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Girol Karacaoglu suggests we need to move away from a price (interest-rate) centred monetary policy implementation regime and we need to control the growth of the aggregate balance sheet of the banking system
27th Feb 24, 8:35am
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Girol Karacaoglu suggests we need to move away from a price (interest-rate) centred monetary policy implementation regime and we need to control the growth of the aggregate balance sheet of the banking system
In its rush to bin the Productivity Commission, the new government should pause and consider its advice on immigration, Gareth Vaughan says
6th Dec 23, 11:42am
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In its rush to bin the Productivity Commission, the new government should pause and consider its advice on immigration, Gareth Vaughan says
Christian Yao says China’s youth unemployment problem has become a crisis we can no longer ignore
10th Oct 23, 2:44pm
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Christian Yao says China’s youth unemployment problem has become a crisis we can no longer ignore
Week 2 of the election campaign draws to a close with actual policy announcements and political theatre balancing out
15th Sep 23, 10:32am
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Week 2 of the election campaign draws to a close with actual policy announcements and political theatre balancing out
Stephen Agnew argues that financial education has its limits, meaning if we want New Zealanders to be better with money, we need to start at home
28th Aug 23, 11:00am
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Stephen Agnew argues that financial education has its limits, meaning if we want New Zealanders to be better with money, we need to start at home
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Academics specialising in entrepreneurship support calls by GEN NZ for a more entrepreneurial culture to be developed at a young age in NZ
21st Aug 23, 2:55pm
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Academics specialising in entrepreneurship support calls by GEN NZ for a more entrepreneurial culture to be developed at a young age in NZ
Entrepreneur group sends open letter to politicians promoting a manifesto supporting their sector
18th Aug 23, 8:18am
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Entrepreneur group sends open letter to politicians promoting a manifesto supporting their sector
Murray Grimwood looks at the importance of knowledge, education and critical thinking in a finite world
10th Jul 23, 2:24pm
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Murray Grimwood looks at the importance of knowledge, education and critical thinking in a finite world
Comprehensive review of university funding unveiled as government asks them to co-operate more in the wake of a funding grant to help them through crisis
28th Jun 23, 5:00am
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Comprehensive review of university funding unveiled as government asks them to co-operate more in the wake of a funding grant to help them through crisis
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
Hipkins' China visit occurs in the context of a worsening relationship between NZ’s largest trading partner and its traditional security partners
27th Jun 23, 6:40am
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Hipkins' China visit occurs in the context of a worsening relationship between NZ’s largest trading partner and its traditional security partners
Budget 2023/24's spending allocations for Housing
31st May 23, 10:13am
Budget 2023/24's spending allocations for Housing
Budget 2023/24's spending allocations for Education from early childhood, to vocational and tertiary levels
26th May 23, 12:11pm
Budget 2023/24's spending allocations for Education from early childhood, to vocational and tertiary levels
Budget 2023/24 - Summary of all spending plans
20th May 23, 10:00am
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Budget 2023/24 - Summary of all spending plans
Education Minister Jan Tinetti says $300m in new funding will help prevent overcrowding in schools
15th May 23, 10:55am
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Education Minister Jan Tinetti says $300m in new funding will help prevent overcrowding in schools
Nick Munn argues parliament now has to justify keeping the voting age at 18 – it’s a hard argument to make
22nd Nov 22, 2:15pm
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Nick Munn argues parliament now has to justify keeping the voting age at 18 – it’s a hard argument to make
Productivity Commission Chairman Ganesh Nana argues that New Zealand needs a major reset of immigration policy
14th Nov 22, 10:05am
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Productivity Commission Chairman Ganesh Nana argues that New Zealand needs a major reset of immigration policy
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
Chris Trotter says the scarcely believable tale of professional failure across New Zealand’s education system is something we would not tolerate in any other sector
24th Oct 22, 9:21am
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Chris Trotter says the scarcely believable tale of professional failure across New Zealand’s education system is something we would not tolerate in any other sector
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
Only by excluding the cultural achievements of the past, the Arts Council suggests, can any artistic endeavour hope to 'show relevance'
17th Oct 22, 9:35am
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Only by excluding the cultural achievements of the past, the Arts Council suggests, can any artistic endeavour hope to 'show relevance'
The critical question confronting New Zealand, writes Chris Trotter, is whether we any longer have the resources to repair our physical and human infrastructure?
1st Aug 22, 8:09am
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The critical question confronting New Zealand, writes Chris Trotter, is whether we any longer have the resources to repair our physical and human infrastructure?
Budget 2022/23's spending allocations for Education from early childhood, to vocational and tertiary levels
27th May 22, 11:57am
Budget 2022/23's spending allocations for Education from early childhood, to vocational and tertiary levels
Budget 2022/23 - Summary of all spending plans
20th May 22, 2:51pm
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Budget 2022/23 - Summary of all spending plans
Māori healers recall a time when 'words had power'. The words that give substance to ideas, no matter how radical, still do, writes Chris Trotter, but only if our representatives rediscover the courage to speak them out loud
9th May 22, 7:53am
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Māori healers recall a time when 'words had power'. The words that give substance to ideas, no matter how radical, still do, writes Chris Trotter, but only if our representatives rediscover the courage to speak them out loud