New Zealand Parliament Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand.
Article sponsored by

Editor’s Note: Here below is a list of the main issues currently under discussion in New Zealand and links to media coverage.  Click here to subscribe to Bryce Edwards’ Political Roundup and New Zealand Politics Daily.

Today’s content

Government management of outbreak
Andrea Vance (Stuff): If the Government is making the right decisions on Covid-19, it will withstand scrutiny
Matt Nippert (Herald): Delta Skelter: ‘A formidable enemy’ – inside the battle and what the Govt knew when (paywalled)
Vita Molyneux (Newsroom): Majority of New Zealand supports COVID-19 lockdown – research
Herald: Deputy PM Grant Robertson says ‘Covid is part of our future’
Claire Trevett (Herald): Just how long will we need a Fortress Auckland to keep the Delta enemy in rather than out?
Luke Malpass (Stuff): Jacinda Ardern and the last lockdown
Tracy Watkins (Stuff): Tougher lockdown measures will be a hard sell
Herald Editorial: It may take twice as much work to subdue a twice as bad variant (paywalled)
Siouxsie Wiles (Stuff): Blood clots suggest NZ on the correct Covid-19 course
Jehan Casinader (Stuff): During Covid, spare a thought for our leaders’ mental health
Henry Cooke and Bridie Witton (Stuff): Who is who in the Government’s Covid-19 response team
Marc Daalder (Newsroom): Ardern struggles to give New Zealand certainty
Gareth Vaughan (Interest): Shall we ask the virus what its plans are?
Nathan Morton (Stuff): New Zealand drops 26 places in ‘Covid Resilience Ranking’
Katie Kenny (Stuff): Long-term public health measures needed alongside vaccination for borders to re-open 
Liam Dann and Hamish Rutherford (Herald): Economist estimates Govt has $15b-$20b left for virus fight (paywalled)
Steve Braunias (Herald):  The Secret Diary of … Level 4 (paywalled)
Bernard Hickey (The Kākā): Dawn Chorus: Auckland faces weeks more in lockdown
Shane Te Pou (Herald): Our plan is working – Don’t listen to the Covid cowards (paywalled)
Lloyd Burr (Stuff): You don’t know how lucky you are, New Zealand
Heather du Plessis-Allan (Herald): Level 4 lockdown and how our mood has changed (paywalled)
Janet Wilson (Stuff): Dangerous time for Labour as cracks in the plan start to show
Bruce Cotterill (Herald):  What’s missing from our anti-Covid arsenal? A sense of urgency (paywalled)
Andrew Gunn (Stuff): Thanks for bringing us closer together, ScoMo!
Fran O’Sullivan (Herald):  Pandemic lessons are there for the taking (paywalled)
John Roughan (Herald): Looking beyond the case numbers (paywalled)
Mike Hosking (Newstalk ZB): What’s the plan if case numbers don’t drop?
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): So what happens after this Delta lockdown is over? 6 things Labour must do or else
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): How many NZers are ACT & National prepared to allow die from Covid?
RNZ: Lockdown day 12: How it unfolded
RNZ: Lockdown day 11: How it unfolded
RNZ: Lockdown day 10: How it unfolded
RNZ: Lockdown stress: Know your trigger points, psychologist advises
1 News: Ardern jokes that showing graph is ‘for the memes’
Luke Malpass (Stuff) :The PM cranks out another visual aid
Zane Small (Newshub): Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern holds up graph showing New Zealand’s COVID-19 vaccine performance ‘just for the memes’
Piers Fuller (Stuff): Hipkins’ awkward ‘spread your legs’ gaffe immortalised on momento masks
Timothy O’Brien (Stuff): Where’s the kindness, fellow Kiwis?
Herald: Right-wing host mocks NZ’s response

