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    Alternative proteins: Threat or a taste of the future?

    Alternative proteins: Threat or a taste of the future?


    When Air New Zealand announced in July it would serve the Impossible Burger, a plant-based product that mimics beef, on its Los Angeles to Auckland flight, much of the nation gave a collective cry of...

    When Air New Zealand announced in July it would serve the Impossible Burger, a plant-based product that mimics beef, on its Los Angeles to Auckland flight, much of the nation gave a collective cry of horror.
    Building enduring success

    Building enduring success


    Any business has to make money. The key to that is delivering value to...

    Any business has to make money. The key to that is delivering value to customers.
    Letting fee ban will just see renters charged in a different way

    Letting fee ban will just see renters charged in a different way


    OPINION: The upcoming "ban" on letting fees for renters is delivering another sad lesson about the state of the housing...

    OPINION: The upcoming "ban" on letting fees for renters is delivering another sad lesson about the state of the housing market.
    Budget Buster: The sad saga of letting fees

    Budget Buster: The sad saga of letting fees


    OPINION: What's in a name? That which we call a "letting fee" by any other name would smell as...

    OPINION: What's in a name? That which we call a "letting fee" by any other name would smell as foul.
    Large industrial and housing development planned for Mangawhai

    Large industrial and housing development planned for Mangawhai


    Plans have been unveiled for what's been described as one of the country's biggest coastal town commercial developments, north of...

    Plans have been unveiled for what's been described as one of the country's biggest coastal town commercial developments, north of Auckland.
    Two degrees, no job prospects: Why Gen Z Kiwis are worried about work

    Two degrees, no job prospects: Why Gen Z Kiwis are worried about work


    Stacey Mulholland has just finished her final exams of a conjoint degree. She's tech savvy, young, bright and keen to work in marketing. But scrolling through online ads for entry level jobs is a daunting prospect for the...

    Stacey Mulholland has just finished her final exams of a conjoint degree. She's tech savvy, young, bright and keen to work in marketing. But scrolling through online ads for entry level jobs is a daunting prospect for the 23-year-old.
    The NZ-made products Kiwis can't buy

    The NZ-made products Kiwis can't buy


    New Zealand products have a long history of instilling a sense of pride in...

    New Zealand products have a long history of instilling a sense of pride in Kiwis.
    Dreaming of home and income? Here's some food for thought

    Dreaming of home and income? Here's some food for thought


    If living and earning from some idyllic location is your fantasy plan, there's never any lack of properties on the market to get your daydreams...

    If living and earning from some idyllic location is your fantasy plan, there's never any lack of properties on the market to get your daydreams going.
    In rare outcome, Waimea Contract Carriers drives its way out of voluntary administration

    In rare outcome, Waimea Contract Carriers drives its way out of voluntary administration


    Waimea Contract Carriers Ltd has all but traded its way out of voluntary administration and paid back its creditors – an outcome described as rare by one...

    Waimea Contract Carriers Ltd has all but traded its way out of voluntary administration and paid back its creditors – an outcome described as rare by one administrator.
    No obstacle to NZ joining Nato-backed cyber war drill

    No obstacle to NZ joining Nato-backed cyber war drill


    New Zealand could benefit from joining "Locked Shields", the world's largest cyber-war exercises, their technology head Raimo Peterson said on a visit to...

    New Zealand could benefit from joining "Locked Shields", the world's largest cyber-war exercises, their technology head Raimo Peterson said on a visit to Wellington.
    Can New Zealand's payday lenders survive?

    Can New Zealand's payday lenders survive?


    OPINION: Former British Prime Minister and sometimes raconteur Harold Wilson famously noted that "a week is a long time in...

    OPINION: Former British Prime Minister and sometimes raconteur Harold Wilson famously noted that "a week is a long time in politics".