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Something Important: The Curious Death of the School Strike 4 Climate Movement

Contrariwise, the failure of the “Strike” offers Messers Luxon, Seymour and Peters considerable cause for celebration.

10 April 2024
opinion

What’s to blame for the public’s plummeting trust in the media?

The media is in crisis, as New Zealand audiences flee from traditional sources of news and information. The latest survey results on the public’s attitude to the media shows plummeting trust.

10 April 2024
Research

MP Career Report

08 April 2024
opinion

Coastal court action flies under the radar

Most of NZ’s coastline may end up under iwi control.

05 April 2024
opinion

POUR A DRINK BEFORE READING NO! – POUR SEVERAL

Numerous letters have arrived from the ASB over her alleged outstanding debt. I’ve done nothing about this, wondering just how long this farce will continue.

02 April 2024
nz politics

How politicians spend money to win your vote

We can see some huge differences in spending by New Zealand politicians trying to win the public’s vote. And if you “follow the money”, you can often detect where influence lies.

21 March 2024
opinion

Graham Linehan gets the last laugh

Irish comic’s ‘vindication tour’ exposes MSM bias.

21 March 2024
opinion

MORE VILE BEHAVIOUR FROM DAVID SEYMOUR

Last week ACT leader David Seymour brutally shocked Stuff journalists at a press conference when he boldly declared, “one and one make two”.

20 March 2024
opinion

The Charity of Me

Since charities are not required to disclose the salary or even salary bands of their executives, no one needs to know what you are paying yourself.

19 March 2024
opinion

Manufacturing The Truth

Those journalists working in close proximity to the political and bureaucratic branches of the state cannot be ignorant of the lengths to which their servants will go to shape and control public perceptions.

18 March 2024