Alert levels, expert advice
Thomas Coughlan (Herald): Govt may need to tighten alert level 4 restrictions if Delta numbers don’t plateau soon – Shaun Hendy
William Hewett (Newshub): Yo-yoing from alert levels next step in NZ response to COVID-19 pandemic professor Michael Baker claims
RNZ: Possible case number plateau encouraging, but Delta variant outbreak taking longer to control – expert
Herald: Michael Baker says cases ‘look like’ a plateau, locked down ‘in the nick of time’
John Weekes (Herald): The key number to look out for in days ahead
Liz McDonald (Stuff): Government told to up its game after one of the worst pandemic days
Mark Quinlivan (Newshub): ‘Doom and gloom predictions’ about being in lockdown until Christmas not helpful – Des Gorman
RNZ: Dr Richard Webby: ‘We’ll all catch Covid-19 eventually’
1 News: Scientist wants social distancing rules reviewed
Joel Rindelaub (Spinoff): Clearing the air on aerosol transmission and mask use
Hannah Martin and Joel MacManus (Stuff): ‘End is not in sight’, as Delta outbreak case numbers continue to grow
Dan Satherley (Newshub): Westland Mayor Bruce Smith sick of hearing from health experts about COVID-19, wants business leaders to have more say
Stuff Editorial: Split-level living for New Zealand
Stuff Editorial: A national team split into two
ODT Editorial: On the (alert) level
Mariné Lourens (Stuff): Falling case numbers, wastewater results and high testing rates key to shift to alert level 2
Mandy Te (Stuff): Wellington to move to alert level 3 – but we’re not out of the woods yet
Tumamao Harawira (Māori TV): Far North iwi outraged over lockdown level 

Vaccine rollout
Claire Trevett (Herald): A Covid-19 vaccines rollout with no vaccines in a Delta outbreak is a Government’s worst nightmare (paywalled)
Thomas Coughlan (Herald): Borrowing vaccines, moving away from Pfizer on table in Government jabs plan
Bridie Witton and Henry Cooke (Stuff):Government plans to stretch out Pfizer stock as Delta cases mount
AAP: PM not worried about NZ’s Covid vaccine supplies after surge in jabs
Mike Houlahan (ODT): Vaccines might be ‘managed’
Jessica Roden (1 News): Some businesses starting to implement no jab, no job policy
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): We can’t make vaccinations mandatory so rule that out now
Herald Editorial: Time to mass vaccinate Auckland?
Jack Tame (Herald): It’s too late to set vaccination records
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Our vaccination rates vs England
Baz Macdonald (Re): Explainer: Was NZ’s vaccine rollout actually too slow?
Anna Bracwell-Worrall (Newshub): Why are almost a quarter of Kiwis still vaccine hesitant?
Cecilia Robinson (Herald): No room for anti-vaxxers, conspirators or sceptics in team of five million (paywalled)
Herald Editorial: Vaccination bookings good, but daily dose numbers need to rise (paywalled)
Matthew Rosenberg (Local Democracy Reporting): Peeni Henare disappointed with vaccine uptake among Māori, admits system is racist
Barbara Dreaver (Stuff): Lingering issues with ministry and efforts to vaccinate Pasifika and Māori
Dianna Vezich (Newshub): Government keeping close eye on overseas trials of third booster shot
Hamish McLean (ODT): Student Covid jab clinic on for 2 days
1 News: Sky Stadium becomes Wellington’s first drive-through vaccine centre
RNZ: Vaccination error in Canterbury gave people lower doses
1 News: Covid vaccine error: Up to 13 may have received lower dose
Georgina Campbell (Herald): Epsom vaccination centre closed, more than 100 people booked not told
Tim Brown (RNZ): Pasifika uptake of Covid-19 vaccine ‘really reassuring’, GP says
Helen Harvey (Stuff): Mass vaccination event in New Plymouth sees 2500 essential workers get the jab
Robin Martin (RNZ): Taranaki essential workers disappointed not to get vaccine earlier
RNZ: Covid-19 vaccine rollout regional rates: Taranaki lags behind
Gary Hamilton-Irvine (Hawkes Bay Today): Dad steps in to help stop anti-vaxxer’s protest outside Hastings Countdown (paywalled)
Chloe Blommerde (Stuff): Covid-19 vaccine and a needle phobia: How virtual reality is helping people overcome fear
David Long (Stuff): Top agent warns unvaccinated league, rugby players could mess with their futures

Essential workers
Luke Malpass and Hannah Martin (Stuff): Cases among essential workers could spell end of elimination strategy
Torika Tokalau (Stuff): Investigations ongoing after transmission of Delta among essential workers
John Tamihere (Herald): Let’s pay tribute to Whānau Ora teams
Katie Bradford (1 News): Tighter restrictions possible after Covid spreads at four workplaces
Conor Whitten (Newshub): What 59 essential workers testing positive means for elimination
1 News: Covid cases amongst Auckland essential workers soar
Benn Bathgate (Stuff): Essential workers pack out childcare scheme

