International students deserve better
International students make an important contribution to NZ, so we should be doing more to protect them from exploitation, writes Christina Stringer.
Do Kiwis know enough about climate change?
“While public awareness has increased, climate change education appears patchy at best.”
Benefit fraud vs tax evasion: NZ’s hypocrisy
It has been the best of times and the worst of times for two prominent women in NZ politics. But Metiria Turei’s fall from grace tells us something about NZ’s social values.
NZ research may pop the filter bubble
New research aims to break down the walls created by social and search algorithms.
70 years on, India still shaped by partition pain
India celebrates 70 years of Independence, but also needs to come to terms with the aftermath of partition, writes Sekhar Bandyopadhyay.
Why are we still ignoring women’s rugby?
The Black Ferns are NZs premier rugby team if ‘winning’ international tournaments is counted as the measure of success, writes Jennifer Curtin.
Empower social workers to stop uplift trauma
NZ needs to ‘resource social workers’ involved in uplifting children, not merely force compliance with court orders.
Putting Pasifika characters front and centre
Playwright Victor Rodger discusses the representation of Samoan actors and characters and his desire to resist the norm.