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  • New Zealand’s top chief executives are being paid more than ever, although the recession has put the brakes on average pay rises. The country’s highest-paid CEO has set a new record for remuneration, a Herald survey reveals.

  • Debate over best position for RTS must stop

    Roger Tuivasa-Sheck is the greatest fullback in Warriors history.

  • One NZ’s rocketman boosted by year’s progress

    Ayear ago today, Jason Paris hitched himself to Elon Musk’s bandwagon — or at least his Starship.

  • Don Clarke’s 1964 jersey found in attic

    An All Blacks jersey originally worn by the legendary Don Clarke has been found in an attic in Yorkshire, England.

  • Self-preservation at odds with values

    There is an irony that no one could have missed in this omni-shambolic business of trying to agree governance change in the national game.

  • Place orders for landmark Albany Burger King site

    The soon-to-be-vacant site that has long housed a landmark Burger King outlet is set to present a new opening for another occupier at one of Albany’s most pivotal locations.

  • Large Waikato sites for lease

    Two large-scale landholdings in Hamilton’s Northgate Business Park are available for lease, offering considerable flexibility for prospective occupiers.

  • Hit the suite spot in Grey Lynn

    A vacant commercial premises on the ground floor of a popular Grey Lynn apartment building offers a chance for purchasers to leverage occupancy trends and a preference for properties that promote a work-life balance for tenants.

  • Colliers marks 35 years in business in NZ

    After starting as a small brokerage firm focusing on Auckland’s CBD office market, Colliers New Zealand has rapidly grown to become one of the leading property industry organisations with more than 750 employees in 30-plus offices across the country.

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