Pacific reset for the Defence Force?
The Government could still announce a Pacific reset for defence, but one that involves a more stringent look at the region’s demands of NZ, writes Robert Ayson.
What a NZ republic might look like
Professor Janet McLean explores what might happen to NZ’s Crown-Māori relationship if the country were to become a republic.
The basic flaw in our education system
Elizabeth Rata explains how our National Curriculum is falling short when it comes to subjects like English.
The bigger brother watching you
Who do we get angry at when people use the data we freely release to the world to manipulate us?
Calls for better cat controls
Cats are a continual cause of controversy in New Zealand, they are either loved, or their feral counterparts threaten native wildlife. Should they be considered pests? Professor Margaret Stanley argues the importance of making the distinction.
Adding life to years in the North
In this two-part article, Dr Marama Muru-Lanning and Mere Kepa look into an initiative that aims to tackle the future health needs of elderly Māori in Northland.
The gamble of #deleteFacebook
The costs of ditching your internet social circle are by no means trivial, but if enough people do it the social media monster will lose its relevance.
Making plans for Mt Albert
Developers of the Mt Albert KiwiBuild site should look offshore for innovative and clever designs that would avoid the project becoming a slum