The broad swathe of Government and industry fell in behind a 10 year plan costing $886 million to eradicate mycoplasma bovis, the Salvation Army called on the Government to urgently convene an expert group (rather than an MBIE one) to kickstart KiwiSaver, Jacinda Ardern is riding high in the polls (while Simon Bridges isn't) and political turmoil in Italy is threatening to force a referendum on it staying in the euro zone.
The election campaign spotlight is on the self-declared 'King' of superannuation. Winston Peters faces tough questions over the $18,000 he was billled for pension over-payments. Bernard Hickey reports from the campaign trail.
Well that seemed to escalate quickly.
For the convenience of subscribers, here's my weekend column in which I argue it's time to think about how a million retiring KiwiSavers could either blow or sensibly use their NZ$100,000 pots when they retire.
For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Thursday.
For the convenience of subscribers, here's my weekend column which replays the latest NZ Super debate car crash and finds the cause is nearly 300,000 young non-voters.
For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Tuesday.
Revenue Minister Todd McLay has amended proposed changes to tax rules governing foreign pensions, giving New Zealand residents more time to choose a 15% amnesty option.