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Democracy now: the public sector needs to be reformed

Roger Dennis
Tue, 20 Oct 2020

Roger Dennis
Tue, 20 Oct 2020
Earthquakes.Wildfires.Terror attacks.A pandemic. Life in New Zealand isn’t what it used to be.While some people hope things will ‘calm’ down, the rate of change is likely to increase. More volatility is on the way, caused by automation, global warming, inequality, and geopolitical tension.The challenge is that none of these changes will happen sequentially – they will be unpredictable, may occur simultaneously and are likely to exacerbate further changes. Much like a pandemic, it’s possible to know something i...

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Law & Regulation
David Henry firm moves into liquidation owing $400k
Brent Melville | Sat, 31 Jul 2021

Kinleith Land and Infrastructure moves into liquidation owing at least $400,000, liquidator looks to sell solar farm.

On the Money
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Which minister thought he was at a rave, who's cashing in on another potential IPO on the ASX, why wasn't anyone buying Banksy? And more.

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Why it's hard to open a supermarket in NZ
Eric Crampton | Fri, 30 Jul 2021

Supermarkets' high profits should motivate a new competitor, if they're real. If the profits are there, what's stopping them?

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Carbon neutral trends emerging in engineering, procurement and construction across the globe indicate what we can expect in New Zealand over the next thirty years.