For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Monday.
For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Friday.
For the convenience of email subscribers, here is my weekend column in which I argue capital flows from China into New Zealand land and assets are still only a trickle. The relaxation of capital controls in China and arrival of state-owned Chinese banks in New Zealand may turn that trickle into a flood.
Prime Minister John Key has accused Labour and New Zealand First of being inconsistent in their opposition to land sales to overseas buyers as the debate over the sale of Lochinver Station intensifies to Crafar Farm proportions.