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Medical cannabis could have a huge impact on the lives of those in chronic pain, some say.
New York Times: It's time to rethink when to upgrade your iPhone.
Fonterra a slow learner on transparency: director election information fail.
We say: Airlines have warned before about fuel supply issues - No excuse for inaction now.
Comment: Scale of the liability in Christchurch should concern all New Zealanders.
Turakina is more than one of those places which you pass through on the way to somewhere.
The internet is surprising easy to break.
COMMENT: Our "rock star" economy was nothing more than a debt-fuelled mirage.
Consumer says you're probably already covered by your home and contents policy.
Financial Times: World's biggest bank continues to thrive despite recession fears.
Reputation expert Dr Chris Galloway on why Labour needs to keep Jacindamania alive.
How businesses need to adjust to new measures.
Financial Times: World has changed in ways that some men still don't seem to understand.
Devonport dry dock could head to Northport.
Making default funds better is a key priority
New York Times: Company's first boss provides a blast from the entertainment giant's past.
FT: Analysts say it could take months to fix damage at Abqaiq oil processing plant.
For $4.49m you could buy a mansion in the Mount - or this superyacht.
A look at the week's business news in Hawke's Bay.
COMMENT: Time to unplug disincentives for heavy electricity users.
We say: Withdrawal of trust is inevitable when firms don't act on customer concerns.
Wellington-based startup raises money at $64m valuation.
FT: Many M&A deals take no account of the extreme human cost in disruption and anxiety.
NZ's small banks are using a fin-tech to allow them to compete with the majors.
The combination of a low NZ dollar with high oil prices could be an expensive cocktail.
The government is pushing EVs - what about bikes?
Not moving often biggest killer of productivity, physio-turned-business owner says.
Which bank received the most complaints?
Comment: Netflix series Cowboy Bebop is a significant milestone for filming in Auckland.
If Crown Law didn't draft the initial terms, who would?
Data out this week is expected to show the economy remains in slowdown mode.
Financial Times: The maverick hedgie on making suits badass — and coming out at 48
Financial Times: String of box office flops leaves distributors wary.
COMMENT: Clash of ideologies in Hong Kong puts NZ's diplomatic dilemmas in perspective.
COMMENT: No matter how old you are, make money your friend.
Comment: Some are totally blinded by their ideological belief EVs will save the planet.
They were some of the bogeymen of the boom years. But what did house flippers really do?
A field guide to the wonderland beyond traditional TV.
Jacinda Ardern vulnerable to credibility gap.
COMMENT: Now that hope has failed to deliver, Labour's next move will be project fear.
Car share wars heat up.
COMMENT: Latest report offers little reason to hope market can be turned around.
Financial Times: Inquiry adds to pressure on Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple.
The busiest operators flipped more than 10 homes each, every year of the boom.
Financial Times: Staunch independence makes less sense in deflationary times.
EDITORIAL: Unbridled greed played no small part in the housing crisis.
Financial Times: WeWork pledges to appoint lead independent director.
COMMENT: If you're leaving, what's the risk that you won't be able to buy back in?
Financial Times: Tech's unicorn era is having its Wall St moment — and it is not pretty.
My sister has mental health issues and is of retirement age, but won't leave our home.
Financial Times: Scientists are racing to find ways to conserve the rainforest.
Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala's family took quite a trek before he arrived here.
Can flying the Tasman be more like a domestic trip? Don't hold your breath.
Social networks put a number of safeguards in place but have resisted sweeping changes.
The Inland Revenue Department was the applicant creditor.
Financial Times: Classifying gig workers as employees sounds expensive.
New York Times: The men bucked norms and were punished with demotions and pay cuts.
The Capital Markets 2029 report had a surprising focus.
KiwiRail needs years of taxpayer help, says its boss. Just as well this Government agrees.
Even when the trends are in our favour, NZ keeps running up giant deficits.