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.
Border tipped to open for America’s Cup sailors
A Government okay for foreign crews to come here to train is likely soon, Auckland’s Mayor says
Helen Clark on China and Covid-19
The former PM on how the Asian superpower handled the pandemic - and what that means for us.
Banking on a Shaw thing
New Zealander Bernadette Shaw has been carjacked in Papua New Guinea and ducked drunken fights in Darwin, yet it’s in leading a small Pacific bank through the Covid crisis that this risk averse financier is exploring her wildest frontier. Jonathan Milne reports.
Tip-toeing around China
China is making sure a good crisis is not going to waste.
Coconut revival in cyclone-hit Vanuatu
Traditional weaving methods have become essential to Vanuatu’s Cyclone Harold recovery as thousands face more than a month with no basic shelter, Teuila Fuatai reports.
New paper questions Swedish strategy
A new paper calls into question the economic benefits of Sweden’s anti-lockdown strategy.
Baby on board but no boarding call
Cook Islanders stranded in New Zealand face further uncertainty after authorities close a Covid-19 repatriation programme without adequate explanation, reports Teuila Fuatai.
Bringing New Zealand to you
People the world over are saying .... ‘I wish I could be in New Zealand right now’. That might be hard for a while but marketing expert Geoff Ross has a plan to take our products to the world and lift our recession-hit economy.
Taiwan’s WHO claims a test of Peters’ diplomatic nous
New Zealand’s position on Taiwan’s involvement in the world health body is less controversial than Winston Peters’ expression of it.