Stephen Forbes

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Stephen is a www.interest.co.nz reporter and is based in Auckland. He has previously worked in print journalism and public relations.     

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Articles by Stephen Forbes

8th Apr 19, 3:22pm
FinCap says government should be taking a tougher stance against loan sharks
FinCap says government should be taking a tougher stance against loan sharks
8th Apr 19, 3:22pm
6th Apr 19, 7:01am
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With future interest rate cuts on the cards is paying a break fee to terminate your fixed term mortgage a good option?
With future interest rate cuts on the cards is paying a break fee to terminate your fixed term mortgage a good option?
6th Apr 19, 7:01am
4th Apr 19, 4:43pm
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Government reforms set to change the Local Government Commission's role after its first review since 1947
Government reforms set to change the Local Government Commission's role after its first review since 1947
4th Apr 19, 4:43pm
4th Apr 19, 10:29am
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A new multi-million dollar bridge looks set to be built in Auckland's Wynyard Quarter in time for the next America’s Cup
A new multi-million dollar bridge looks set to be built in Auckland's Wynyard Quarter in time for the next America’s Cup
4th Apr 19, 10:29am
4th Apr 19, 8:12am
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Auckland Council Group review of customer services highlights concerns about building consents
Auckland Council Group review of customer services highlights concerns about building consents
4th Apr 19, 8:12am
3rd Apr 19, 3:28pm
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Netsafe says a new central government agency is needed to address the massive growth in online scams and fraud
Netsafe says a new central government agency is needed to address the massive growth in online scams and fraud
3rd Apr 19, 3:28pm
3rd Apr 19, 8:26am
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Tamaki Regeneration project is being built in an area deemed at high risk from the effects of climate change
Tamaki Regeneration project is being built in an area deemed at high risk from the effects of climate change
3rd Apr 19, 8:26am
2nd Apr 19, 9:08am
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Auckland Council's $1.2 bln debt headroom keeps a credit rating agency happy in the meantime. But the using up of this as the Council's big capex plans move forward pose a threat
Auckland Council's $1.2 bln debt headroom keeps a credit rating agency happy in the meantime. But the using up of this as the Council's big capex plans move forward pose a threat
2nd Apr 19, 9:08am
2nd Apr 19, 7:24am
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Boat builder McMullen and Wing preparing business case to build electric ferries for Fullers360's Auckland services
Boat builder McMullen and Wing preparing business case to build electric ferries for Fullers360's Auckland services
2nd Apr 19, 7:24am
30th Mar 19, 10:16am
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With an expat community of over one million New Zealanders living abroad, what are we doing to make use of these people and their skills?
With an expat community of over one million New Zealanders living abroad, what are we doing to make use of these people and their skills?
30th Mar 19, 10:16am
29th Mar 19, 8:49am
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US domestic slowdown continues; US-China trade talk optimism; EU business confidence down; Chinese manufacturing takes a hit; UST 10yr under 2.38%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
US domestic slowdown continues; US-China trade talk optimism; EU business confidence down; Chinese manufacturing takes a hit; UST 10yr under 2.38%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
29th Mar 19, 8:49am
29th Mar 19, 7:36am
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Auckland Transport CEO's letter outlines plans for reducing air pollution in Queen Street
Auckland Transport CEO's letter outlines plans for reducing air pollution in Queen Street
29th Mar 19, 7:36am
28th Mar 19, 7:47am
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Britomart developer's opposition to council plans for Quay Street leads to u-turn over location of bus interchange
Britomart developer's opposition to council plans for Quay Street leads to u-turn over location of bus interchange
28th Mar 19, 7:47am
28th Mar 19, 7:00am
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NZTA resignations and restructuring responsible for delays in major public projects in Auckland, according to councillor
NZTA resignations and restructuring responsible for delays in major public projects in Auckland, according to councillor
28th Mar 19, 7:00am
26th Mar 19, 5:36pm
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Construction of a major public transport project is set to start in East Auckland next month but some people remain unconvinced
Construction of a major public transport project is set to start in East Auckland next month but some people remain unconvinced
26th Mar 19, 5:36pm
26th Mar 19, 8:19am
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Future light industrial zone in Silverdale and Dairy Flat earmarked in council plan
Future light industrial zone in Silverdale and Dairy Flat earmarked in council plan
26th Mar 19, 8:19am
25th Mar 19, 2:37pm
Global gloom following signs of falling EU and US growth drives NZ swap rate to record low
Global gloom following signs of falling EU and US growth drives NZ swap rate to record low
25th Mar 19, 2:37pm
23rd Mar 19, 9:50am
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Drought, disease and more extreme weather all predicted in Auckland Council climate change report
Drought, disease and more extreme weather all predicted in Auckland Council climate change report
23rd Mar 19, 9:50am
21st Mar 19, 3:22pm
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Climate change assessment highlights at risk areas in the City of Sails
Climate change assessment highlights at risk areas in the City of Sails
21st Mar 19, 3:22pm
20th Mar 19, 3:23pm
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Trumpeted 11 months ago by Phils Goff and Twyford as transformational, Auckland Council is now airing concerns about the $28 billion Auckland Transport Alignment Project
Trumpeted 11 months ago by Phils Goff and Twyford as transformational, Auckland Council is now airing concerns about the $28 billion Auckland Transport Alignment Project
20th Mar 19, 3:23pm

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