Why Vodafone’s boss likes social media
In the final part of a three-part interview with Newsroom, Vodafone CEO Jason Paris discusses his management style and why he is a prolific user of social media.
The 2nd of three Victoria University of Wellington debates on AI looks at a relationship that will be pivotal for children’s schooling,
Bell Gully litigation partner Tim Smith tells Newsroom the Mainzeal case is a timely reminder that directors need to exercise professional scepticism.
Audience members are asked to imagine a world without electricity in the first of three Victoria University of Wellington debates about the opportunities and challenges of AI.
Kiwibank’s chief economist Jarrod Kerr predicts interest rates are set fall again and stay low for the next five years.
In part two of a three part video interview with Newsroom’s Bernard Hickey, Vodafone CEO Jason Paris discusses the advantages of 5G.
In the first of a three part video interview with Newsroom’s Bernard Hickey, Vodafone CEO Jason Paris discusses his plans for the company under its new owners.
As great political comebacks go, we’ve had a few. But not many compare with Malaysia’s 93-year-old PM. Mark Jennings reviews a film made by his granddaughter.
Kiwibank’s chief economist Jarrod Kerr and head of financial markets Peter Hunt discuss RBNZ’s decision to cut interest rates.
Captain Marvel is the first of 48 Marvel-related movies to feature a woman in the leading role. Dr Neal Curtis looks at its importance.
Watch video interview: Melanie Reid talks to the mothers of two victims of Paul Wilson, united by horror and anger at how it could happen again.
If Kendall Flutey had her way, no child would get to high school without becoming financially literate.
Former PM Helen Clark says she would encourage any young women thinking about entering politics to “go for it” but they would need to “toughen up”.
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says the latest employment figures put more pressure on the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates.
In the first of a three-part video investigation, Melanie Reid and Mark Jennings visit the scene of an environmental crime in Fiji and meet a landowner who helped stop a Chinese developer. WATCH the dramatic footage.
In the second of a three-part video investigation, Melanie Reid is with Malolo Island villagers as they take up the fight against environmental destruction caused by a Chinese developer.
In the final episode of a three-part video investigation, Melanie Reid and Mark Jennings seek answers in Suva, going in the space of a few hours from jail to Parliament to a promise to stop destruction on Malolo. WATCH their arrest and flamboyant release.
National MP Chris Penk explains how following the stars can keeping you from being all at sea.