The Chinese market continues to serve up uncertainties

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'Single Child Tax' penalises families

Labour leader Andrew Little says the Government has overlooked a key group of New Zealanders in its budget package, and ...

Nasty fish-hook in Government package may leave 20,000 families with one child worse off.

Winston's cathedral pledge video

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is pledging to restore Christ Church Cathedral.

Government should splash more cash on Christchurch's quake-damaged cathedral, Winston Peters says.

The money in health is never enough

Health Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman has one of the most contentious portfolios in any year, let alone an election year.

OPINION: What will be the big health issues for voters this election year? The ideological battle lines have well and truly been drawn.

Winston goes for last laugh

NZ First leader Winston Peters says the media's fixation on a mistake tweet reflects only on the media.

Winston Peters goes into bat for the hard-working staffer who made a "human mistake" on his Twitter account.

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 SATIRE: MONDAY: Los Angeles: Negotiations with Eminem's agent break down over Steven Joyce's plan to rap the 2017 Budget to the tune of "The Real Slim Shady".

Looking for vision in the budget numbers

Joyce's Budget targeted low- and middle-income workers. But solo dad Charles Bates - pictured here with some of his ...

Brickbats and bouquets for Steven Joyce's first budget. But is he saving the best till last?

Who benefits from investment?

Workers learn that Silver Fern Farms has proposed to close the Fairton plant and axe their jobs.

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Winston Peters smells blood

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OPINION: With chaos seemingly engulfing the world in the form of Trump and Isis, Kiwis don't seem to want change. Or do they?

'We are owed something out here'

Poto Williams in New Brighton. There is still "over heightened anticipation" that good things will happen there.

East Christchurch is still waiting for its recovery, says Labour MP Poto Williams.

Southern Response gets $1.5b

The Government set up Southern Response to settle earthquake claims against failed insurer AMI.

The Government has pledged a further $250 million to Southern Response in its Budget.

National saves some ammunition

Steven Joyce delivered his maiden Budget this week.

OPINION: Steven Joyce's Budget is canny, but the promised land is still eluding us.

The Budget and families: Who gets what?

Our imaginary Dunedin family, the Bennetts, are $113.63 a week better off under today's Budget changes.

With a weekly boost of over $150 for some - but just $30 for others - the Budget paints a varied picture for Kiwi families. We run the ruler over the family income package.

Nine years of National Budgets

Steven Joyce delivered his first budget, but the ninth in a row by a Finance Minister from the National Party.

Government spending is increasing, but as a share of the country's output it continues to fall.

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The money in health is never enough

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OPINION: What will be the big health issues for voters this election year? The ideological battle lines have well and truly been drawn.

Short-term Budget for election year

OPINION: Bill English and Steven Joyce are focused on selling a story of sound economic management.

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