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  • Teachers’ rise doesn’t add up

    Big news with the Government announcing that secondary teachers have been offered a 14.5 per cent pay rise. The offer is over the three years of the contract. That is 4.6 per cent per year. Every rate of any significance is given per year. Banks are not allowed to offer 14.5 per cent interest on a...

  • Stop 2023 election spin cycle

    Regarding your editorial on 100 days to the election (NZ Herald, July 7) — I can’t say I am looking forward to it. This will be my 20th general election, and over the 60 years there has been a distressing trend for our election campaigns to resemble those of the United States. We no longer have...

  • Visionary Leadership Jim and Rose DelegatExecuting a super-premium plan

    Whatever was thrown at them, Jakov (Jim) and Rosemari (Rose) Delegat maintained a strong belief in producing premium international wines and they have executed their plans and dreams perfectly....

  • Creme de la creme

    There’s splashing out, and then there’s really splashing out. When it comes to the finest cuisine and service, the most sumptuous fabrics and furniture, exquisite accommodation and luxury, Vegas may have the razzle but Europe has the dazzle....

  • None

    To understand Ian Foster’s deep connection with the All Blacks that’s been forged over 12 years within the coaching team alongside his fractured relationship with the New Zealand rugby public and his employers, we must start at his elevation to the coveted throne....

  • COURTING ATTENTION

    Embattled Eric Watson is facing legal proceedings again, this time in the United States as the agency tasked with protecting investors from market manipulation accuses him of insider trading....

  • How the man from McKinsey ended up running NZ’s biggest farm

    How did Steve Carden, whose CV includes a stint at the high-powered US consultancy McKinsey and Co, end up running Landcorp?...

  • Rittenhouse case highlights huge gun-rights gulf

    Four days before Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of murder, the judge in his case tossed out a charge: illegal possession of the military-style semi-automatic rifle he used to kill two people....

  • Privacy fears over face scans

    Police are using facial recognition technology without the formal framework its own advisers urged it to adopt to avoid causing “significant harm” and being seen it is “cavalier about its oversight of technology”....

  • ‘It was not my intention to kill him’

    Eli Bob Sauni Epiha, the man who murdered unarmed Constable Matthew Hunt, initially got an illegal firearm on the day of the shooting with the intention of protecting his family, he told the jury today as he took the witness stand on his own behalf....

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