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Too many products are easier to throw away than fix – NZ consumers deserve a ‘right to repair’
27th Oct 23, 9:08am
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Too many products are easier to throw away than fix – NZ consumers deserve a ‘right to repair’
NZ election 2023: Labour out, National in – either way, neoliberalism wins again, Toby Boraman says
18th Oct 23, 8:49am
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NZ election 2023: Labour out, National in – either way, neoliberalism wins again, Toby Boraman says
New Zealand’s carbon emissions are on the way down – thanks in part to policies now under threat
10th Oct 23, 9:16am
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New Zealand’s carbon emissions are on the way down – thanks in part to policies now under threat
Record immigration will put pressure on NZ’s population, infrastructure and productivity. So where’s the election debate?
9th Oct 23, 3:00pm
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Record immigration will put pressure on NZ’s population, infrastructure and productivity. So where’s the election debate?
Romantic heroes or ‘one of us’ – how we judge political leaders is rarely objective or rational
9th Oct 23, 12:45pm
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Romantic heroes or ‘one of us’ – how we judge political leaders is rarely objective or rational
A study by Massey University has found older people need more personal savings than ever to get by
4th Oct 23, 8:41am
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A study by Massey University has found older people need more personal savings than ever to get by
Suze Wilson says controlling the political narrative is key to winning the NZ election and it's no easy task for Chris Hipkins
20th Sep 23, 10:59am
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Suze Wilson says controlling the political narrative is key to winning the NZ election and it's no easy task for Chris Hipkins
After the election, Christopher Luxon’s real test could come from his right – not the left
13th Sep 23, 9:27am
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After the election, Christopher Luxon’s real test could come from his right – not the left
Japan has gone its own way on fighting inflation so Michael Mouat asks if NZ can learn from a global outlier
17th Aug 23, 4:05pm
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Japan has gone its own way on fighting inflation so Michael Mouat asks if NZ can learn from a global outlier
An additional $128 million will be invested into the tertiary sector to mitigate current financial problems
27th Jun 23, 12:52pm
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An additional $128 million will be invested into the tertiary sector to mitigate current financial problems
Wellbeing is so last year – Labour’s ‘no frills’ budget points to an uninspiring NZ election
16th May 23, 2:20pm
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Wellbeing is so last year – Labour’s ‘no frills’ budget points to an uninspiring NZ election
The IPCC’s calls for emissions cuts have gone unheeded for too long – should it change the way it reports on climate change?
25th Apr 23, 5:00am
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The IPCC’s calls for emissions cuts have gone unheeded for too long – should it change the way it reports on climate change?
Marta Rychert & Chris Wilkins say lobbying regulations are vital to any well functioning democracy, so it’s time NZ got some
21st Apr 23, 9:12am
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Marta Rychert & Chris Wilkins say lobbying regulations are vital to any well functioning democracy, so it’s time NZ got some
Michael Naylor says how and where we build needs to change in the face of more extreme weather and the insurance industry can help
27th Mar 23, 10:22am
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Michael Naylor says how and where we build needs to change in the face of more extreme weather and the insurance industry can help
New Zealand’s childcare is among the most expensive in the world. But tax rebates are not the answer
10th Mar 23, 10:24am
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New Zealand’s childcare is among the most expensive in the world. But tax rebates are not the answer
NZ has a history of prominent public servants who were also outspoken public intellectuals, so what has changed?
9th Mar 23, 1:18pm
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NZ has a history of prominent public servants who were also outspoken public intellectuals, so what has changed?
First the floods, then the diseases – why NZ should brace for outbreaks of spillover infections from animals
8th Mar 23, 2:57pm
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First the floods, then the diseases – why NZ should brace for outbreaks of spillover infections from animals
Resistance to mega-tourism is rising in the South Pacific – but will governments put words into action?
7th Mar 23, 6:44am
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Resistance to mega-tourism is rising in the South Pacific – but will governments put words into action?
A brave new world without a map for employers – are ad-hoc responses the best way forward?
3rd Mar 23, 9:32am
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A brave new world without a map for employers – are ad-hoc responses the best way forward?
‘Build back better’ sounds great in theory, but does the government really know what it means in practice?
27th Feb 23, 2:52pm
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‘Build back better’ sounds great in theory, but does the government really know what it means in practice?
Flood warning: NZ’s critical infrastructure is too important to fail – greater resilience is urgently needed
13th Feb 23, 2:00pm
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Flood warning: NZ’s critical infrastructure is too important to fail – greater resilience is urgently needed
Coalitions, kingmakers and a Rugby World Cup: The calculations already influencing next year’s NZ election
27th Nov 22, 6:00am
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Coalitions, kingmakers and a Rugby World Cup: The calculations already influencing next year’s NZ election
Riley Chance says a low-cost education system that ignores educational quality, reliant on hustling international students is nothing short of ludicrous
3rd Nov 22, 8:00am
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Riley Chance says a low-cost education system that ignores educational quality, reliant on hustling international students is nothing short of ludicrous
Riley Chance questions whether AUT and Massey University really face financial challenges
21st Oct 22, 11:25am
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Riley Chance questions whether AUT and Massey University really face financial challenges
The city as laboratory: what post-quake Christchurch is teaching us about urban recovery and transformation
21st Sep 22, 9:47am
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The city as laboratory: what post-quake Christchurch is teaching us about urban recovery and transformation