Paying for an uncongested Auckland
Phil Twyford tells Bernard Hickey the Government has big plans to change the way Auckland’s big new light rail projects will be paid for.
Where the water wars will go next
The new govt has confirmed a watered-down version of Labour’s proposed water tax.
Wireless charging tech vital for EV uptake
To help alleviate concerns of operating an EV, extending range is critical. That’s where wireless charging research comes in.
Traps touted as alternative to 1080
Could traps make the sort of impact required to solve a problem resulting in 25 million birds a year?
NZ scientists set sail in search of new species
Auckland Museum’s Head of Natural Sciences Dr Tom Trnski talks to Mark Jennings about a new expedition to document undiscovered marine plant and animal species.
Dame Anne Salmond: A new start for NZ
“This is the real challenge for the new government – to clean up and restore life to our democracy, as well as to rivers and lakes across the land.”
Rod Oram: New leadership, fresh agenda
The change to a Labour-led government will bring new ideas and energy to a wide range of NZ’s economic challenges.
EPA moves to rescind global warming plan
The Trump administration is moving to ease restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants.