Anzac Day 2014: We will remember them

Ode of Remembrance

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down…

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Nigella visa ruling based on media

NZ immigration officials have been forced to admit celebrity chef Nigella Lawson is eligible for a visa after they could find no evidence that she'd been banned from…

Apple gives cash to owners

Apple is doling out more of its cash to shareholders and preparing to split its stock for the first time in nine years in an attempt to win back investors fretting about…

Countdown clues sought

The Commerce Commission has begun using its powers to compel people to give up information for its inquiry into alleged blackmail and extortion by supermarket giant…


Speak up for our historic high-rise

In 1966, the shiny new 18-storey, glass-clad Auckland City administration building might not have been the world's tallest skyscraper, but it was the highest in NZ…

Peter Bromhead: Grumpy Old Men

I was slightly puzzled recently when I received an invitation to contribute to a second edition of a title called Grumpy Old Men, writes Peter Bromhead.



Formula exporters face hit

Infant formula companies are shocked after learning the details of new regulations they will face from next month when selling…

Shake-up at Zynga as sales slide

Online game-maker Zynga's founder and former chief executive Mark Pincus is stepping down as chief product officer as the company's sales slide.


US warns Russia of new sanctions

Warning Russia that new economic sanctions are "teed up", United States President Barack Obama accused Moscow of failing to live up to an agreement last week to ease…


Tech Universe: Thursday 24 April

A QUICK HIGH: If you find the lift to the 4th floor slow just think about how lifts work in skyscrapers. In Guangzhou, southern China, is a skyscraper due to be completed…


The Insider: Keeping up with Jones

The news that Murray McCully had offered Shane Jones an ambassadorial role covering the Pacific left a few diplomats gasping. Not because of a diplomatic posting being…

Greg Ansley: Elderly, poor to bear brunt

Treasurer Joe Hockey is preparing to don his economic hairshirt to cut deeply into the Australian Government's spending and services, promising that next month's Budget…



100 best All Blacks - Day 5

NZ Herald senior rugby writer Wynne Gray begins his naming on the 100 Great All Blacks. Day five features five players.

League: A rivalry that defies logic

It's become one of the most unlikely rivalries in the NRL. Despite contrasting histories and vastly different levels of achievement, the Storm and the Warriors often…

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