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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Some new names on the rich list

    Some new names on the rich list


    South Island property developers Chris and Michaela Meehan and Hawke's Bay farmers Mark and Paul Apatu are among the latest additions to this year's NBR wealth list.

    The Meehans rose to prominence last year with the public listing of Winton Capital, which raised 350-million dollars in an IPO in December -- their net worth is estimated at 600-million dollars.

    The Apatus enter the list with 120-million dollars thanks to Apatu Farms, which produces vegetables from a two-and-a-half thousand hectare block of land.

    Graeme Hart remains the richest person, while Sir Peter Jackson and Dame Fran Walsh join the the billionaire club.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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