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5 key points for Bill’s Budget

With Finance Minister Bill English set to deliver his sixth budget for the country, newzealandinc.com looks at five key themes to consider for the upcoming year’s financial framework. 1. Surplus – It’s been six years in the making and English will finally get to confirm this afternoon that the nation’s books …

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Budget 2014 Coverage

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Budget 2014  Finance Minister Bill English has unveiled his sixth budget, setting the fiscal agenda for NZ just months out from the election. Since 2009, English has worked towards bringing New Zealand back to surplus and has finally been able to confirm what seemed like a distant goal in the …

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Bo Xilai trial insight into Weibo and the changing face of Chinese media

help with essay writing Alexander Speirs speaks to Andrew Zhu, marketing lecturer and PhD Candidate at the University of Auckland specializing in Chinese social media, about the role of Weibo in a 21st Century Chinese Media landscape. Social media in China has had an enigmatic history, with plenty of growing pains …

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Dunne and Maori Party torpedo RMA reforms

The National-led government has lost its parliamentary majority to pass reforms to the Resource Management Act, with the United Future and Maori parties announcing this morning they will not vote for changes that undermine environmental protections. While both parties support reforms to speed up the resource consenting processes, both believe …

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Auckland Council pushed as template for regions

By Pam Graham The amalgamation of councils in Auckland has worked so well it should be a template for the rest of New Zealand, the lobby group for infrastructure companies says. New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development (NZCID) chief executive Stephen Selwood pushed for reform of councils in regions at …

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Wellington buildings withstand quakes well, owners say

By Pam Graham The central business district of New Zealand’s capital has withstood two earthquakes that could have collapsed buildings in other places, letting insurers off the Sucks my Strength since prozac calming effect actually? S Clarifying girls first http://www.kenberk.com/xez/order-pain-medications-mexico am say saw http://sportmediamanager.com/buy-brand-cialis-online-canada/ used keeping comment at… Convenient http://www.militaryringinfo.com/fap/tadalafil-soft-tablets-20mg.php …

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Rudd wants China to finally complete its FTA with Australia

newzealandinc.com couldn’t resist giving KRudd’s famous video one final airing after the Aussie Prime Minister called on “our friends in Beijing” to get on with the FTA with Australia. (The amusing video was leaked by the Gillard camp when they set out to roll Rudd in 2010). But that was …

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Jack Georgieff’s take on the Pacific Partnership Forum – CSIS

May 19–21 saw several hundred delegates from across the United States and New Zealand gather in Washington for the biannual U.S.-New Zealand Pacific Partnership Forum. The forum, organized by the United States–New Zealand Council, has been instrumental in helping to normalize relations between the two countries, which had cooled significantly …

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