Jenée Tibshraeny

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Jenée is interest.co.nz's political/economics reporter based at Parliament. She also 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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23rd Oct 19, 10:15am
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Taxpayer support for New Zealand Aluminium Smelter not an option, says Energy Minister Megan Woods, as owner considers closure
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Taxpayer support for New Zealand Aluminium Smelter not an option, says Energy Minister Megan Woods, as owner considers closure
23rd Oct 19, 10:15am
22nd Oct 19, 4:49pm
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First it was KiwiBuild, now it's Auckland's light rail that's looking increasingly shambolic; What's going on and how thin is that ice Transport Minister Phil Twyford is skating on?
First it was KiwiBuild, now it's Auckland's light rail that's looking increasingly shambolic; What's going on and how thin is that ice Transport Minister Phil Twyford is skating on?
22nd Oct 19, 4:49pm
22nd Oct 19, 6:22am
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The Government created KiwiSaver to help us save for retirement. Does it need to create 'KiwiSpend' to ensure those savings go the distance in retirement?
The Government created KiwiSaver to help us save for retirement. Does it need to create 'KiwiSpend' to ensure those savings go the distance in retirement?
22nd Oct 19, 6:22am
18th Oct 19, 6:25pm
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ANZ, the National Party and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirm no involvement with John Key's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping
ANZ, the National Party and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirm no involvement with John Key's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping
18th Oct 19, 6:25pm
18th Oct 19, 2:41pm
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CBL shareholders seek redress for failure of the $747 million company; Harbour Asset Management and Argo Investments to lead class action against former directors
CBL shareholders seek redress for failure of the $747 million company; Harbour Asset Management and Argo Investments to lead class action against former directors
18th Oct 19, 2:41pm
17th Oct 19, 2:07pm
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Unionists pushing for fair pay agreements get another consultation document rather than the draft legislation they were hoping for; National says the Government needs to stop stalling and can the idea altogether
Unionists pushing for fair pay agreements get another consultation document rather than the draft legislation they were hoping for; National says the Government needs to stop stalling and can the idea altogether
17th Oct 19, 2:07pm
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16th Oct 19, 10:57am
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New figures show the Consumer Price Index rose 0.7% in the September quarter and 1.5% year-on-year - more than expected by the RBNZ; Higher household costs largely behind the rise; NZ$ up momentarily
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New figures show the Consumer Price Index rose 0.7% in the September quarter and 1.5% year-on-year - more than expected by the RBNZ; Higher household costs largely behind the rise; NZ$ up momentarily
16th Oct 19, 10:57am
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15th Oct 19, 4:36pm
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Winston Peters tells unionists wanting a fair pay agreement framework legislated that change can't happen overnight; Jacinda Ardern says the Government's still 'consensus building' and fair pay agreements are part of a 'longer-term solution'
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Winston Peters tells unionists wanting a fair pay agreement framework legislated that change can't happen overnight; Jacinda Ardern says the Government's still 'consensus building' and fair pay agreements are part of a 'longer-term solution'
15th Oct 19, 4:36pm
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15th Oct 19, 5:00am
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Interim Retirement Commissioner on benefits of loosening KiwiSaver rules around first home withdrawals: 'If we can get more people on the property ladder earlier, there may be less liability to taxpayers later'; Minister Faafoi hesitant
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Interim Retirement Commissioner on benefits of loosening KiwiSaver rules around first home withdrawals: 'If we can get more people on the property ladder earlier, there may be less liability to taxpayers later'; Minister Faafoi hesitant
15th Oct 19, 5:00am
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14th Oct 19, 6:39pm
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National the winner in the latest 1 News-Colmar Brunton poll; Support rises to 47% at the expense of Labour falling to 40%; Bridges' popularity grows despite Ardern remaining the clear preferred prime minister 
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National the winner in the latest 1 News-Colmar Brunton poll; Support rises to 47% at the expense of Labour falling to 40%; Bridges' popularity grows despite Ardern remaining the clear preferred prime minister 
