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opinion

Government breaks second cancer drugs promise

Dr Reti’s pledge to blood-cancer patients is forgotten.

14 June 2024
opinion

The Govt’s lobbying reforms are at a crossroads

It’s easy to understand why corporate lobbying is a popular career for political insiders. It involves lots of money, plenty of influence, little scrutiny, and no regulation. Lobbyists say they have more business than ever.

14 June 2024
opinion

The Darkness Of The Tamihere Fiefdom

Can One Man's Narcissism Undo Decades Of Good Mahi? Yes.

04 June 2024
nz politics

Rawiri Waititi’s gift to the coalition

The government is always going to win a showdown between order and anarchy.

04 June 2024
opinion

Film-makers follow the money on ‘disinformation’ bandwagon

Web of Chaos gets a rerun on TVNZ; River of Freedom out in the cold.

28 May 2024
Free Speech

Warnings from Scotland and the need for FSU in schools

History reminds us that each new generation must discover for itself why free speech matters.

21 May 2024
opinion

TVNZ hīkoi documentary needs a sequel

20 years on, judges are quietly awarding coastal rights to iwi.

16 May 2024
opinion

Why Courts should have said Waitangi Tribunal could not summons Karen Chhour

If the Minister wants to give evidence to demonstrate that the claimants are wrong and that there is no prejudice, that would be her entitlement. There can be no genuine reason to summon her to prove their claim.

15 May 2024
opinion

A law school to be avoided

What sort of lawyers will be produced by a law faculty led by someone who resorts to petty abuse instead of engaging in rational argument?

06 May 2024
nz politics

Bryce Edwards: Discontent and gloom dominate NZ’s political mood

The usual honeymoon experienced during the first year of a first term government is entirely absent. The political mood is still gloomy and discontented, mainly due to dark economic times.

02 May 2024