Kate Ross says people in the 45 plus age bracket are being underutilised.
Employers need to give the ageing workforce more of a chance, expert says
The pressure’s ramping up thanks to President Trump’s trade arguments with China and Mexico.
'We should get used to this,' says expert amid share market turbulence
Local sharemarket has worst day in seven months
1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch McKay explains.
Does Budget 2019 go far enough to address poverty?
Vicky Freeman says she was forced out of Auckland due to the cost of living.
Budget 2019 model quit New Zealand for Australia due to cost of living
Gabriel Makhlouf is under fire after complaining to police over a claimed hack of information from its website, something that has a much simpler explanation.
John Armstrong's opinion: Grant Robertson and Treasury boss should resign over Budget data leak
Memory Brown says the Budget will give her an extra $10 per week, just enough for milk and bread.
Auckland mother of nine disappointed at lack of support after today's Budget announcement
Funding for cannabis referendum, gun buy back scheme included in Budget 2019
Mr Bridges has expressed a dismal view of today’s wellbeing budget announcement.
Simon Bridges says a National government would've prioritised health, education, infrastructure and tax relief in Budget 2019
National’s Finance spokesperson reacts to Grant Robertson’s wellbeing budget.
Budget 2019 'disappointing' to middle NZ, mental health funding 'well under-cooked' - Amy Adams
Mr Bagrie says the Government won’t be hitting fiscal targets in five years’ time.
Social investment from Budget 2019 will come at a fiscal loss says top economist
“It’s about outcomes… The things that this Government have decided that this country has been deficient in,” Dallow said.
Analysis: 1 NEWS’ Jessica Mutch McKay and Simon Dallow break down Budget 2019
New Zealand money.
Billions for tackling suicide rates and child poverty, but hacking allegations threaten to overshadow wellbeing budget
Budget basics: Priorities and pre-Budget announcements ahead of tomorrow's opening of the books
Rising commodity prices and taxes are partly to blame.
Petrol prices climbing again as taxes and commodity prices rise
Dr Bodo Lang from the University of Auckland explains.
With Queen's Birthday sales approaching, will you actually saving money at the till?
Macadamia growers working to stop guava moths spoiling crops
Shamubeel Eaqub’s comments come after the Government changed its debt target from 20 per cent of GDP to 15 to 25 per cent of GDP.
Anyone who says NZ shouldn't borrow money is 'fiscally illiterate', says top economist after Government changes debt target
The Finance Minister says he’ll still meet his targets but if he’s still in the job next election, he’ll have more wriggle room.
National says Government breaking borrowing promise
The lowest number of houses were sold in the last month of the year, for seven years, nationwide.
LVR restrictions improve financial stability during hot housing market - Reserve Bank
In an embarrassing flip-flop, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been forced to ditch the controversial capital gains tax.
Winston Peters, Jacinda Ardern send mixed messages over KiwiSaver changes
Baskets of eggs to the Chinese market
Egg prices soar to record high as farmers shift away from caged hens
New Zealand cash, money or currency. Notes and coins
Banks start cutting mortgage rates after OCR lowered for first time in over two years
Anti-poverty groups are disappointed a social investment approach is being entrenched in legislation.
Auckland anti-poverty group calls on Government to pay back sole parents who've had benefits sanctioned
1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch McKay says there is a silver lining for the PM, despite today’s blow.
Labour's re-election chances 'a little bit easier' with capital gains tax u-turn - Jessica Mutch McKay
The Tax Working Group chair says he's disappointed but not surprised the Government isn't adopting its recommendation.
Winston Peters '100 per cent' behind ditching of capital gains tax - Sir Michael Cullen
Simon Bridges
Simon Bridges says 'a range of taxes' still on the table after Government backdown on capital gains tax
1 NEWS reporter Helen Castles reports from Panguru on the Hokianga Harbour.
Panguru, one of New Zealand's most deprived towns, receives Government visit of hope
Bridges cites 'eight jobs created by Provincial Growth Fund' in exchange with Ardern as illustration of Government's poor economic policy
A record 3.8 million people visited New Zealand to the year to June last year.
Luxury hotel shortage amid tourism boom spurs move to lure overseas investors to NZ