1. NZ$ headwind building
US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has delivered a blow - of sorts - to Kiwi backers of a written constitution, discussing his experience with the “narrow and confining” US Constitution during a speech to a Wellington audience.
New Zealand has marked the 30th anniversary of its nuclear-free legislation, but according to a visiting professor, the world is at a greater risk of “nuclear catastrophe” than ever before. Sam Sachdeva reports.
United States companies could still win big from the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal despite the country’s decision to withdraw from talks, our government has confirmed.
The Reserve Bank has now released in full the Graeme Wheeler speech on monetary policy settings that was previewed yesterday.
For the benefit of subscribers, here's my Summer Newsroom column about what Trump might mean for the back pockets of kiwis.
Bill English is expected to announce the election date later today after an all-day meeting with the National Caucus at Premier House in Wellington. September 23 is seen as one of the favoured candidates.
Good morning all, although there will be a few exporters not feeling so good after the New Zealand dollar jumped again overnight to an 8 month high of 69.4 USc.