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On the Money: John Key chows down, Craig Heatley, My Food Bag, and more

Rebecca Stevenson
Sat, 19 Feb 2022

On the Money: John Key chows down, Craig Heatley, My Food Bag, and more
John Key is the chair of ANZ Bank, which was the main lender to NZX listed Chow Group. (Image: Getty)
Rebecca Stevenson
Sat, 19 Feb 2022
Welcome to On the Money, our column on money, and the people making it.Keys and Chows are strange bedfellowsEveryone seems to be getting into housing developments, including former prime minister John Key and his son Max who have struck a residential property relationship with Stonewood, which is owned by John and Michael Chow. This is a strange relationship as the Chow brothers have a background in strip clubs and brothels while the former prime minister made a name for himself as a political leader and a polished diplomat on the wor...

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