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16/7/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

New Zealand, like Australia, has had low wage growth and figures due tomorrow may give an indication of the immediate course ahead.


11/7/2018

The Government has allocated a large lick of money to replace some aging aircraft with modern planes from the United States.


11/7/2018

Media reports yesterday were indicating that the Opportunities Party that had an ambitious quest in the last general election will be sound up.


9/7/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

The Finance Minister said its latest financial statement was providing compelling figures. Dene Mackenzie digs into the numbers.


6/7/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

The grand pre-election promise of the Government on KiwiBuild looks like falling short of guidance but Minister Phil Twyford this week released a new blueprint.


6/7/2018

The International Monetary Fund has questioned whether the new NZ Government ban on foreigners buying properties will be no more than a deterrent for investment, particularly to build new housing.


6/7/2018

The Government financial numbers for the eleven months to May were released yesterday by Finance Minister Grant Robertson who was happy with the numbers.


15/6/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

There are signs that the Coalition Government is becoming unhinged, and that is the view of a former politician who has viewed coalitions involving Winston Peters from the other side of the fence.


15/6/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

The new Coalition Government took office with planting one billion trees as one of its objectives.


13/6/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

In the variable politics that comes with a coalition government, the Deputy Prime Minister and NZ First leader Winston Peters has shown he has some clout.


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