On the Money: Sharesies, who didn't have the power, Troy Bowker, and more

On the Money: Sharesies, who didn't have the power, Troy Bowker, and more
The Sharesies founders, Leighton and Brooke Roberts, have been in MIQ after an Aussie sojourn.
Rebecca Stevenson
We're sure readers will empathise with Sharesies founders Leighton and Brooke Roberts, stranded in MIQ for two weeks with their three-year-old, Elle, and one-year-old, Louie.The family had been in Sydney since April setting up Sharesies in Australia but took the difficult decision to take advantage of prime minister Jacinda Ardern's window for returning to New Zealand before the borders closed again when the delta variant of covid started exploding across the ditch."It was a tough decision to make to come home before we had do...

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