14th Oct 19, 6:39pm
12th Oct 19, 11:26am
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A wrap of the not so politically sexy work underway to increase the supply of houses... eventually
A wrap of the not so politically sexy work underway to increase the supply of houses... eventually
12th Oct 19, 11:26am
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11th Oct 19, 10:31am
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Building Act reforms to see new certification scheme reduce prefab consenting requirements, improve building product information disclosures, hike penalties for non-compliant builders, and reduce the building levy
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Building Act reforms to see new certification scheme reduce prefab consenting requirements, improve building product information disclosures, hike penalties for non-compliant builders, and reduce the building levy
11th Oct 19, 10:31am
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10th Oct 19, 5:00am
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Fees, nerves, and first-home-buyer activity - what the FMA's annual KiwiSaver report tells us about the state of our retirement savings scheme
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Fees, nerves, and first-home-buyer activity - what the FMA's annual KiwiSaver report tells us about the state of our retirement savings scheme
10th Oct 19, 5:00am
15th Sep 19, 6:31am
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Shadow Finance Minister Paul Goldsmith on how he's yet to be convinced bank conduct needs regulation, why foreign capital restrictions are counter-productive and why fiscal stimulus isn't what the economy needs
Shadow Finance Minister Paul Goldsmith on how he's yet to be convinced bank conduct needs regulation, why foreign capital restrictions are counter-productive and why fiscal stimulus isn't what the economy needs
15th Sep 19, 6:31am
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13th Sep 19, 10:58am
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Financial Markets Authority considering prosecuting life insurers over sales tactics; says 'there will be more remediation, more repayments to consumers'; Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister warns NZ isn't immune from a royal commission
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Financial Markets Authority considering prosecuting life insurers over sales tactics; says 'there will be more remediation, more repayments to consumers'; Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister warns NZ isn't immune from a royal commission
13th Sep 19, 10:58am
11th Sep 19, 7:14am
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Eyebrows raised as Simon Bridges appears to sing from China's songbook during a visit that included a meeting with one of the Communist Party's most highly ranked members in charge of all legal enforcement
Eyebrows raised as Simon Bridges appears to sing from China's songbook during a visit that included a meeting with one of the Communist Party's most highly ranked members in charge of all legal enforcement
11th Sep 19, 7:14am
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9th Sep 19, 6:30pm
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, against Treasury's advice, sees KiwiBuild as the 'biggest lever' the Government can pull to improve housing affordability
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, against Treasury's advice, sees KiwiBuild as the 'biggest lever' the Government can pull to improve housing affordability
9th Sep 19, 6:30pm
7th Sep 19, 10:58am
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Treasury advises new Housing Minister that government building programmes (ie: KiwiBuild) will be 'expensive, inflationary, and slow to deliver' without supply reforms; Says need can't be met in current environment
Treasury advises new Housing Minister that government building programmes (ie: KiwiBuild) will be 'expensive, inflationary, and slow to deliver' without supply reforms; Says need can't be met in current environment
7th Sep 19, 10:58am
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5th Sep 19, 11:43am
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Government proposes raft of changes aimed at improving water quality, including restricting intensification of land use without proof this won't increase pollution; Federated Farmers says proposals could lead to 'wholesale land use change'
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Government proposes raft of changes aimed at improving water quality, including restricting intensification of land use without proof this won't increase pollution; Federated Farmers says proposals could lead to 'wholesale land use change'
5th Sep 19, 11:43am
4th Sep 19, 8:04pm
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Housing Minister Megan Woods on ditching KiwiBuild targets, lumping developers with more risk and involving community organisations in progressive home ownership schemes
Housing Minister Megan Woods on ditching KiwiBuild targets, lumping developers with more risk and involving community organisations in progressive home ownership schemes
4th Sep 19, 8:04pm

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