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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
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
Shane Jones says NZ First wants 'credible, fully independent inquiry into Covid-19 response' including consideration of compensation for people who lost jobs over vaccine mandate
11th Oct 23, 1:09pm
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Shane Jones says NZ First wants 'credible, fully independent inquiry into Covid-19 response' including consideration of compensation for people who lost jobs over vaccine mandate
Treasury has tried to put a price on the Government's anti-smoking campaign but admits it can't really be sure
13th Sep 23, 6:50am
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Treasury has tried to put a price on the Government's anti-smoking campaign but admits it can't really be sure
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
Chris Trotter says the only way to come anywhere near a true equality of outcomes, is to build a system sufficiently well-resourced to accommodate the needs of all New Zealand’s citizens – when they need them
26th Jun 23, 8:29am
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Chris Trotter says the only way to come anywhere near a true equality of outcomes, is to build a system sufficiently well-resourced to accommodate the needs of all New Zealand’s citizens – when they need them
Cutting GST on fresh produce won’t help those most in need, a targeted approach works better, Ranjana Gupta says
16th Jun 23, 12:33pm
by Guest
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Cutting GST on fresh produce won’t help those most in need, a targeted approach works better, Ranjana Gupta says
A rerun of the election debate on the age of eligibility for NZ Super ignores the real costs and the real unsolved problems for both paying for superannuation and making it fair
4th Jun 23, 3:16pm
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A rerun of the election debate on the age of eligibility for NZ Super ignores the real costs and the real unsolved problems for both paying for superannuation and making it fair
COVID-19’s total cost to the economy in US will reach US$14 trillion by end of 2023 – new research
22nd May 23, 3:54pm
by Guest
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COVID-19’s total cost to the economy in US will reach US$14 trillion by end of 2023 – new research
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
NZ’s health system has been under pressure for decades. Reforms need to think big and long-term to be effective
8th Feb 23, 9:32am
by Guest
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NZ’s health system has been under pressure for decades. Reforms need to think big and long-term to be effective
A civilisation in which the law may be broken with impunity will not remain a civilisation very long – writes Chris Trotter
16th Jan 23, 8:47am
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A civilisation in which the law may be broken with impunity will not remain a civilisation very long – writes Chris Trotter
It would be wrong to think that the triumph of misinformation and disinformation is a new thing, writes Chris Trotter
12th Dec 22, 8:59am
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It would be wrong to think that the triumph of misinformation and disinformation is a new thing, writes Chris Trotter
Covid-19 Royal Commission to probe health and economic response through election year
5th Dec 22, 5:11pm
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Covid-19 Royal Commission to probe health and economic response through election year
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
by Guest
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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 gives his take on Stuff Circuit’s Fire and Fury documentary
15th Aug 22, 6:45am
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Chris Trotter gives his take on Stuff Circuit’s Fire and Fury documentary
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?
Both parties assume New Zealand must keep tax and net debt around 30% of GDP. Bernard Hickey argues this assumption underpins the fatally flawed model NZ Inc is addicted to
12th Jul 22, 7:04pm
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Both parties assume New Zealand must keep tax and net debt around 30% of GDP. Bernard Hickey argues this assumption underpins the fatally flawed model NZ Inc is addicted to
COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says country to stay in Orange setting with 'likelihood of a secondary wave of cases appearing'
24th May 22, 11:29am
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COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says country to stay in Orange setting with 'likelihood of a secondary wave of cases appearing'
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
Why the budget should treat public health like transport – vital infrastructure with long-term economic benefits
13th May 22, 1:21pm
by Guest
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Why the budget should treat public health like transport – vital infrastructure with long-term economic benefits
Bars and nightclubs can resume operating normally from Thursday, as NZ moves to the Orange setting of the traffic light system
13th Apr 22, 1:41pm
Bars and nightclubs can resume operating normally from Thursday, as NZ moves to the Orange setting of the traffic light system
Current Covid-19 restrictions to remain in place until at least April 14; Ardern says we aren't out of the woods yet
4th Apr 22, 4:34pm
Current Covid-19 restrictions to remain in place until at least April 14; Ardern says we aren't out of the woods yet
Covid-19 rules relaxed: Gathering limits loosened from this weekend; vaccine passes and some vaccine mandates to be removed from April 5
23rd Mar 22, 11:40am
Covid-19 rules relaxed: Gathering limits loosened from this weekend; vaccine passes and some vaccine mandates to be removed from April 5
NZ to welcomes travelers from Australia from April 12 and those from 'visa waiver' countries and territories from May 1
16th Mar 22, 12:04pm
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NZ to welcomes travelers from Australia from April 12 and those from 'visa waiver' countries and territories from May 1