Columns

Gordon Campbell: the Greenwald/Snowden revelations aftermath

16 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on the aftermath of the Greenwald/Snowden revelations [See correction below. link] The credibility issues have come down to two main ones: 1 The email. This has to do with whether Key... more

Gordon Campbell on the Glenn Greenwald revelations

15 Sep 2014 Opinion
Column - Gordon Campbell   Gordon Campbell on the Glenn Greenwald revelations All that hanging out with the All Blacks clearly hasn’t taught Prime Minister John Key a thing about the ethics of playing... more

Gordon Campbell on Obama’s major foreign policy speech today

11 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on Obama’s major foreign policy speech today on the Islamic State For the Syrian people, the next ten years offers them two really unpleasant choices. They can be slaughtered by the... more

Martin Doyle Cartoon: Pure as the driven snow

10 Sep 2014 Opinion
Opinion - Martin Doyle   Martin Doyle Cartoon: Pure as the driven snow   more

Martin Doyle Cartoon: Keyhole surgery for voters

9 Sep 2014 Opinion
Opinion - Martin Doyle   Martin Doyle Cartoon: Keyhole surgery for voters   more

Gordon Campbell on National’s phantom tax cut package

9 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
Hmmm. So National’s tax cuts package turns out to be one of those television advertisements that screams a headline promise – perfect skin! a youth tonic that works! - while in very small print... more

Gordon Campbell on wondering what to do with Putin and IS

5 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on the West’s existential crisis about what to do with Putin, and the Islamic State Say one thing for Russian President Vladimir Putin. At least he’s given NATO a purpose in... more

Martin Doyle Cartoon: Valuable advertising supplement

3 Sep 2014 Opinion
Opinion - Martin Doyle   Martin Doyle Cartoon: Valuable advertising supplement At any election - but especially for one that will balance on a knife-edge - parties are legally bound to abide by the law... more

Gordon Campbell on the Greens plan to lift the minimum wage

3 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on the Greens proposal to gradually lift the minimum wage Heading into the election home stretch, voters have a clear choice about the best way to help low and middle income New... more

Martin Doyle cartoon: Wrong arm of the law

2 Sep 2014 Opinion
Opinion - Martin Doyle   Martin Doyle cartoon: Wrong arm of the law   Cl... more

Gordon Campbell on John Key’s ‘blame it on Judith’ strategy

1 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
Gordon Campbell on John Key’s ‘blame it on Judith’ strategy Right now, Prime Minister John Key seems intent on limiting the scope of any inquiry into his government’s dealings with... more

Gordon Campbell on leaders debate and Judith Collins

29 Aug 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on last night’s debate, and the Collins accusation Debating is a peculiar discipline in that what you say is less important than how you’re saying it. Looking poised, being ... more

Gordon Campbell on Peters’ latest bout of immigrant bashing

28 Aug 2014 Column By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on Winston Peters’ latest bout of immigrant bashing, and Bob Dylan in the basement (again) So in the latest 3News-Reid Research poll, New Zealand First and the Conservatives more

NZ’s UN Security Council bid hangs by a nuclear thread

27 Aug 2014 Opinion By Bob Rigg
On 16 June the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna circulated a request backed by 18 members of the Arab League calling on Israel to place its nuclear facilities under the IAEA’s inspection... more

Gordon Campbell on the US somersaults over Syria and Iran

26 Aug 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on the US foreign policy somersaults over Syria and Iran Amidst the day-to-day reports about the military advances of the Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria, one remarkable aspect... more

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News

Celebrating women’s right to vote

16 Sep 2014 News
Women’s Affairs Minister Jo Goodhew has celebrated the 121st anniversary of women’s suffrage with an event recognising... more

Eminem publishers sue New Zealand National Party

16 Sep 2014 Politics
Eight Mile Style Eminem Publishers Sue New Zealand National Party for Alleged Infringement of “Lose Yourself” ... more

Business

Greenwald posts article on NZ spying allegations

15 Sep 2014 Business News By Fiona Rotherham
Article - BusinessDesk   Greenwald posts article on spying allegations ahead of 'Moment of Truth' event By Fiona Rotherham Sept.... more

NZX questions Vista's 24% gain in past two weeks

15 Sep 2014 Business News By Suze Metherell
Sept. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Vista Group International, the cinema software and data analytics company, has been issued a please... more

Living

Pop superstar Lady Gaga using Shuttlerock's kiwi software

15 Sep 2014 Environment By Fiona Rotherham
Sept. 15 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand visual marketing software company Shuttlerock has added Lady Gaga to its client list. While... more

German, Kiwi films big winners at Uni Shorts 2014

15 Sep 2014 Entertainment
AUCKLAND: German filmmakers dominated the awards at the third annual Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival held over the... more

Property

Auckland house sales drop in August as winter, election weigh

3 Sep 2014 Property By Paul McBeth
Sept. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland house sales fell for a third month in August and the number of listings remained muted in the... more

House sales down as winter cools market - REINZ

14 Aug 2014 Property
New Zealand house sales fell in July as winter cooled the appetite of house hunters while a drop in properties selling for $400,000... more

Migration

Reserve Bank says migration impact on housing 'muted' so far

11 Sep 2014 Migration By Suze Metherell
Sept. 11 (BusinessDesk) - The Reserve Bank is keenly watching the impact New Zealand's decade-high net migration inflow is having on... more

Who's living next door to you?

20 Aug 2014 Migration
Statistics NZ puts out detailed data on different ethnic groups, down to the 108 people from the Isle of Man. Did you know there are... more

Travel

Longer Wellington runway worth 2-5 flights daily by 2060

11 Sep 2014 Travel & Tourism By Pattrick Smellie
Sept. 11 (BusinessDesk) - Plans for a $350 million runway extension for Wellington International Airport would provide the capital... more

NZ guest nights rise in July

10 Sep 2014 Travel & Tourism By Suze Metherell
NZ guest nights rise in July on school holidays, record short term visitors   Sept. 10 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand guest... more

Sport

Last race puts ETNZ on top

15 Sep 2014 Sport
Emirates Team New Zealand Today’s pictures are here Emirates Team New Zealand has won Act 6 of the Extreme Sailing series today... more

All Blacks hold off great foes South Africa

14 Sep 2014 Rugby
In the end it was down to some belligerent and tireless defence from the All Blacks, and a couple of moments of sublime from Kieran... more

Columns

Gordon Campbell: the Greenwald/Snowden revelations aftermath

16 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on the aftermath of the Greenwald/Snowden revelations [See correction below. link] The credibility issues... more

Gordon Campbell on the Glenn Greenwald revelations

15 Sep 2014 Opinion
Column - Gordon Campbell   Gordon Campbell on the Glenn Greenwald revelations All that hanging out with the All Blacks clearly... more

Kiwi Success

Prestigious Awards in Psychology

10 Sep 2014 People
The New Zealand Psychological Society (NZPsS) -the largest membership association for psychologists in New Zealand, offers awards... more

The duo behind NZ's hottest new label

20 Aug 2014 People
We're expecting big things from Harman Grubisa, the new label from Auckland-based friends Madeleine Harman (right) and Jessica... more

Recruitment

Paramedics in NZ jump at opportunity of London career

11 Sep 2014 Recruitment
Paramedics in New Zealand jump at opportunity of a clinical career in London Paramedics hoping for a chance to work for the... more

High dollar, hands-off Govt sends workers to dole queue

22 Aug 2014 Recruitment
The loss of up to 100 jobs at Croxley stationery in Auckland is devastating news for their families and the local Avondale... more