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NZ’s Covid success wins interest from world’s entrepreneurs

Source: University of Canterbury Home > News > 2021 > 17 June 2021 Business owners around the world are keen to learn from the way New Zealand has handled...

Complaint laid with Broadcasting Standards Authority re Labour Party TV ad

Source: Taxpayers Union The New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union has laid a complaint with the Broadcasting Standards Authority regarding the Labour Party’s first television advertisement for...
What’s up with that Umuroa oil ship off Taranaki?

What’s up with that Umuroa oil ship off Taranaki?

Source: Greenpeace New ZealandYou might have heard there’s a hulking great ship full of oil floating off the Taranaki Coast, stoking fears that winter...

Tomorrow: world health day to help health, poverty and insecurity

Source: MakeLemonade.nz Otautahi – Tomorrow is world health day which is more significant for New Zealanders than ever before as the global covid pandemic pushed...

Complaint laid with BSA re Labour Party TV ad

Source: Taxpayers Union 14 SEPTEMBER 2020FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEThe New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union has laid a complaint with the Broadcasting Standards Authority regarding the Labour Party’s first television...

Massey at Fieldays: leading a sustainable future

Source: Massey University Massey University’s Fieldays stand When people walk onto Massey University’s Fieldays stand asking what is being sold, Professor Chris Anderson is quick to...

Social Issues – Government leaves disadvantaged children to face “most severe” COVID-19 effects

Source: MIL-OSI Submissions Source: Child Poverty Action Group Children and their families are likely to face “significant and wide-ranging” negative effects from COVID-19, according to Prime Minister...

Quote of the Year competition open for voting

Source: Massey University Jacinda Ardern, Mark Richardson, Anna Lorck and Jemima Gazley are in the running for Quote of the Year 2021. The ten finalists for...

New law explicitly affirms human rights of public officials – but silent on the...

Source: Human Rights Commission A major piece of new legislation fails to explicitly require public officials to consider their human rights responsibilities to all New...

Welcome back the ‘nanny state’, all is forgiven?

Source: University of Canterbury – statements Home > News > 2020 > 13 August 2020 Lesson‐Drawing from New Zealand and Covid‐19: The Need for Anticipatory Policy Making A new article...

As NZ goes into lockdown, authorities have new powers to make sure people obey...

Source: University of Waikato Credit: Shutterstock. Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato From midnight on Wednesday, New Zealand will go into lockdown for four weeks, with only essential...

Solidarity and affective commitments have helped us “flatten the curve”

Source: University of Waikato World-wide, New Zealand has been lauded for crushing the coronavirus. The scale of this achievement cannot be overestimated. Slowing the spread...
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