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Leader Simon Bridges says “rolling tax relief” would allow New Zealanders to keep more of what they earn.

Simon Bridges says Tax Working Group findings a 'declaration of war' against farmers

Mr Bridges says the recommendations go much further then just a capital gains tax and will affect "all hard-working New Zealanders".

The Tax Working Group has recommended that checks are made on charities to ensure they are spending their tax exclusions on charitable purposes.

Tax Working Group recommends keeping an eye on how charities are spending their tax savings

There were calls and petitions last year for the Government to remove tax breaks given to religious charities like Sanitarium and Destiny Church.

02:34
The Prime Minister says she’s ‘not ruling anything in or out,’ including implementing a capital gains tax.

Jacinda Ardern not 'ruling anything in or out' after capital gains tax recommended by Working Group

The PM says the coalition Government will "take a little bit of time" to build some consensus over potential tax reform.

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Sir Michael Cullen’s tax working group has said NZ should introduce the controversial tax on property sales.

Capital gains tax recommended by Working Group as well as adjusting lowest income tax rate to create 'fairness' in system

Sir Michael Cullen’s working group estimated a comprehensive capital gains tax would bring in $8 billion over five years.

04:22
Lewis Brown says he's found a new passion in launching Earl's Collection.

Retired Kiwi league player's new fashion label named after dad who committed suicide - 'I'm taking him on this journey'

Former Warrior Lewis Brown says he's found a new passion in launching Earl's Collection.

Skyline Queenstown to expand famous viewing deck in multi-million dollar expansion

The redevelopment will feature new gondolas, a restaurant and a five-storey car park.

01:24
It’s hoped the use of preconstructed panels will speed up the building process, delivering more affordable homes over time.

Fletcher Building announces return to profit

It follows the loss of more than $200 million for the first half of the 2018 financial year.

PM defends Shane Jones Fonterra comments

Fonterra on hunt for farms to supply milk for a2 Milk Company

"These farms will help support new growth areas."

03:09
CFFC’s Tom Hartmann discussed the new tool on TVNZ1’s Breakfast today.

New online Kiwisaver tool designed to help with investment decisions launches today

"It’s a great tool to compare your KiwiSaver funds to give it some context to see how it’s doing among."

02:08
The fashion world along with celebrities have shared tributes on social media.

Karl Lagerfeld, 'creative genious' behind Chanel fashion label dies, aged 85

The German-born designer was remembered as "a giant among men" by those within the industry.

02:07
But critics have pointed out the study was commission by an oil and gas industry group.

Government's oil and gas ban could cost country $28b, new economic analysis finds

But Energy Minister Megan Woods disputed the report's predictions, pointing out it was commissioned by a lobbyist group.

02:39
A 100 per cent interest and fees cap is among moves to stop the vulnerable spiralling into debt.

Salvation Army launches first ethical shopping truck in NZ, aimed at curbing predatory lending

The Good Shop, based in South Auckland, is a roving truck offering access to honest financial advice and quality goods with no added interest.

02:42
That’s if the GCSB’s security concerns can be mitigated, Jacinda Ardern told TVNZ1’s Q+A.

Jacinda Ardern doesn't rule out Huawei having a future role in NZ's 5G network

The Chinese company has been barred from involvement in the development of NZ's 5G network.

FILE - This Tuesday, July 19, 2016, file photo shows the Google logo at the company's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. France’s data privacy watchdog has slapped Google with a 50 million euro ($57 million) fine, in the first penalty for a U.S. tech giant under new European data privacy rules that took effect last year. The National Data Protection Commission said Monday, Jan. 21, 2019 it fined the U.S. internet giant for “lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent” regarding ad personalization for users. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

National worried a NZ tax on Facebook, Uber, Google could lead to retaliation

There is a belief these big companies are not paying their fair share of tax.

04:05
The Bostock brothers say the competitor is trying to steal the goodwill their organic business has worked hard for.

Hawke's Bay organic chicken farmers seethe over big poultry company's look-alike logo

The Bostock brothers say their competitor is trying to steal the goodwill their organic business has worked hard for.

02:05
The EU has confirmed it wants to negotiated the continued use of names for six wine and food products.

Feta, Edam and Parmesan cheese names could be off Kiwi producers' labels

The EU wants to negotiate the continued use of the names of six NZ wine and food products.

01:11
Jacinda Ardern says it's not fair that digital companies can do significant business here without being subject to tax.

Multinational online companies set to face tax - boosting NZ coffers by $30-$80m

Social media networks, trading platforms, online advertising providers and others are in the Government's sights.

Unrecognizable manual worker using circular saw while cutting piece of wood at construction site. His colleagues are in the background.

Online job advertisements increase throughout New Zealand

The number of job advertisements rose by two per cent in the December 2018 quarter.

It’s been forced to withdraw a black jumper which covers the bottom half of the face and has a cut out mouth with large red lips.

Why do some of the world's top fashion brands keep making products that smack of racial insensitivity?

Last week, Gucci removed a sweater off the market after complaints that the oversized collar designed to cover the face resembled blackface makeup.

04:50
The National Party leader accused Winston Peters of acting “cowboy-like” as New Zealand experiences tensions with China.

Bridges accuses Ardern of not taking ownership of 'cowboy-like' Winston Peters amid strained NZ-China relationship

The National Party leader talked about "the deterioration in our relationship," on TVNZ1's Breakfast today.

shipping container terminal at dusk,  modern harbor and global trade background

New Zealand goods still clearing Chinese border, MPI says

Fishing company Sanford said it's having issues getting salmon exports to China cleared through the country's ports.

03:17
Marrying into farm life was a tough transition for Monique Neeson, but she found a way to pull her weight.

Former townie helps revive family farm's fortunes with NZ-made blankets

Falling wool prices got Monique Neeson thinking on Awarima Station in the King Country.

00:43
Mr Davis says the story is only an issue because Peter Goodfellow has ties to both National and Sanford, the company reportedly having issues getting their produce into China.

Kelvin Davis accuses National of trying to 'economically sabotage NZ' over China export fears

Mr Davis says the story is only an issue because Peter Goodfellow has ties to both National and Sanford, the company reportedly having issues getting their produce into China.

Green light given to dump more sludge near Great Barrier Island

Coastal Resources Limited dredges material from sites around Auckland and Waikato, including marinas.

Amazon dumps NYC headquarters and its promised 25,000 jobs

The company had planned to spend $3.6 billion building the New York office.

00:43
Chris Roberts ays the article “has only one comment from traveller who does not want to come to New Zealand”.

Tourism Industry Aotearoa tries to quell fears of boycott of New Zealand by Chinese travellers

"There is one comment about one traveller who does not want to come to New Zealand."

00:22
Less than 14 years after its maiden flight, barely a decade after it started carrying passengers, the A380 is being mothballed.

Too big to sell? Airbus to halt construction of mega A380 after demand stalls

Barely a decade after it started carrying passengers, the A380 is being mothballed.

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