Martyn Bradbury: Is the Public Interest Journalism Fund's strict editorial policy smothering focus on Nanaia's Three Waters nepotism criticism?
Daphna Whitmore: It's an old ploy of publishers to hook readers in with a provocative headline. That’s what NZ Listener was doing when it asked on cover: "The War on Men, Isn't It Time It Stopped?".
Geoffrey Miller: The global geopolitical temperature is steadily rising. New Zealand needs to ensure it can withstand the heat.
A former deputy PM & 2 former senior ministers, all from different parties, are calling for answers from Mahuta & Labour regarding conflicts of interest & lack of transparency around 3 Waters.
Graham Adams: The minister’s slipperiness around Three Waters will make it harder for her to shrug off suspicions over possible conflicts of interest.
Martyn Bradbury: when it comes to political documentaries, you don't do documentaries on MPs of the block in power, you do it for opposition because no bias can be construed via the funding process.
Graham Adams: The frenzy of outrage over the CEO’s comments about Nadia Lim has hidden his real point about My Food Bag.
Geoffrey Miller: Beyond Ukraine, China will be high-up on the agenda. The stage-setter for Jacinda Ardern’s visit to US will be Biden’s visit to Asia & the meeting of the ‘Quad’ grouping in Tokyo.
The Platform Investigates: Co-governance roles filled by family members of Minister Mahuta amount to the whānau wielding extraordinary influence on the restructuring of New Zealand's governance.
Dane Giraud: I have a child struggling with gender-identity issues... how can I shield her from the disinformation, some promote, that people view her as less than human & want her to ‘cease existing’