Cases, demographics, Pacific communities
Barbara Dreaver (1 News): Pasifika in Bay of Plenty forced to present passports to get Covid jabs
Bay of Plenty Times: Bay of Plenty Health Board apologises for requesting passports from Pasifika community at vaccinations
RNZ: BOPDHB apologises for requesting passports at vaccine appointments
Lucy Warhurst (Newshub): Data on New Zealanders hospitalised, how many are vaccinated against Covid-19
Rachel Sadler (Newshub): The latest on hospitalisations, contacts, where people are catching the virus
Torika Tokalau (Stuff): 30 out of 34 hospital admissions are Pacific people 
Torika Tokalau (Stuff): More than 60% of hospital admissions below age of 30 
Dan Satherey (Newshub): Associate Health Minister Aupito William Sio defends naming church, ethnicity of those in Auckland outbreak
Emmaline Pickering-Martin  (E-Tangata): Here we go again: Covid and racism
1 News: Pasifika social providers run off their feet as Covid outbreak grows
1 News: Young Pasifika volunteering as Covid cases rise in community

Contact tracing, testing
Andrew Chen: What’s wrong with Bluetooth Tracing?
Irra Lee (1 News): ‘Less than 10’ Bluetooth Covid Tracer app notifications sent in Delta outbreak
Marc Daalder (Newsroom): Govt hasn’t used Bluetooth tracing since start of outbreak
Herald: New locations of interest include apartment building and bar
Janine Starks (Stuff): How much should New Zealand invest in surveillance testing?
Edward O’Driscoll (Newshub): Saliva testing company waiting on Ministry of Health support to turn around 10,000 samples a day
Adam Pearse (Herald): Rako Science’s plea for saliva testing to Ministry of Health
Adam Pearse (Herald): Is saliva testing the answer? (paywalled)
1 News: Auckland testing centres say some Covid contacts seeking Day 12 test early
Susan Botting (Local Democray Reporting): Northland iwi leader calls for swifter wastewater testing

Nicholas Jones (Herald): Auckland Hospital nurses told to wear unfitted N95 masks because of backlog
Rachel Thomas (Stuff): Are ICUs really in better shape than they were pre-pandemic?
Kate Green (Stuff): What would a gold standard ICU look like? Experts say it’s not out of reach
1 News: ICU bed-to-patient ratio not enough if Delta cases increase, expert says
Rowan Quinn (RNZ): Hospitals hone contingency plans in case of Covid-19 patient surge
Peter Hughes (Newstalk ZB): In response to Kate Hawkesby’s criticism of the Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield
Kate Hawkesby (Newstalk ZB): More scrutiny is needed for our bureaucrats
Hamish Cardwell (RNZ): Mental health delays in Wellington making patients harder to treat
RNZ: $1m fast-tracked to help youth mental health in lockdown
1 News: Lockdown isolation difficult for NZ’s youth, Mike King says
Sophie Trigger (Herald): Lockdown may have helped stamp out RSV outbreak, says immunologist
Paul Mitchell (Stuff): Palmerston North’s 700 per cent spike in alcohol sales attributed to youthful population
Laura Smith (ODT): Criticism of health indicators result of ‘targets’ confusion
Cecile Meier (Stuff): Cash-strapped health board’s deficit ballooning despite ambitious savings plan
Miriam Burrell (Herald): ‘Everything has changed’: How a decade of doctors in helicopters has saved thousands of lives
Te Aniwa Hurihanganui (RNZ): Māori Health Authority must enable tino rangatiratanga – feedback

Alert Level rules
Cecile Meier (Stuff): Teachers and students won’t have to wear masks when schools reopen at level 3
Mariné Lourens (Stuff): The dos and do nots at alert level 3
Sophie Trigger (Northern Advocate): Lockdown burial: Northland man will watch from road as wife laid to rest
1 News: Grieving families ‘bend rules’ to come together during Level 4 – funeral director
Māori TV: Level 4 fishing rules changed, clearing up confusion
George Block (Stuff): Military personnel told they can’t return home during alert level 4

MIQ, border, immigration
Gill Bonnett (RNZ): Calls for medical staff to be prioritised for residency: ‘We need to look at it like an emergency’
RNZ: Māori Party launches petition against more MIQ in Rotorua
Māori TV: Petition launched opposing more MIQ facilities in Rotorua
John Anthon (Stuff): Anguished Kiwis stranded by MIQ bottleneck – is there a better way?
Liu Chen (RNZ): Delayed Covid-19 transfers affect families: ‘Major issues around food supplies’
Stuff: Team of six million? MIQ strugglers tell their stories
(Stuff):Fear and loathing of MIQ: Kiwis share their border strife

