Week in Review: The NZ First leader shows there’s madness to his method, attempting to hog the limelight in the new Govt’s first week
Comment: The coalition agreements contain many actions on the environment – most regressive and some that could take NZ back decades, writes environmentalist Gary Taylor
Oil mogul ensures opening of UN climate summit avoids any talk of phasing out fossil fuels
Governments govern and oppositions oppose, in the same way they did under First Past the Post
The media is being used to encourage politicians to accept as inevitable the idea of a waterfront stadium in Auckland, if not a specific plan
Christopher Luxon’s new 100-day plan of action has a lot of aspiration but not quite as much substance
Act and National have committed to examine the Māori and Pacific Admission Scheme at Auckland University. Even ‘reviewing’ the programme is hurtful and upsetting.
The Sixth Labour government stands out among its peers. Is it for the right reasons? asks Joe Pagani.
Reimagining our world as one where race has no relationship to what happens in our lives is doomed to fail
Covid fund was put to some questionable uses in NZ, but in Germany the government has just been severely censured, writes Oliver Hartwich
‘Settling some personal grievance claims, they remained hurt that I had no real empathy for their feelings’
A future of wireless EV charging is close, but there are challenges to overcome