A Good Return

By Matt Nippert in

Issue 3503 30th Jun 2007

Government agencies investing more than $27 billion of public money are required to "avoid prejudice to New Zealand's reputation as a responsible member of the world community". How are they doing?

Paying by the rules

By Joanne Black in

Issue 3503 30th Jun 2007

To many people, the regulation of financial markets might have sounded as dry as dust - until the announcement that David Richwhite and Sir Michael Fay had agreed to pay $20 million to settle an insider trading case brought against them by the Securities Commission.

Discoveries of the POLL

By Denis Welch in

Issue 3503 30th Jun 2007

Good news! The Listener readers' poll, last seen in 2001 - is alive and well and living in several cardboard boxes in an Auckland office. As usual, your quiet common sense and innate Kiwi practicality showed through, with nearly everyone remembering to stamp their envelopes. Top stuff. And now, if you'll

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