Where is our ‘billionaire’ Mikhail Khimich?
A Russian rich lister who once mixed with the rich and famous here but struck business troubles and a drink driving prosecution, is stuck back in Moscow -- with increasing questions over his personal and business background.
Legal threat to suppress clinical study
Sir Ray Avery tried to suppress publication of a clinical study carried out at Auckland Hospital showing that an intravenous drip controller he was promoting didn’t work as well as expected.
Can Ray Avery turn promises into reality?
Eloise Gibson examines the story behind Ray Avery’s proposed baby incubator and the troubled journey to its fundraising concert.
Bad Things Happen: Fees, fees, fees
Banks make big profits from the fees they charge customers – but many fees have no direct relation to how much it costs the bank to provide the services. Part 3 in our Bad Things Happen banking inquiry.