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Mangaweka · Mangaweka

Book of the Week: Life of Robin

Robin White: Something Is Happening Here is the first part of a new illustrated retrospective of the artist's career. In 1973, White painted Mangaweka, near Taihape, New Zealand. The painting is in the collection of Te Papa Tongarewa, cementing its reputation as a national icon.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Judicial conduct reform: The curious case of the disappearing judge

The rare convening of a panel to examine the alleged misconduct of judge came to an abrupt halt when the judge 'ceased to hold office', raising questions about openness and transparency.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

'Skimpflation' and a future without human workers

The fully automated future many businesses are hoping for suggests a world with no human workers to petition for help. Nicholas Agar takes a look at 'skimpflation'.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Sticks, not carrots, to cut farm emissions: Climate Commission

Climate Change Commission recommends major changes to the primary sector's preferred emissions pricing scheme. Report: Generous subsidies for farmers that won't lead to lower emissions should be cut from He Waka Eke Noa's proposed pricing scheme, the Climate Change C report says. The report is published by the New Zealand Institute of Social Development.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Seymour's swipe at Luxon's National Party

ACT's David Seymour doesn't think National has any hope of implementing significant policy change on its own if elected to power at next year's elections. He told political editor Jo Moir that National isn't capable of a big shift in direction on its Own. He said the party's track record shows that it can't make a big change.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Time is not on the Government's side with health reforms

The Government may be able to resist and deflect the noise from the professions, but convincing a wary, long-suffering public will be a very different matter, says Peter DunneSee the Story
New Zealand · New Zealand

Silver Ferns shooter ready for first big dance

Maia Wilson will play in her first major tournament for the Silver Ferns. The 24-year-old was overlooked for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and 2019 World Cup. She was a non-travelling reserve for the triumphant World Cup team, but this time she's a key cog in the 12-strong team vying for Commonwealth Games gold. Wilson was the third most prolific shooter in this year's ANZ Premiership.See the Story
Papua New Guinea · Papua New Guinea

Measuring China’s diplomatic reach in the Pacific

China's investments in the Pacific can be ad hoc and fragmented, but its diplomatic presence has consistently grown. The constant in China's diplomacy is the desire to reduce Taiwan's global diplomatic space. The number of diplomats staffing China's embassies has not grown appreciably across the Pacific. China has also expanded its military and policing footprint in the region.See the Story

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