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Ross Stitt updates the NSW experience with Omicron, a fast-moving set of issues that local leaders are hoping will pass quickly. But the locals aren't so sure just yet with significant self-lockdown behaviour having big economic effects
27th Jan 22, 12:14pm
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Ross Stitt updates the NSW experience with Omicron, a fast-moving set of issues that local leaders are hoping will pass quickly. But the locals aren't so sure just yet with significant self-lockdown behaviour having big economic effects
Chris Trotter ponders whether Jacinda Ardern's Labour Party has found the same electoral sweet-spot that kept John Key’s National Party in the mid-to-high 40s for the best part of a decade
28th Jun 21, 9:44am
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Chris Trotter ponders whether Jacinda Ardern's Labour Party has found the same electoral sweet-spot that kept John Key’s National Party in the mid-to-high 40s for the best part of a decade
Chris Trotter muses on whether the Covid-19 crisis is ushering in a major shift in New Zealand foreign policy centring on a tilt away from Beijing and a cosying up to Washington
11th May 20, 8:52am
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Chris Trotter muses on whether the Covid-19 crisis is ushering in a major shift in New Zealand foreign policy centring on a tilt away from Beijing and a cosying up to Washington
Chris Trotter looks to the 1930s for lessons on how to dig today's world out of a Covid-19 economic crisis and finds that supporting what works, rather than what was supposed to work, is the way to go
14th Apr 20, 8:00am
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Chris Trotter looks to the 1930s for lessons on how to dig today's world out of a Covid-19 economic crisis and finds that supporting what works, rather than what was supposed to work, is the way to go
Kiwi in China Joseph Judd says there’s enough evidence available to warrant an urgent review and change in New Zealand’s current stance on the use of face masks
3rd Apr 20, 4:20pm
by Guest
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Kiwi in China Joseph Judd says there’s enough evidence available to warrant an urgent review and change in New Zealand’s current stance on the use of face masks
Allan Barber reports on the red meat sector's views of the future, and their place in the food chain - including being "really bold to get ahead of the game on climate and environmental change" - while staying science-based
5th Aug 19, 4:49pm
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Allan Barber reports on the red meat sector's views of the future, and their place in the food chain - including being "really bold to get ahead of the game on climate and environmental change" - while staying science-based
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
Pigeonholed in some quarters as a permabear, John Mauldin says he's actually an optimistic person who is confident in the future of humanity
19th Dec 17, 7:39am
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Pigeonholed in some quarters as a permabear, John Mauldin says he's actually an optimistic person who is confident in the future of humanity
Opinion: The long-term poisoning of our rural soils with the heavy metal cadmium threatens vast tracts of rural land and will soon affect the exportability of crops and animals says scientist Mike Joy
23rd Aug 12, 5:00pm
by Guest
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Opinion: The long-term poisoning of our rural soils with the heavy metal cadmium threatens vast tracts of rural land and will soon affect the exportability of crops and animals says scientist Mike Joy