Bernard’s Pick of the News Links - Nov 1
Smellie on the crucifixion of Phil Twyford; Could cash become commercially unviable; Westpac now sees no RBNZ rate cut next month; ANZ profit down
Pattrick Smellie (ShareChat) An alternative view on the crucifixion of Phil Twyford
Luke Malpass (Stuff): Govt shows temporary budget deficit
Boris Jancic (Herald): APEC cancellation 'couldn't come at worse time'
Jane Patterson( RNZ): Plans to combat misinformation in election-year referendum debates
Katie Scotcher (RNZ): Abuse in Care inquiry: 'Terrible' treatment of children in 1970s, advocate says
Tracey Roxburgh (ODT): Minister wants conferences spread around
Libby Wilson (Waikato Times): $12m Government boost for Waikato Regional Theatre project
Brent Melville (ODT): FMA has stern words about life insurance industry conduct
Tom Pullar-Strecker (Stuff): 'Positive signs' in latest survey of business confidence, says ANZ
Susan Edmunds(Stuff):'We've faced our own challenges,' ANZ boss says reporting $1.8b profit
Tracy Neal (RNZ): Port Nelson getting ready to handle larger ships
Phil Pennington(RNZ): Building products certifier CertMark allowed to carry on despite failing reviews
Jane Patterson (RNZ): Plans to combat misinformation in election-year referendum debates
Matthew Littlewood (Timaru Herald): National Party's Todd Muller says dairying in the Mackenzie should be a 'no-go'
Susan Edmunds(Stuff): 'Earning 100 times what others do is beyond many people's comprehension'
Colleen Hawkes (Waikato Times): On the ladder: Building a Passive House on first-home budget
Joanne Holden (Timaru Herald): Historic Waimate homestead tested as accommodation over Waimate 50 weekend
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