappointed' that information could be accessed; Bridges calls for Robertson and Makhlouf to resign for 'sitting on a lie'
30th May 19, 8:22am

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