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Significant parts of the world are undergoing rapid demographic changes which will cap, even reduce, the global population. This will have big implications for food producers
30th Jun 21, 9:38am
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Significant parts of the world are undergoing rapid demographic changes which will cap, even reduce, the global population. This will have big implications for food producers
Will Labour stand behind the revolutionary proposals contained in He Puapua – the 20-year plan to realise the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Aotearoa/New Zealand?
12th Apr 21, 9:24am
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Will Labour stand behind the revolutionary proposals contained in He Puapua – the 20-year plan to realise the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Aotearoa/New Zealand?
Terry Baucher sees tax cuts and capital gains back on the agenda, the IRD targeting the hospitality industry, and the OECD reckons international tax reform could collect US$100 bln annually
24th Feb 20, 10:15am
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Terry Baucher sees tax cuts and capital gains back on the agenda, the IRD targeting the hospitality industry, and the OECD reckons international tax reform could collect US$100 bln annually
Social impacts of banking crises a relevant consideration for bank capital policy, RBNZ background paper on proposals to increase bank capital requirements says
5th Apr 19, 5:00am
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Social impacts of banking crises a relevant consideration for bank capital policy, RBNZ background paper on proposals to increase bank capital requirements says
With an expat community of over one million New Zealanders living abroad, what are we doing to make use of these people and their skills?
30th Mar 19, 10:16am
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With an expat community of over one million New Zealanders living abroad, what are we doing to make use of these people and their skills?
A Motu Top 10 on festive giving ideas; gender, nature and nurture; lost Einsteins; how Nazis are made; paywalls; potatoes and productivity, Mugabe's lottery win & climate change in the USian mind
8th Dec 17, 10:00am
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A Motu Top 10 on festive giving ideas; gender, nature and nurture; lost Einsteins; how Nazis are made; paywalls; potatoes and productivity, Mugabe's lottery win & climate change in the USian mind
Dealing with foreign property buyers, steel dumping allegations and disputes in the South China Sea - without upsetting the Chinese dragon
7th Sep 16, 3:07pm
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Dealing with foreign property buyers, steel dumping allegations and disputes in the South China Sea - without upsetting the Chinese dragon
Nirmal Nair on benchmarking cities, renewable electricity generation, rising Auckland power bills, Apple Energy, Samsung's cars, Bolivia's white gold, blockchain, an engineering & teaching shortage, Dilbert & more
12th Aug 16, 10:45am
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Nirmal Nair on benchmarking cities, renewable electricity generation, rising Auckland power bills, Apple Energy, Samsung's cars, Bolivia's white gold, blockchain, an engineering & teaching shortage, Dilbert & more
Friday's Top 10: Buffy Gill on whether NZ's dairy empire will be our downfall, whether protein's the next tobacco, the secrets of centenarians, it pays to be green, superfoods for men, Dilbert & more
21st Mar 14, 10:30am
by Guest
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Friday's Top 10: Buffy Gill on whether NZ's dairy empire will be our downfall, whether protein's the next tobacco, the secrets of centenarians, it pays to be green, superfoods for men, Dilbert & more
John Key suggests there may be 'economic benefits' for being in the UN Security Council; David Hood shows how this can be assessed
9th Oct 13, 9:13am
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John Key suggests there may be 'economic benefits' for being in the UN Security Council; David Hood shows how this can be assessed
Opinion: David Chaston looks at whether the global food supply can feed 7 billion people. Your view?
7th Nov 11, 12:40pm
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Opinion: David Chaston looks at whether the global food supply can feed 7 billion people. Your view?
Holiday briefing for Thursday, January 6, 2011
6th Jan 11, 8:01am
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Holiday briefing for Thursday, January 6, 2011