Corin Dann

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It comes after months of talk of low business confidence.

Corin Dann's analysis: Amid a month of political turmoil, NZ economy a big bright spot for the Government

The Opposition has been spoilt for choice in its attacks, but that could be changing.

01:45
They want the government to resist pressure to make any late changes.

Unions urge Labour against making changes to flagship employment reform after NZ First calls bill a 'work in progress'

Labour's coalition partner NZ First this week signalled it may seek late changes to the legislation.

01:55
Gareth Morgan quits politics and disbands The Opportunities Party (TOP), Phil Goff bans two activists from using council venues and President Trump trashes NATO & endorses Boris Johnson for UK PM

Q+A: TOP disbands, blocked far-right activists and Boris Johnson for UK PM

Corin Dann looks at the questions and answers dominating the news this week.

01:47
Corin Dann’s political questions and answers of the week.

Q+A from the week: Fluoridation, Winston Peters and US tariffs

Corin Dann’s political questions and answers of the week.

10:49
Mr Orr gives his opinion on why he thinks New Zealand’s financial sector is in good shape.

Full interview: Reserve Bank’s new Governor Adrian Orr

Mr Orr gives his opinion on why he thinks New Zealand’s financial sector is in good shape.

19:39
Corin Dann is joined by Mainfreight managing director Don Braid this week.

Q+A Business Podcast 7: NZ's largest logistics company moves away from fossil fuels

Corin Dann is joined by Mainfreight managing director Don Braid this week.

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NZ Government finances 'comfortable' says IMF, in positive report on our economy

The IMF has today delivered its two-yearly review of the New Zealand economy.

22:36
Corin Dann looks expectations ahead of the budget and speaks to Nick Goodall Head of Research at Corelogic NZ about the outlook for the housing market.

Q+A: Housing market constrained by cautious lenders - CoreLogic NZ

Nick Goodall says tighter bank lending has curbed growth in the housing market.

22:36
Corin Dann looks expectations ahead of the budget and speaks to Nick Goodall Head of Research at Corelogic NZ about the outlook for the housing market.

Q+A: Are foreign buyers rushing to beat the ban?

Property data analysts CoreLogic NZ says there appears to have been an increase in foreign buyer activity in the Auckland housing market.

24:44
Business NZ chief executive Kirk Hope talks to Corin Dann about recent changes at the Reserve Bank and business confidence under the new Government.

Q+A Business Podcast 4: Business confidence under the new Government

Business NZ chief executive Kirk Hope joins host Corin Dann this week.

12:21
Q+A host Corin Dann seeks clarity on the government's stance on Russia in the wake of the nerve agent attack in the UK.

Full interview: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern sits down with Corin Dann after a challenging week for her leadership

Q+A host Corin Dann seeks clarity on the government's stance on Russia in the wake of the nerve agent attack in the UK.

09:07
Corin Dann talks to Marilyn Waring about equal pay, unpaid work and her thoughts on what needs to be done.

Leading NZ feminist talks about the fight for equal rights

Corin Dann talks to Marilyn Waring about equal pay, unpaid work and her thoughts on what needs to be done.

01:39
Josie Pagani, Efeso Collins and Fran O'Sullivan give their thoughts on this week.

Hits and misses: Q+A panel on what worked, and what didn't this week

Josie Pagani, Efeso Collins and Fran O'Sullivan give their thoughts on this week.

15:37
Grant Robertson talks social dividends, are pay rises on the cards for teachers?

Full interview: Finance Minister with Q+A's Corin Dann talking tax, pay rises and balancing the books

Grant Robertson talks social dividends, are pay rises on the cards for teachers?

01:17
At 48 per cent, the Labour Party's figures are at its highest level in 15 years, but it comes at the expense of its support partners.

Labour soars to highest level in 15 years in new 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll

Labour is at 48 per cent, up nine points on December, while National has slipped three to 43 per cent.

03:43
It was a big year for all of New Zealand’s politicians.

1 NEWS takes a look back on the extraordinary year in politics

It was a big year for all of New Zealand’s politicians.

01:16
The Finance Minister said meeting the Government's 100 days fiscal plan impacts was largely paid for by repealing National's tax cuts.

Labour delivers on election promises in mini-budget and keeps books in the black, although there is limited wriggle room

Treasury is forecasting a budget surplus of $2.5 billion in 2018 and $2.8 billion in 2019.

02:02
It’s a critical time for the New Zealand government, and provides a look into the country’s future financial decisions.

Graphic explainer: The mini-budget - what it is, why you should give a toss

It's a critical time for the New Zealand government when the mini-budget's delivered.

02:43
Our Q+A 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll shows National's support up, while the coalition partners combined stay much the same.

New post-election poll shows Labour has missed out on traditional support bounce

The Q+A Colmar Brunton poll also, however, revealed a big jump in support for Jacinda Ardern as preferred Prime Minister.

Mobiles to be included in 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll for the first time in bid to reach more young voters

Political Editor Corin Dann explains why the change is being made from this weekend.

Ministry of Health called 'weak' in scathing new report

The Health Minister says the report is an indictment on the previous Government's nine years of neglect.

00:56
He said there needs to be more regard to China’s challenges before criticising it over its freedoms and laws.

Winston Peters quotes Janis Joplin to warn against rushed judgement of China's freedom and laws

"Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose" he told the crowd.

10:17
Controversial Israeli reporter Gideon Levy has become a harsh critic of his government's treatment of Palestinian people.

Full interview: 'There'll always be excuses for no resolution' – No peace insight for Israel, Palestine says journalist

Controversial Israeli reporter Gideon Levy has become a harsh critic of his government's treatment of Palestinian people.

00:34
More than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh since fighting broke out in the region.

'There's an enormous need' – NZ following 'diplomatic channels' on Myanmar crisis

More than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence.

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