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David Mahon says Shanghai’s Omicron crisis won't destabilise the Chinese Communist Party, and nor will it drive China into recession
25th Apr 22, 6:00am
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David Mahon says Shanghai’s Omicron crisis won't destabilise the Chinese Communist Party, and nor will it drive China into recession
David Hargreaves says the poor planning of the Government coupled with a worsening economic scenario doesn't bode well for our moves to reconnect with the world
24th Mar 22, 2:39pm
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David Hargreaves says the poor planning of the Government coupled with a worsening economic scenario doesn't bode well for our moves to reconnect with the world
Aussie commercial landlords try to flex their political muscles to end WFH recommendations. But their tenants and their staff may have other ideas, long-term
25th Feb 22, 12:10pm
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Aussie commercial landlords try to flex their political muscles to end WFH recommendations. But their tenants and their staff may have other ideas, long-term
Jenée Tibshraeny, a Central Wellingtonian, calls for empathy, pragmatism and a focus on longstanding inequities by politicians
23rd Feb 22, 1:49pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Jenée Tibshraeny, a Central Wellingtonian, calls for empathy, pragmatism and a focus on longstanding inequities by politicians
Ross Stitt probes the challenges Australia will face as its borders reopen to the world
10th Feb 22, 12:10pm
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Ross Stitt probes the challenges Australia will face as its borders reopen to the world
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
Brian Easton says we are reminded by a turbulent year, and Ayesha Verrall, of the importance of an effective health system
24th Dec 21, 12:56pm
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Brian Easton says we are reminded by a turbulent year, and Ayesha Verrall, of the importance of an effective health system
David Hargreaves highlights some of the issues he's looking out for in 2022 and ponders what's looking increasingly like a very unpleasant legacy of the global pandemic
9th Dec 21, 10:03am
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David Hargreaves highlights some of the issues he's looking out for in 2022 and ponders what's looking increasingly like a very unpleasant legacy of the global pandemic
The old favourites - Covid, closed borders and hot houses - ruled the year again. But Covid got much more up close and personal, and there's a menacing 'new', but familiar-looking, kid in town. David Hargreaves shares his views on the year that was
7th Dec 21, 9:30am
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The old favourites - Covid, closed borders and hot houses - ruled the year again. But Covid got much more up close and personal, and there's a menacing 'new', but familiar-looking, kid in town. David Hargreaves shares his views on the year that was
A snapshot of how New Zealand's vaccination drive compares to a range of other countries
7th Oct 21, 10:02am
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A snapshot of how New Zealand's vaccination drive compares to a range of other countries
Ross Stitt contrasts the urgent drive to learn how to live with the pandemic in NSW with what he sees as the hesitant and equivocating approach New Zealand has wandered into
7th Oct 21, 9:26am
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Ross Stitt contrasts the urgent drive to learn how to live with the pandemic in NSW with what he sees as the hesitant and equivocating approach New Zealand has wandered into
Australia is going to need all its reserves of luck to navigate a fast growing list of threats and challenges, says Ross Stitt
23rd Sep 21, 9:51am
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Australia is going to need all its reserves of luck to navigate a fast growing list of threats and challenges, says Ross Stitt
Ross Stitt surveys the options for NSW now they have given up on elimination. Now they prioritise vaccinations and prepare hospital systems for the inevitable onslaught
9th Sep 21, 11:20am
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Ross Stitt surveys the options for NSW now they have given up on elimination. Now they prioritise vaccinations and prepare hospital systems for the inevitable onslaught
Diana Clement updates how the extended pandemic is pushing evolving law for business interruption, travel, and employment situations. And what policy makers are doing to keep up
2nd Sep 21, 4:09pm
Diana Clement updates how the extended pandemic is pushing evolving law for business interruption, travel, and employment situations. And what policy makers are doing to keep up
Ross Stitt follows the money gushing into the Australian financial system, juicing a takeover boom. But are they ready for new Covid strains, an inflation shock, rising interest rates, geopolitical instability, and a major correction in equity markets?
26th Aug 21, 10:10am
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Ross Stitt follows the money gushing into the Australian financial system, juicing a takeover boom. But are they ready for new Covid strains, an inflation shock, rising interest rates, geopolitical instability, and a major correction in equity markets?
Ross Stitt traces the Australian responses to vaccinations as the pandemic grips NSW, and follows what it will mean for their public health measures and their economy when vaccination rates plateau at higher levels
12th Aug 21, 7:31am
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Ross Stitt traces the Australian responses to vaccinations as the pandemic grips NSW, and follows what it will mean for their public health measures and their economy when vaccination rates plateau at higher levels
Research commissioned by the Financial Markets Authority shows large numbers of people who switched to low risk funds at the peak of market volatility have not returned to high growth funds
17th Jun 21, 5:01am
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Research commissioned by the Financial Markets Authority shows large numbers of people who switched to low risk funds at the peak of market volatility have not returned to high growth funds
David Hargreaves looks to the second half of the year and beyond with a mixture of hope and trepidation
15th Jun 21, 2:40pm
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David Hargreaves looks to the second half of the year and beyond with a mixture of hope and trepidation
New Zealand headquartered maker of breathing equipment Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has seen extraordinary demand for its products as Covid has swept the globe
27th May 21, 9:30am
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New Zealand headquartered maker of breathing equipment Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has seen extraordinary demand for its products as Covid has swept the globe
Stephen Roach is getting that 1970s feeling from the Federal Reserve's sanguine view of recent price data
26th May 21, 9:49am
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Stephen Roach is getting that 1970s feeling from the Federal Reserve's sanguine view of recent price data
Kevin Rudd calls on the rest of the world to do more to help India and its neighbours fight a new wave of COVID-19
22nd May 21, 10:20am
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Kevin Rudd calls on the rest of the world to do more to help India and its neighbours fight a new wave of COVID-19
Stephen Roach explains why he expected a double-dip US recession this year, and why that call now lies in tatters
25th Apr 21, 8:59am
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Stephen Roach explains why he expected a double-dip US recession this year, and why that call now lies in tatters
Mariana Mazzucato calls for a return to mission-oriented public-sector procurement and leadership in the common interest
18th Apr 21, 9:39am
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Mariana Mazzucato calls for a return to mission-oriented public-sector procurement and leadership in the common interest
Mariana Mazzucato sees in the pandemic the need and the opportunity to re-embrace state-led missions in the public interest
4th Feb 21, 10:43am
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Mariana Mazzucato sees in the pandemic the need and the opportunity to re-embrace state-led missions in the public interest
David Hargreaves with a wish list for 2021, which includes vaccines, open borders and cooling house prices
13th Dec 20, 7:02am
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David Hargreaves with a wish list for 2021, which includes vaccines, open borders and cooling house prices