Wage subsidy, business
Melanie Carroll (Stuff): Employers can’t just decide to pay staff 80% in lockdown, lawyers say
Liz McDonald, Marine Lourens and Charlie Gate (Stuff): Businesses plead for Government help as lockdown draws on
Susan Edmunds (Stuff): Essential business confusion ‘on the Government’
Mark Riggall (Herald): What Covid is doing to business (paywalled)
RNZ: Consumer confidence falls, remains below average
Damien Grant (Stuff): An economic catastrophe is looming
Liam Dann (Herald):  Gimme Shelter – Markets an island of calm in Covid storm (paywalled)
William Hewett (Newshub): Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern warns businesses south of Auckland will be affected by city remaining at level 4
Rahul Bhattarai and Anne Gibson (Herald): ‘Difference between us being open and closed is over $1m a day’ (paywalled)
Andre Chumko (Stuff): Aotearoa’s cultural sector and its changing role in a Covid-19 world
Vicki Anderson (Stuff): Lettuce serve: Hospitality ‘struggling’ but online business soars during Covid lockdown
Tim Newman (Stuff): Second lockdown ‘the final straw’ for some Nelson businesses
Tom Pullar-Strecker and Amanda Cropp (Stuff): Employers body says South Island firms disappointed drop to level 3 isn’t sooner
Will Trafford (Māori TV): Calling out Countdown: Tāne’s video goes viral
RNZ: NZ Post pleas for ‘patience’ as it adjusts to alert level changes
ODT Editorial: ‘A host of golden daffodils’ lost
Simon Draper (Stuff): Connecting more important than ever in the Covid era
Piers Fuller (Stuff): Covid lockdown’s silver lining: keeping people from their offices forced flexible work maturity 
Charlotte Lockhart (Herald): Busting myths about the four-day week

Henry Cooke (Stuff): National and ACT reject plan for virtual Parliament and Question Time
Peter Wilson (RNZ): Week in Politics: Ardern suspends Parliament, National demands transparency
Greg Presland (The Standard): Gumming up the works
Thomas Coughlan (Herald): Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s New York UN trip likely canned
Mike Houlahan (ODT): Lockdown for Clark less fraught this time
Maiki Sherman (1 News): Politicians take to social media to stay in touch after Covid closes Parliament
Richard Swainson (Stuff): Making a mountain out of a Churchill
Phil Smith (RNZ): Michael Cullen on caucus
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Roy Morgan poll August 2021

National party
Richard Harman (Politik): The complex manoeuvrings of Judith Collins (paywalled)
Mike Houlahan (ODT): Woodhouse lands shadow Leader of House role
Henry Cooke (Stuff): Judith Collins strips Chris Bishop of key portfolio
Thomas Coughlan (Herald): Chris Bishop stripped of portfolio but keeps ranking in National reshuffle
RNZ: Judith Collins announces National portfolio reshuffle
Mark Longley (Newshub): Judith Collins reveals National’s new-look Shadow Cabinet
1 News: National tweaks portfolios after Collins reviews MPs’ performance

Lockdown compliance, enforcement, checkpoints
Andrew Geddis (Spinoff): Are police stretching their legal Covid-combatting powers?
Herald: Police threaten to arrest ex-Greens candidate Luke Wijohn who films them making late night arrest
Pat O’Dea (Daily Blog): Wijohn threatened
Sasha Borissenko (Herald): Consequences of breaking level 4 lockdown rules (paywalled)
Ben Leahy and Qiuyi Tan (Herald): Woman injured in accident, 50 mountain bikers on Queenstown trails
1 News: Police ‘disappointed’ after one of 50 mountain bikers on Queenstown track injured
RNZ: Coastal cruisers urged to follow lockdown rules
Newstalk ZB: Police Association: Bearded police officers not on the frontlines during Covid
Ireland Hendry-Tennent (Newshub): One person shows up at anti-lockdown protest in Auckland
Tom Hunt and Kate Green (Stuff): Orca remain in harbour north of Wellington, police checkpoint halts rubberneckers 
Herald:TV host Ryan Bridge pulled over by police, asked to prove identity

