Opinion and Analysis
OPINION: NZ employers may hear a knock at their office door in the not too distant future, followed by a pay equity claim.
OPINION: Lyttelton Port of Christchurch chief executive Peter Davie responds to speculation about the return of cruise ships to the port.
OPINION: Time to ditch the fake snow and Santa sweating in his red suit, and focus on what Christmas really means for Kiwis.
OPINION: Labour and the Greens have played it graciously, but they must be a little pleased.
OPINION: What are the dangers of completing a DIY will?
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub joined us to talk about housing bubbles. Here's what he said.
On January 20, the US will get a head of government who believes he can talk his way out of anything.
Christchurch can be a "smart" city as well as the Garden City by investing more in public transport technology.
Recently, I happened across a small book that stands out with some key understandings on what works for investors.
Boards are demanding more diversity and a wide range of skills to navigate the future, says Malcolm Phillipps, managing director at Phillipps Consulting
OPINION: Has New Zealand's housing market already passed the point of no return? How would we even be able to tell?
OPINION: Moving IT into the cloud appears to have helped organisations keep their networks online after last month's 7.8 quake.
OPINION: Harvey Norman is a loud and popular retailer, but rates poorly for customer satisfaction.
OPINION: Mortgage interest rates are rising, but there are some things you can do to protect yourself.
When I moved from Sydney to London in my 20s I didn't expect much of a cultural clash. After all, I spoke English and had grown up with BBC imports on TV.
OPINION: The proposed merger between Fairfax Media and NZME triggers a rare debate about media ownership in NZ.
OPINION: All desirable cities have high houses prices - we just have to live with it.
OPINION: It's time to retire the traditional nine-to-five work day.
OPINION: Pumpkin Patch head office staff will probably struggle to lift the corporate veil and recover what they are owed by the failed retailer.
They say it takes years to build a reputation, and one bad headline to destroy it.
OPINION: It doesn't matter how cashed up you think you are, there are always more bills to pay.
Take customers beyond 'what they know they want' to 'what they don't know they want'.
It is simply incorrect that Kiwis do not have financial knowledge and we should give ourselves a lot more credit than we do.
Despite sound analysis and a welcome regional focus, poor communication will limits its impact.
OPINION: Tourism is our biggest export earner, but a better way to fund infrastructure is needed to maximise the benefits.
OPINION: Much of NZ has dodged a major insurance bullet. Time to reassess if you're prepared for the worst-case scenario.
Opinion: Trade agreements have too often become deals at any cost.
OPINION: Trump's victory is not just about the end of one pact, but a political consensus that held for decades.
OPINION: Pattrick Smellie deciphers the Treasury's four-yearly look at public finances.
OPINION: Make sure you have the right insurances in place to support your family.