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Latest documents

  • Freedom — it’s not just another word

    I’ve learned a number of lessons from the pandemic. The most important are about the features of life that we once took for granted.

  • FAIR WINDS FOR GROWTH

    He’s a keen competitive sailor, married to a three-time Olympian, friends with Danish royalty, and has just spent nearly $20 million on a house in Australia.

  • Undersea cable, giant data centre planned for South Island

    A plan for a giant data centre in the South Island is a step closer following news that Auckland-based Hawaiki plans a new trans-Pacific cable that will provide the South Island with its first direct broadband link to the world.

  • Ennor’s midfield partnership with Tupaea excites coach Foster

    All Blacks midfielder Braydon Ennor knows the value of setting goals.

  • Inside story of the All Blacks’ financial u-turn

    When US investment firm Silver Lake slapped a $3.1 billion price tag on the All Blacks earlier this year, it surprised no one inside the team.

  • Gilmour jumps at offer by McLaren

    Kiwi race driver Emma Gilmour has realised a dream in becoming a McLaren driver.

  • We’re finally getting somewhere with Covid

    At long last we are getting somewhere, I think. The Government has begun to treat the virus as we treat every other infectious disease — with vaccination and medical services, not by suspending life much longer.

  • Where are the protests for healthy lives?

    As an MIQ worker and Aucklander, I empathise with those protesting about lockdown — my kids really need to go back to school and people to work — but before protesting at government decisions, they should be protesting a hundred times louder at the causes of the need for lockdown first.

  • Rescue of little Cleo is the news we needed

    Australians typically take their big-wig officials with a large grain of salt.

  • Strange and sad case of colourful Ben Swann

    The strange, sad case of Benjamin Christopher Missi Swann has come to a kind of rest. Ever since the former teacher was arrested and charged with indecent acts on young boys, through to his first trial, which ended with the jury unable to reach a verdict, through the long wait for a retrial when he embarked on a really quite audacious plan to become a star of broadcast news, through to his second trial, which found him guilty, and right up to his sentencing last September, when Justice Moore jailed him for three years and said, “You have caused the victims great hurt”, Swann held fast to something precious: denial.

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    We all know the stock scene from a thousand TV shows: a room full of cops, their shirtsleeves rolled up, gathered around a whiteboard with a single photograph pinned to it....

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  • Mum and Dad in the

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