pandemic

4th Oct 20, 8:01am
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Sophia Kalantzakos urges rich-country governments to develop effective strategies to free themselves from China's resource grip
Sophia Kalantzakos urges rich-country governments to develop effective strategies to free themselves from China's resource grip
4th Oct 20, 8:01am
4th Oct 20, 6:02am
Mariana Mazzucato and others call for a mission-oriented push to administer frequent universal COVID-19 testing worldwide
Mariana Mazzucato and others call for a mission-oriented push to administer frequent universal COVID-19 testing worldwide
4th Oct 20, 6:02am
5th Aug 20, 2:46pm
Kiwibank economist Mary Jo Vergara says women have traditionally done well in the workforce in times of war and crises - but 90% of the drop in employment according to latest figures was women
Kiwibank economist Mary Jo Vergara says women have traditionally done well in the workforce in times of war and crises - but 90% of the drop in employment according to latest figures was women
5th Aug 20, 2:46pm
11th Jul 20, 9:31am
Henry Thomson says it is clear that restrictions to US mobility point to how hard the economic impacts will be, and real time tracking signals where and when the impending pain will start. It will have global consequences
Henry Thomson says it is clear that restrictions to US mobility point to how hard the economic impacts will be, and real time tracking signals where and when the impending pain will start. It will have global consequences
11th Jul 20, 9:31am
29th Jun 20, 10:50am
New Zealand headquartered maker of breathing equipment Fisher & Paykel Healthcare faces 'unprecedented' demand for its products as virus sweeps the globe
New Zealand headquartered maker of breathing equipment Fisher & Paykel Healthcare faces 'unprecedented' demand for its products as virus sweeps the globe
29th Jun 20, 10:50am
27th Jun 20, 10:56am
Henry Thomson reports on how Arizona tried to have both work and social interactions during its official pandemic response only to find the virus took advantage of them quickly. The State is now the "hardest-hit" in the world
Henry Thomson reports on how Arizona tried to have both work and social interactions during its official pandemic response only to find the virus took advantage of them quickly. The State is now the "hardest-hit" in the world
27th Jun 20, 10:56am
13th Jun 20, 10:51am
Henry Thomson assesses the upheavals of the past two weeks from inside the United States, pointing out that sharply rising joblessness may be easing and may help quell some of the frustration. But COVID-19 isn't going away
Henry Thomson assesses the upheavals of the past two weeks from inside the United States, pointing out that sharply rising joblessness may be easing and may help quell some of the frustration. But COVID-19 isn't going away
13th Jun 20, 10:51am
31st May 20, 6:02am
Fear of another real estate price crash and memories of the extreme hardship it caused in 2008 haunt housing markets in Arizona, writes Henry Thomson. In conjunction with the pandemic, it's a deep-seated fear
Fear of another real estate price crash and memories of the extreme hardship it caused in 2008 haunt housing markets in Arizona, writes Henry Thomson. In conjunction with the pandemic, it's a deep-seated fear
31st May 20, 6:02am
16th May 20, 9:55am
In Henry Thomson's Arizona home town, the easing of lockdown rules causes a minor stir, but most people seem genuinely respectful of the continuing need to take the virus threat seriously
In Henry Thomson's Arizona home town, the easing of lockdown rules causes a minor stir, but most people seem genuinely respectful of the continuing need to take the virus threat seriously
16th May 20, 9:55am
4th May 20, 5:51pm
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Jason Stewart is worried that we have crossed a line by using the Police and health professionals to enforce a community lockdown when he thinks the legal basis was never in place
Jason Stewart is worried that we have crossed a line by using the Police and health professionals to enforce a community lockdown when he thinks the legal basis was never in place
4th May 20, 5:51pm
2nd May 20, 9:33am
The lockdown breakers make the headlines, but how are the vast majority of Americans handling the pandemic's stresses? Henry Thomson brings a perspective through Kiwi eyes
The lockdown breakers make the headlines, but how are the vast majority of Americans handling the pandemic's stresses? Henry Thomson brings a perspective through Kiwi eyes
2nd May 20, 9:33am
29th Apr 20, 5:03pm
Economist Brian Easton offers answers to key questions about where our economy is headed, and addresses the difficult adaption issues we will face after the immediate crisis passes
Economist Brian Easton offers answers to key questions about where our economy is headed, and addresses the difficult adaption issues we will face after the immediate crisis passes
29th Apr 20, 5:03pm
26th Apr 20, 11:38am
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The National Party's associate finance spokesperson sets out the policy initiatives he will advocate for during the upcoming stages of recovery
The National Party's associate finance spokesperson sets out the policy initiatives he will advocate for during the upcoming stages of recovery
26th Apr 20, 11:38am
4th Apr 20, 9:52am
Gareth Vaughan on the COVID-Anosmia Initiative, the non-politicians leading NZ's fight against COVID-19, Abenomasks, a new use for Indian railway carriages & a potential vaccine
Gareth Vaughan on the COVID-Anosmia Initiative, the non-politicians leading NZ's fight against COVID-19, Abenomasks, a new use for Indian railway carriages & a potential vaccine
4th Apr 20, 9:52am
9th Feb 20, 6:02am
Treasury says it's too early to put a figure on the possible impact of the coronavirus on the NZ economy; Expects the tourism and education sectors to be worst affected short-term
Treasury says it's too early to put a figure on the possible impact of the coronavirus on the NZ economy; Expects the tourism and education sectors to be worst affected short-term
9th Feb 20, 6:02am