Lockdown inequality, charities
Steven Cowan (Against the Current): Socialism for the rich. Capitalism for the rest of us.
Stuff: Government funding for extra 60,000 food parcels
Dubby Henry (Herald): Charity KidsCan calls for donations to help feed hungry families during lockdown
Josephine Franks (Stuff):Families struggle to feed children with schools and daycares closed
Vicki Anderson and Nadine Porter (Stuff): Tales of lockdown – ‘There’s more despair this time’
Bernard Orsman (Herald): It’s okay to feel frustrated and there’s places for help, says Ardern
Lucy Xia (Stuff): Chinese elders missing out on key information about Covid-19 community outbreak
Karen Coltman (Stuff): Bracing for a big lockdown power bill 
Tamsyn Parker (Herald): Westpac NZ boss Simon Power: Financial hardship cases will rise if lockdown extended (paywalled)
Belinda Feek (Herald): Charity, secondhand shops inundated with dumped rubbish during lockdown
Gary Hamilton-Irvine (Herald): Domestic violence service expects wave of calls after lockdown (paywalled)

Katy Jones (Stuff): Less appetite for distance learning reported this lockdown
Dubby Henry (Herald): Reading, maths didn’t suffer overall in 2020 despite lockdowns
Daisy Hudson (ODT): Uni’s handling of sexual misconduct questioned

Jono Galuszka (Stuff): Former Kiwi soldier says Taliban already hunting down Afghan allies
Andrew McRae (RNZ): Government urged to lobby for safe passage of those wanting to flee Afghanistan
Andrew McRae (RNZ): ‘Hundreds’ of people left behind in Afghanistan – Minister of Defence
Thomas Manch (Stuff): Possibly hundreds left behind as New Zealand Afghanistan evacuation mission ends after Kabul terror attack
Tess McClure (Guardian): ‘Total betrayal’: Afghan interpreters shocked as New Zealand ends Kabul evacuation
Kate Banville, Tess McClure, Ben Doherty and Daniel Hurst (Guardian): Afghan allies feel ‘abandoned’ by Australia and New Zealand, as Kabul evacuation flights end
Jono Galuszka (Stuff): New Zealand-based Afghan woman says the Government has ‘forgotten about people like us’
Damian George (Stuff): Kiwi fears for Afghan friend on Taliban hit list as New Zealand ends evacuation
Kurt Bayer (Herald): Inside the extraordinary New Zealand Defence Force evacuation mission to Kabul
RNZ: 370 evacuees from Afghanistan headed for New Zealand, Foreign Affairs says
Newstalk ZB: Defence Force Minister: We still plan on evacuating people stuck in Afghanistan
Zane Small and Caley Callahan (Newshub): Jacinda Ardern promises ‘future evacuation’ but warns it will ‘look different’ as allies withdraw
Zane Small (Newshub): Jacinda Ardern condemns ‘despicable attack’ in Kabul as final Defence Force evacuee flight lands safely in UAE
RNZ: Kabul attack: Final evacuation flight had left ahead of bombing – PM
Helen Clark (Spinoff): The world must not turn its back on Afghanistan
Thomas Manch (Stuff): New Zealander narrowly misses evacuation, flees from terror attack
Jonathan Milne (Newsroom): Afghan leader’s refuge plea to NZ: ‘The scars on my heart will remain’
Abbas Nazari (Stuff): The case for refugees: What New Zealand can do to help Afghanistan 
Edward Gay (Stuff): Auckland gun shop cans idea for ‘Kabul Skydiving Club’ T-shirt after complaints

Local government
Bernard Orsman (Herald): Auckland mayoral race firming up: Mark Mitchell versus David Shearer? (paywalled)
Todd Niall (Stuff): Auckland’s Zoom mayor working alone in a council skyscraper
Stephen Forbes (Local Democracy Reporting): Supercity infrastructure projects grapple with lockdown restrictions
Mike Mather (Stuff): Hamilton mayor urges colleagues to look deeper into waters reforms process
Andrew Marshall (ODT): DCC lagging going online for meetings
Hamish MacLean (ODT): Call to disband councillors, bring in commissioners
Hilary Calvert (ODT): Governance after operational advice
Guy Trafford (Interest): Service to the community has been lost

Arthur Grimes (Listener/Herald): Government has caused housing crisis to become a catastrophe (paywalled)
1 News: Renter given notice during lockdown as landlord ignores ‘be kind’ message
Greg Ninness (Interest): Rent increases strongest in the central North Island, weak in Wellington with a big decline in Queenstown
Newshub: ‘Elitist’ Auckland golf club wins rezoning battle, won’t be turned into housing
Miriam Bell (Stuff): Time to make auctions work better for first-home buyers 
Miriam Bell (Stuff): Lockdown prompts Auckland eyes to wander to property elsewhere
Kerre McIvor (Herald): Sleepyhead and the plan to transform Huntly (paywalled)

