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First, some good news from earnings season

Paul McBeth
Fri, 03 Sep 2021

The latest lockdown masked some stellar results on the NZX. (Image: BusinessDesk)
Paul McBeth
Fri, 03 Sep 2021
There was something pleasing about the latest round of corporate earnings from New Zealand’s biggest and brightest – or at least its most public.Market watchers already had us primed for a pretty good season, predicting small earnings growth across the board, albeit at a slower pace than the breakneck speed firms seemed to bounce out of last year’s covid-19 lockdown.So it was heartening for those of us not glued to the 24-hour pandemic news cycle to see 30-odd NZX-listed companies reporting annual and first-half results to not...

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400 trainee pilots allowed into NZ
Brent Melville | Sat, 23 Oct 2021

Pilot trainees will make up 40% of the latest cohort of international students allowed in from mid-2022, with an assumption that tight border rules will still be in place.

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Personalised audio at a relatively affordable price point. It's a winning combination.

On the Money
On the Money: IRD's rich list, Damian O'Connor's FTA in MIQ, and more
Rebecca Stevenson | Sat, 23 Oct 2021

OTM this week: what does Inland Revenue consider rich, why was Damian O'Connor absent from the FTA celebrations, which new car is triggering FOMO amongst the Remuera Tractor set, and more.

Decarbonising infrastructure – navigating an abundance of policy and analysis

We have a rare opportunity to align significant public infrastructure investment with urgent climate change reform, but time is short and we all need to act.

Let's not lose sight of the wood for the trees

As much generation will need to be built in the next 14 years as has been built in the last 40+ years for Aotearoa to meet its commitment of achieving net zero emissions by 2050.