‘Fonterra’s selective and unrealistic view’
Rod Oram is unconvinced by Fonterra’s confidence it can turn around Beingmate and thinks the cooperative needs a change of chairman and culture.
The Spierings-Wilson era no great success
Theo Spierings and John Wilson ran Fonterra as a double act for six years. Now Spierings is going and Wilson faces an awkward re-election. Their legacy is not great, writes Bernard Hickey.
Ardern is the Helen Key of politics
There comes a time for every PM when the very multi-dimensional gnarliness of the job makes them tense up.
NZDF’s $2b aircraft plans postponed
Defence Minister Ron Mark says the Government has secured more time to consider a billion-dollar military investment.
Peters talks China and NZ’s global citizenship
Winston Peters sat down with Sam Sachdeva in Rarotonga to discuss his vision for the Pacific, China, and NZ’s duty as a global leader.
Cook Islands faces the price of success
The Cook Islands is one of the Pacific’s success stories - but success comes with its own challenges, as Sam Sachdeva reports.
Pension win for Pacific countries
Residents of realm countries won’t have to return to NZ late in life to get Super, as PM loosens “unsatisfactory” rules.
Tonga takes stock after Gita devastation
After its worst storm in 60 years, Tonga picks up the pieces - and New Zealand is at the forefront of aid.