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Glenn gives uni $5m boost

Sir Owen Glenn has called on the Government to change the way philanthropic donations are taxed to encourage more people to "invest in their own country".

Budget 2015

National denies misleading voters

National has denied it misled voters before last year's election, when it vowed not to introduce any new taxes, by announcing two new taxes in this week's Budget.


Leipzig chance for NZ: Simon Bridges

Transport Minister Simon Bridges takes over as head of the International Transport Forum as the organisation tackles ways to boost global trade and tourism at its annual…

Judge denies look at Erceg documents

Michael Erceg's brother has been denied access to documents that would reveal who got what from trusts set up by the late multimillionaire and liquor magnate worth $620…



Life & Style

Govt considers e-cigarette restriction

The Government has been urged to consider restricting sales of nicotine electronic cigarettes to pharmacies, in a blog to be published today by public health experts…



This is the film that won Cannes

The top honour at Cannes has been given to a film about refugees fleeing the Sri Lankan civil war and seeking to build new lives in France.


Auckland: Fancy free Sundays

Music jams, history lessons, making new friends - the best things in life can be enjoyed for nix in Auckland, Diana Clement discovers.




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