New plan gives Pacific people chance to stay home
Countries like Kiribati may have a say in their future, thanks to a group of Kiwi engineers.
Soils risk perfect storm as forestry and cities grow
Part 3 of 3 Newsroom stories on the new Environment Aotearoa report: Soil loss, housing pressure and climate change.
NZ plans for inevitable climate migration
You’ll no longer hear the Government utter the words ‘climate refugee’, but behind the scenes officials continue to plan for Pacific climate migration.
Fight over vocational education rages on
Chris Hipkins says he needs to push on with vocational education reforms to do away with uncertainty, but the ITOs are begging him to slow down.
Worse coming for Auckland drivers
Auckland drivers can expect commutes to get worse before they get better as the city pushes on with multiple transport changes.
NZME radio is all Talk
NewstalkZB is the big, hands-down winner in the latest commercial radio ratings - matched by its rivals only in Wellington where it was first equal with The Breeze.
John Campbell’s roving days over
The move of TVNZ’s high-paid star John Campbell to an off-peak and studio-bound role hosting Breakfast is baffling, Mark Jennings writes.
Declicate balance of liberty and security
“It’s notable that three quarters of terrorist attacks in the US since 9/11 have been conducted by those inspired by the far right. So why has the focus been so concentrated on Islamist extremism?”