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Police have lost an appeal to seize fraudster Joanne Harrison's KiwiSaver funds.
Joanne Harrison defrauded the Ministry of Transport of just over $780,000.
More than 3 million people are now in KiwiSaver.
"It's very powerful to save even quite small amounts over long periods," says Mary Holm.
The underlying strength of the economy in the past 18 months offers some comfort.
Darling Group grows avocados, kiwifruit, blueberries and citrus in New Zealand.
First home buyers' scheme heading for the lowest number of grants ever paid out.
Steve Braunias meets Tim Fairhall, who fought the law and the law lost.
On losing its default status and its massive growth.
Mid-year results in the Herald Brokers Picks game don't all reflect the NZX-50 returns.
The bank recently missed out on being reappointed a default provider.
Australia is set to move its rate up from 9.5pc to 12 per cent over the next four years.
But there is no firm timeframe on when it will it will happen.
Former Ministry of Transport senior manager stole $750,000 from the organisation.
KiwiSaver's default funds will move from conservative to balanced in December.
Around 300,000 members with $3.57 billion invested could be moved to other providers.
The changes affect 381,000 Kiwis.
The number of default providers will shrink from nine to six.
Kiwi Wealth has already committed more than $100m to private equity investments.
A dog, two babies and three much-loved homes - a lot's happened since 2016.
New Kiwi Wealth CEO talks about being promoted from a part-time role.
Online advice platform to offer a mix of digital and human advice.