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Levels of unpaid GST triple, and PAYE and KiwiSaver debts double, since 2017.
The problem isn't too much demand; it's too little supply, says Fisher Funds David McLeish
Children aren't the only ones who are being hurt by the decline of our education system.
MP who was caught up in the battle between Simon Bridges and Judith Collins calls time.
Did Grant Robertson get the balance between spending too much and too little right?
Average household has already forked out around $5500 in extra taxes to help pay for it.
The Budget gets quite a lot right, but that doesn't make it great.
OPINION: Kiwis have not yet been weaned off the Government's Covid teat.
OPINION: Christopher Luxon and Nicola Willis looked stunned.
Treasury has warned that inflation will hit the Government's finances.
Te Pāti Māori has slammed the funding, which makes up just 2 per cent of health spending.
Ill patients say lack of Budget funding for new drugs means some of them will die sooner.
Counter-terrorism and cyberwar protection get millions in today's Budget.
The new public broadcaster will be switched on in July next year.
Aside from Govt's big climate spend, Budget 2022 comes with some other green bonuses.
Tune in for our live coverage and the key points of today's Budget.
Government's Budget contains more than $200m for detailed plans for light rail.
The Greens have also called for more support to address 'inequality crisis'.
ANALYSIS: It's a Budget that will make many people ask 'Is that all there is?'
Almost every sector gets a funding boost in the Budget.
It comes as the sector moves away from the decile system.
But managing expectations around health, will be a challenge, writes Audrey Young.
Benefit changes are expected to lift up to 14,000 more children out of poverty.
Big jump in some price caps for aspiring first home owners - but prices vary nationwide.
New payments, fuel tax and public transport relief have been extended.