Bernard’s Pick of the links- Nov 13
Jacinda Ardern says she doesn’t see Ports of Auckland's future as ‘necessarily being political’; and call for urgent review of foreign forestry investment.
Jenny Coatham ( Spinoff): The young climate activists who broke through to the halls of power
Harrison Christian(Stuff) GCSB rejects Chinese media reports of 'softening' of Huawei 5G ban
Audrey Young (NZHerald-Paywalled) Audrey Young: Why Chris Hipkins is top of the class
Aimee Shaw(Herald): Auckland Airport retailers feel squeeze from 'huge rents', 'increased competition' (paywalled)
Eric Frykberg (RNZ): Call for urgent review of foreign forestry investment
Jenny Varghese (Spinoff): Busting myths about arranged marriage
The best of the rest
Charlie Dreaver (RNZ): Firearms Prohibition Order proposal raises fears of warrantless search powers
Derek Cheng (Herald): Simon Bridges: Laws that breach human rights justified for dangerous people
Derek Cheng (Herald): Firearms Prohibition Orders: Wide police powers to take guns from dangerous people
Cherie Sivignon (Stuff): Rachel Boyack returns as Labour Party candidate in Nelson for 2020
Stephen Forbes(Stuff): Claims NZ's defective buildings are a threat to public safety
Tom Pullar-Strecker (Stuff): Infrastructure Commission tots up spending plans worth $21b
John Anthony(Stuff): Air New Zealand trials check-in and bag drop-off in downtown Queenstown
Jane Patterson(RNZ): Auckland port move: Cabinet ministers deliberate on decision
Catherine Harris(Stuff): Claims for replacement car hire can be valid, court says
Statistics NZ: New Zealand net migration rate remains high
Susan Edmunds(Stuff): New Zealand population has had big migration boost, Stats NZ says
Collette Devin (Stuff): Financial pressure on rural sector 'likely to get worse'
Dairy Womens Network: Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year nominations are open
Anuja Nadkarni (Stuff): Plumber forgot bolt, so tenant loses bond over water damage
Tech, Media and Telecoms
Janine Rankin (Stuff): Second stage of New Zealand's biggest wind farm to go ahead
Phil Pennington (RNZ): Counties Manukau DHB refuse to disclose details of bullying at Middlemore
Jason Walls (Herald): Government to unveil 'significant' changes to New Zealand's embattled DHBs next month
John Gerritsen(RNZ): Tomorrow's Schools review: government announces major reforms
Simon Collins (Herald): Tomorrow's Schools: Govt takes over school zoning powers
Henry Cooke (Stuff): Biggest overhaul of school system in 30 years
Catherine Groenestein (Stuff): Veteran acting principal appointed at Hāwera Intermediate School
Anna Whyte (1News): Major overhaul of New Zealand schools to set system up 'for the next 30 years'
Charlotte Jones (RNZ):PGF applications the cause of public exclusion from meetings
Adam Pearse ( Northern Advocate): Whangārei's Sherwood Park Golf Club celebrates 50-year anniversary
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