Karol Abrasowicz-Madej (Herald): Sustainable motoring is more than just switching to an electric vehicle (paywalled)
Joel MacManus (Stuff): How a pedestrian crossing is dividing Wellington
RNZ: New operator appointed to run Auckland Transport’s suburban rail service
Todd Niall (Stuff): Auckland commuter rail service gets $1 billion shake-up
Riley Kennedy (ODT): Deal signed for Ritchies sale
RNZ: Ritchies sold to New York-based investment giant
Oliver Lewis (BusinessDesk): Citing emissions, unions call for KiwiRail ferry review (paywalled)

Steve Kilgallon (Stuff): Net closing on infamous bottle store owner accused of ‘modern-day slavery’
Alison Mau (Stuff): Are we being duped on the gender pay gap?

Primary industries
RNZ: National, environment groups take aim at government over delay to winter grazing rules
Bonnie Flaws (Stuff): Pugging and sowing date rules shelved as animal rights activists decry ‘mud farming’
Rachael Kelly (Stuff): Groundswell NZ have had a win, but they won’t stop their campaign
Peter Cressey Belinda Cridge Catherine McLeod Glenda Lewis (Stuff): Unlikely nitrates in water or food increase New Zealand cancer risk – study
Daniel Smith (Stuff): The future of farming could be up, not out
1 News: Farmers doing their best to keep Covid at bay
Lawrence Gullery (Stuff): Kiwis can’t hide from Covid-19 at the bottom of the world
RNZ: The Detail: Farming the sea bed for weed

Conservation, environment
Conan Young (RNZ): Only 54 Māui dolphins remain, DoC survey shows
Mare Haimona-Riki (Māori TV): Environment group wants government force added to rāhui

1 News: Retirement Commissioner: NZ Superannuation – play with it at your peril
1 News: Changes urged to make Super equitable for Māori, Pasifika
Connor Stirling (1 News): How does NZ’s Super Scheme compare to the world?
Whena Owen (1 News): Brutal reality of retirement in the Bay of Plenty

Jenny Nicholls (Stuff):Aotearoa needs investigative journalism, not more ‘reckons’
Martyn Bradbury (Daily blog): Andrea Vance & Spin-off begging their woke supporters to not be arseholes is the best thing to happen this week
Victor Billot (Newsroom): An ode for .. Duncan Garner

Brian Easton (Pundit): Economic Predicting Is Not What It Seems
Morgan Godfery (Guardian): A neat trick’: Critics aim to shift Aotearoa debate, but historical fidelity no longer matters 
Ruby Heyward (ODT): Name reflects shared history
Bruce Munro (ODT): Not in your backyard
Emma Hatton (RNZ): Officials keep close eye on ‘buy now pay later’ usage during lockdown
RNZ: Borrowers to get refunds after Harmoney and Commerce Commission strike deal
Jane Tolerton (Listener/Herald): Kate Sheppard and the myth of one (paywalled)
Sam Sachdeva (Newsroom): China export clampdown threatens Kiwi businesses
RNZ: NZ discusses West Papuan accused of treason with Indonesia
John Berry (Stuff): Ampol should commit to funding low-carbon energy infrastructure, if it’s to be allowed Z Energy 
Phil Pennington (RNZ): MBIE cuts back on staff churn in areas with high turnover
RNZ: Petition calls for better mobility parking enforcement
Cate Broughton (Stuff): Plunket takes on its history, and future, to be ‘a better Treaty partner’
Kennedy Warne (E-Tangata): Molecules and mātauranga
Duncan Johnstone (Stuff): America’s Cup hosting bids go to the wire and result will be spectacular
Zoë George (Stuff): 40 years on: Photographer Ans Westra in the thick of the 1981 Springbok protest
Trevor Richards (Herald): How about an apology from NZ Rugby? (paywalled)
Tamati Tiananga (Māori TV): Ngāti Maniapoto people vote to sign treaty settlement
Mare Haimona-Riki (Māori TV): New documentary explores misappropriation of haka
Melanie Reid and Bonnie Sumner (Newsroom): Feeling belittled and marginalised in the Family Court
Simon Ewing-Jarvie (Unclas): Podcast: Defending New Zealand 1: Armed Neutral and Long Range
Mike Mather (Stuff): Hamilton becoming less and less safe at night, survey reveals
Benn Bathgate (Stuff): Whakaari/White Island defendants all enter not guilty pleas



70 − 61 =

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.