Schools and foreign student money
With the millions in foreign student money gone thanks to border restrictions, schools must learn to re-cut their cloth.
Protecting against China’s post-Covid buying spree
The Government has rushed through legislation to protect strategically important businesses from China’s expected bargain-hunting spree
Clarke considers trade ties - and colonial history
The British High Commissioner on FTA talks with New Zealand, and the move to remove settlers’ statues.
NZ still plotting place in China’s Belt and Road
The Government is working on how to participate in Xi Jinping’s flagship initiative - but Covid-19 is putting the broader project under strain.
Feeling the heat
From Ihumātao to armed patrols, Kathryn Kearney draws parallels between a burning America and NZ - a country that pats itself on the back for tolerating diversity while failing to promote anti-racism policies for all Kiwis.
Covid and stress: At the heart of the problem
The passing of tourism leader Sue Fletcher-Vea, who died of cardiac arrest at just 52, has highlighted a groundbreaking initiative to help Cook Islanders manage the stress and anxiety of Covid-19. Jonathan Milne reports.
Parker lays into EU over ‘paltry’ trade offer
A poor market access offer for NZ’s agriculture sector makes FTA talks unworkable, our Trade Minister says.
Nothing stops the march of European integration
A proposed new fund marks the first step towards a different kind of European Union
An insight into George Floyd’s world
An African-American pastor from George Floyd’s community gives The Detail a special insight into what’s happening there - and gives us hope for the future.