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‘It’s important not to overreact’: Australia’s top economists on how to fix high inflation
15th Aug 22, 2:40pm
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‘It’s important not to overreact’: Australia’s top economists on how to fix high inflation
A foot and mouth outbreak in NZ would affect more than agriculture – tourism needs a plan too
9th Aug 22, 1:04pm
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A foot and mouth outbreak in NZ would affect more than agriculture – tourism needs a plan too
Business can no longer ignore extreme heat events – it’s becoming a danger to the bottom line
6th Aug 22, 9:15am
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Business can no longer ignore extreme heat events – it’s becoming a danger to the bottom line
New Zealand is touting a green hydrogen economy, but it will face big environmental and cultural hurdles
4th Aug 22, 8:48am
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New Zealand is touting a green hydrogen economy, but it will face big environmental and cultural hurdles
John Quiggin and Flavio Menezes say there's no case for cutting real wages to fight inflation
28th Jul 22, 11:59am
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John Quiggin and Flavio Menezes say there's no case for cutting real wages to fight inflation
Kevin Trenberth offers a climate change explainer, including the scale of the problem, how to tackle it, and how much this all costs
22nd Jul 22, 12:35pm
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Kevin Trenberth offers a climate change explainer, including the scale of the problem, how to tackle it, and how much this all costs
‘They’re nice to me, I’m nice to them’: new research sheds light on what motivates political party donors in New Zealand
11th Jul 22, 1:51pm
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‘They’re nice to me, I’m nice to them’: new research sheds light on what motivates political party donors in New Zealand
The iPhone turns 15: a look at the past (and future) of one of the 21st century’s most influential devices
1st Jul 22, 8:11am
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The iPhone turns 15: a look at the past (and future) of one of the 21st century’s most influential devices
A $400-a-week shortfall: People in their 40s face a bleak retirement on KiwiSaver’s current trajectory, Ayesha Scott says
29th Jun 22, 10:33am
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A $400-a-week shortfall: People in their 40s face a bleak retirement on KiwiSaver’s current trajectory, Ayesha Scott says
A new farming proposal to reduce carbon emissions involves a lot of trust – and a lot of uncertainty
22nd Jun 22, 9:33am
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A new farming proposal to reduce carbon emissions involves a lot of trust – and a lot of uncertainty
Shovel-ready but not shovel-worthy: how COVID-19 infrastructure projects missed the opportunity to transform the way we live
21st Jun 22, 10:19am
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Shovel-ready but not shovel-worthy: how COVID-19 infrastructure projects missed the opportunity to transform the way we live
Mike Joy says water is becoming a defining political and economic issue. Changing attitudes to its quality and accessibility depends on accurate information – including how water is used to dilute agricultural waste
30th May 22, 1:17pm
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Mike Joy says water is becoming a defining political and economic issue. Changing attitudes to its quality and accessibility depends on accurate information – including how water is used to dilute agricultural waste
Carolyn Hill looks at whose ‘identity’ we are preserving in Auckland’s special character housing areas
27th May 22, 7:47am
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Carolyn Hill looks at whose ‘identity’ we are preserving in Auckland’s special character housing areas
Jane Kelsey says the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework remains an enigma - a high level idea in search of substance
25th May 22, 10:26am
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Jane Kelsey says the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework remains an enigma - a high level idea in search of substance
As Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison seeks reelection, Michelle Grattan looks at what makes him tick
18th May 22, 12:42pm
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As Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison seeks reelection, Michelle Grattan looks at what makes him tick
Air of compromise: NZ’s Emissions Reduction Plan reveals a climate budget that’s long on planning, short on strategy
18th May 22, 10:07am
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Air of compromise: NZ’s Emissions Reduction Plan reveals a climate budget that’s long on planning, short on strategy
If the polls are right, he may soon be the next Australian prime minister. So who is Anthony Albanese?
17th May 22, 5:02pm
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If the polls are right, he may soon be the next Australian prime minister. So who is Anthony Albanese?
How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
17th May 22, 9:57am
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How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
Why the budget should treat public health like transport – vital infrastructure with long-term economic benefits
13th May 22, 1:21pm
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Why the budget should treat public health like transport – vital infrastructure with long-term economic benefits
Even if next week’s budget avoids the issue, it’s time New Zealand seriously considered a wealth tax, Lisa Marriott argues
11th May 22, 10:27am
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Even if next week’s budget avoids the issue, it’s time New Zealand seriously considered a wealth tax, Lisa Marriott argues
With seas rising and storms surging, who will pay for New Zealand’s most vulnerable coastal properties?
3rd May 22, 8:48am
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With seas rising and storms surging, who will pay for New Zealand’s most vulnerable coastal properties?
The value of virtue: Seven reasons why Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s crisis leadership has been so effective
30th Apr 22, 9:27am
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The value of virtue: Seven reasons why Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s crisis leadership has been so effective
David Hall looks at how New Zealand could reduce emissions faster and rely less on offsets to reach net zero
8th Apr 22, 1:41pm
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David Hall looks at how New Zealand could reduce emissions faster and rely less on offsets to reach net zero
IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
5th Apr 22, 9:20am
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IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
Claire Dale details a coming storm for New Zealand’s future retirees: Still renting and not enough savings to avoid poverty
31st Mar 22, 12:07pm
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Claire Dale details a coming storm for New Zealand’s future retirees: Still renting and not enough savings to avoid poverty