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Report Highlights Government Stupidity On Obesity

Monday, 13 July, 2009 - 11:36

News that New Zealand has the third highest rate in the OECD shows that the Government needs to make fighting obesity its top health priority, said the Green Party today.

ANZO Reports A 5.15 Percent Decline In Portfolio Value Since March

Monday, 13 July, 2009 - 11:30

AMP NZ Office Trust (ANZO), New Zealand's largest listed investor in prime commercial office property, has reported an unrealised $72.25 million, reduction in the value of its portfolio for the three months to 30 June 2009.

British Tax Man Eyes Ex-Pat Estates In New Zealand

Monday, 13 July, 2009 - 09:37

Britons settled in New Zealand should not assume that they are immune from UK inheritance tax, even if they have taken New Zealand citizenship, warns Auckland-based Ken Holmes Financial Services.

Taxes Aren't Good For Us, John!

Friday, 10 July, 2009 - 12:47

"John Key's official holiday in Niue has so far included dancing, feasts and drinking kava. When Michael Jones described Noni juice as leaving 'a bad taste, despite being good for you', Key apparently said this was 'A bit like raising taxes,' according to The Dominion Post."

Profits Before People Under National

Friday, 10 July, 2009 - 11:45

National has proved it's more interested in profits than people by allowing nearly 500 jobs at New Zealand Post to be cut while accepting millions of dollars in dividends from the State Owned Enterprise, Labour State Services Spokesperson Grant Robertson said today. "

Dunne: Cook Islands Tax Info Agreement Big Step Forward

Friday, 10 July, 2009 - 10:10

The Tax Information Exchange Agreement signed by New Zealand and the Cook Islands today provides for full exchange of information on criminal and civil tax matters between the two countries, Revenue Minister Peter Dunne said.

Cook Islands Agree To Tax Information Exchange

Friday, 10 July, 2009 - 09:44

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and Cook Islands Prime Minister Jim Marurai signed a Tax Information Exchange Agreement between their two countries as part of international efforts to strengthen cooperation in this area.

G8 Supports Global Sectoral Approach For Aviation

Friday, 10 July, 2009 - 09:34

9 July 2009 (Geneva) - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the G8 leaders' support for a global sectoral approach in dealing with aviation's emissions in the post-2012 period on the way to a 50% reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Property Consultant Jailed For Tax, Gst Evasion

Thursday, 9 July, 2009 - 15:58

Wellington, July 9 NZPA - An Auckland property consultant and former chartered accountant was today jailed for 2-1/2 years for evading tax estimated to exceed $200,000.

CTU Welcomes Wages And Redundancy Deal For Metal Workers

Thursday, 9 July, 2009 - 15:52

The CTU today welcomed the settlement of the Metal Trades Multi-employer Collective Agreement.