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NZ is changing faster than the census can keep up – Paul Spoonley details the 4 big trends to watch
27th May 24, 2:01pm
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NZ is changing faster than the census can keep up – Paul Spoonley details the 4 big trends to watch
Only Willie Jackson possesses the credentials to meld together a new Labour message that is, at one and the same moment, staunchly working-class, union-friendly, and which speaks to the hundreds-of-thousands of urban Māori untethered to the neo-tribal cap
20th May 24, 9:23am
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Only Willie Jackson possesses the credentials to meld together a new Labour message that is, at one and the same moment, staunchly working-class, union-friendly, and which speaks to the hundreds-of-thousands of urban Māori untethered to the neo-tribal cap
Household living costs rise 6.2% as interest payments, the cost of insurance & transport costs such as petrol climb, Statistics NZ says
29th Apr 24, 1:44pm
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Household living costs rise 6.2% as interest payments, the cost of insurance & transport costs such as petrol climb, Statistics NZ says
Privacy Act alone not sufficient to meet user privacy expectations for digital cash, Reserve Bank says
19th Apr 24, 12:00pm
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Privacy Act alone not sufficient to meet user privacy expectations for digital cash, Reserve Bank says
Shane Jones says weaponisation of Maori culture, unelected judges and irrational politicians are blocking essential development
15th Feb 24, 11:23am
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Shane Jones says weaponisation of Maori culture, unelected judges and irrational politicians are blocking essential development
One of NZ’s most contentious climate cases is moving forward. And the world is watching
13th Feb 24, 11:45am
by Guest
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One of NZ’s most contentious climate cases is moving forward. And the world is watching
The Left’s belief that intransigent minorities will not be electorally punished for spitting the face of the majority is truly bizarre, writes Chris Trotter
29th Jan 24, 9:03am
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The Left’s belief that intransigent minorities will not be electorally punished for spitting the face of the majority is truly bizarre, writes Chris Trotter
Saturday's Hui was an impressive demonstration of the power of te iwi Māori, Chris Trotter says
22nd Jan 24, 9:43am
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Saturday's Hui was an impressive demonstration of the power of te iwi Māori, Chris Trotter says
Annie Te One looks at who the ‘kōhanga reo generation’ are and how they could change both Māori and mainstream politics
25th Oct 23, 2:12pm
by Guest
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Annie Te One looks at who the ‘kōhanga reo generation’ are and how they could change both Māori and mainstream politics
A lack of trust and inadequate funding means there need to be many changes to local government, according to a specialist panel
21st Jun 23, 1:23pm
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A lack of trust and inadequate funding means there need to be many changes to local government, according to a specialist panel
Electoral review proposes a raft of changes to NZ's electoral system including votes for 16 year old, making it easier for small parties to get into Parliament & stricter donations rules
6th Jun 23, 11:59am
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Electoral review proposes a raft of changes to NZ's electoral system including votes for 16 year old, making it easier for small parties to get into Parliament & stricter donations rules
Waitangi Day 2023: Why Article 3 in the Treaty of Waitangi deserves more attention in the age of ‘co-governance’
7th Feb 23, 11:13am
by Guest
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Waitangi Day 2023: Why Article 3 in the Treaty of Waitangi deserves more attention in the age of ‘co-governance’
Chris Trotter says if 'Chippy' is able to steer Labour into less contentious and more bounteous electoral waters, then Jacinda Ardern’s sacrifice will not have been in vain
23rd Jan 23, 8:18am
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Chris Trotter says if 'Chippy' is able to steer Labour into less contentious and more bounteous electoral waters, then Jacinda Ardern’s sacrifice will not have been in vain
As borders reopen, can New Zealand reset from high volume to ‘high values’ tourism?
7th Apr 22, 12:34pm
by Guest
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As borders reopen, can New Zealand reset from high volume to ‘high values’ tourism?
Average household living costs up 5.2% in year to December 2021 quarter, with rising interest rates and petrol prices a couple of the culprits
10th Feb 22, 3:59pm
by Toby Allen
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Average household living costs up 5.2% in year to December 2021 quarter, with rising interest rates and petrol prices a couple of the culprits
Business groups, experts and politicians respond to the Government's new Covid-19 framework
22nd Oct 21, 1:26pm
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Business groups, experts and politicians respond to the Government's new Covid-19 framework
Racism is always and everywhere the creation of elites, Chris Trotter argues. 'Perfect storms' are invariably unleashed upon us from above
16th Aug 21, 9:43am
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Racism is always and everywhere the creation of elites, Chris Trotter argues. 'Perfect storms' are invariably unleashed upon us from above
Given the events of the week just past, National’s Paul Goldsmith’s unfortunate remarks concerning colonisation could be considered the least of its worries, say Chris Trotter
7th Jun 21, 8:59am
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Given the events of the week just past, National’s Paul Goldsmith’s unfortunate remarks concerning colonisation could be considered the least of its worries, say Chris Trotter
Is New Zealand at risk of becoming a nation of 'Stepford Citizens': people who smile politely, nod encouragingly, and recite word-perfectly the bi-cultural and multi-cultural slogans of their masters?
31st May 21, 10:03am
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Is New Zealand at risk of becoming a nation of 'Stepford Citizens': people who smile politely, nod encouragingly, and recite word-perfectly the bi-cultural and multi-cultural slogans of their masters?
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?
Chris Trotter questions whether Stuff is about to prove the veracity of the right-wing meme: 'Go Woke, Go Broke'
7th Dec 20, 9:16am
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Chris Trotter questions whether Stuff is about to prove the veracity of the right-wing meme: 'Go Woke, Go Broke'
The Productivity Commission details ways to improve the performance of New Zealand’s so-called frontier firms, saying doing so would be a key plank in boosting productivity
4th Dec 20, 10:42am
by Guest
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The Productivity Commission details ways to improve the performance of New Zealand’s so-called frontier firms, saying doing so would be a key plank in boosting productivity
The hugely successful coronavirus response means NZ is well-placed for an export-led recovery, writes Charles Finny in this paper for the SSANSE Commission for a Post-Covid Future at the University of Canterbury
20th May 20, 10:15am
by Guest
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The hugely successful coronavirus response means NZ is well-placed for an export-led recovery, writes Charles Finny in this paper for the SSANSE Commission for a Post-Covid Future at the University of Canterbury
Chris Trotter takes a look at some of the political and racial aftershocks starting to emerge following the Christchurch terrorist attacks
25th Mar 19, 9:57am
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Chris Trotter takes a look at some of the political and racial aftershocks starting to emerge following the Christchurch terrorist attacks
Greens want LAQC tax breaks changed to control speculation
2nd Sep 08, 12:57pm
Greens want LAQC tax breaks changed to control speculation