A brave new world of euthanasia?
Normalising euthanasia as a compassionate option may blind us to hopeful alternatives and short-circuit treatment possibilities, argues Jannah Dennison.
Ardern, Macron to chair social media meeting
NZ and France will work together to stop social media’s use in organising and promoting terrorism and violent extremism in the wake of last month’s terrorist attacks in Christchurch.
NZ’s potential cannabis pitfalls
The future prospects of cannabis control in NZ remain murky and undefined at this point. Benedikt Fischer makes a plea for clarification ahead of this important decision.
Dunne: Labour’s lack of time and lack of depth
Jacinda Ardern is both the Government’s biggest asset, and consequently its biggest potential liability.
Jacinda Ardern just did a John Key
Ardern just capitulated to the gold card generation. There’ll be a reckoning when generation rent outvote the baby boomers.
Bridges looks for small mercies as slide continues
The latest poll could have been worse for the National leader - but it’s hard to shake the sense he is in a nosedive.
Anxiety as Maxwell investigation again delayed
Inquiry into whether the Retirement Commissioner bullied staff has been extended again - without a new deadline.
Time to step back from capital gains tax
Jacinda Ardern should call a halt to the stubborn pursuit of an unpopular tax, says Peter Dunne.