Monday Mar 3
Dann on Labour's monetary madness
Cunliffe and his quietly spoken deputy David Parker seem determined to turn away a large and valuable chunk of the electorate - the business community.
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Fri Feb 28, 2014
Cunliffe keeps promise to far left
David Cunliffe became Labour leader by promising party activists and union bosses he would end the so-called 30-year neoliberal experiment.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Talking of manufacturing
A new report released by ManufacturingNZ says contrary to popular belief, the New Zealand economy is actually manufacturing heavy compared with other OECD nations.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Good morning Bendigo! 26.02.14
Concessional loans, federal assistance for water infrastructure and additional funding for assistance in personal crisis were among the elements listed in the multi-million dollar scheme.
Kiwis rally for rights in Australia
A UGANDAN tabloid has published the names of 200 homosexuals, just one day after the president enacted a law which sees gay people jailed for life.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Track Record Renders Academic's Criticism Absurd
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says it is absurd that a Fijian academic with a poor human rights record has launched an attack on him.
MOTAT is Auto Lovers Delight
Opening on 1 March, MOTAT will tell the stories of Kiwi icons with the launch of the new Kiwi Stars and Cars Exhibition.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Does Labour have a Plan B?
During Labour's leadership roadshow, Mr Key's aides let it be known the prime minister wanted David Cunliffe to win.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
The Times of Israel
Former NZ PM Helen Clark 'blown away' by Israeli ingenuity
The innovations of tomorrow are borne of the ideas of today. And to get the idea juices flowing, 70 carefully selected entrepreneurs, academics, and students got away from it all this week - heading out to Caesarea - to discuss what the future will look like, and how they and others will help it get that way.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Cunliffe's Four Fails
Wendy Brandon, a former Auckland Council lawyer and adviser to Mr Cunliffe when he was health minister, is said to have found it difficult to reconcile Mr Cunliffe's supporters including Labour's now radicalised membership base with a caucus that remains overwhelmingly hostile to him.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Time to reflect on historic poll tax apology
This year marks the twelfth anniversary of the historic poll tax apology by the Labour Government which healed many wounds for the Kiwi Chinese community and strengthened New Zealand's legacy as an inclusive and welcoming multicultural society.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Federal Computer Week
Greetings from New Zealand
I arrived for the first time in the Auckland, New Zealand, airport after a 13-hour flight from Los Angeles -- to give some lectures at Victoria University in Wellington -- and switched over to the domestic terminal for a short commuter flight to the tourist resort town of Rotorua .