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Pacific governments ‘working better’ with creative media in pandemic

Pacific governments ‘working better’ with creative media in pandemic

April 1, 2020

Pacific governments across the region have put side their differences with media and are working alongside...

Freeport shooting: A sad tragedy, but don’t overlook past Papua repression

Freeport shooting: A sad tragedy, but don’t overlook past Papua repression

April 1, 2020

A sad story has taken place again in the PT Freeport Indonesia gold and copper mine area near Timika...

The price models pay

The price models pay

March 12, 2020

The modelling industry is usually associated with glamour and fame; what is not usually shown or discussed...

Is pill testing the answer to Australia’s drug problem?

Is pill testing the answer to Australia’s drug problem?

March 12, 2020

Passing a joint, popping a pill; plenty do it, it’s nothing new. Getting a few caps is just part of...

Global technology leader warns against ‘digital takeover’ of democracy

Global technology leader warns against ‘digital takeover’ of democracy

March 11, 2020

Global technology and business leader Dr Anita Sands has warned against allowing digital technology to...

Stranded on the wrong side of the digital wall

Stranded on the wrong side of the digital wall

March 10, 2020

"I just want somebody to talk to."

The call of Ihumātao: Migrant communities standing with Māori

The call of Ihumātao: Migrant communities standing with Māori

August 14, 2019

The occupation at Ihumātao is a spectacle of flags. In every direction they flutter. Alongside tino rangati...

UN Security-General tells youth be ‘noisy as possible’ on climate change

UN Security-General tells youth be ‘noisy as possible’ on climate change

May 16, 2019

Older generations are failing to address climate change and they need the world’s youth to lead the...

Construction ready for holistic eating disorder house

Construction ready for holistic eating disorder house

May 9, 2019

After being told she had just one week to live, Auckland-born Millie Thomas travelled to the Sunshine Coast to die “in her happy place”. Her life had been consumed by anorexia

How journalists can improve diversity in our media

How journalists can improve diversity in our media

March 28, 2019

The New Zealand mainstream media has done two things in the past fortnight – it’s shown just how good it can be with excellent reporting of the Christchurch mosque terror attacks.

Students on NZ massacre: ‘We want to stay as a country, unified, always’

March 22, 2019

Muslim students have praised the gestures of kindness they have received from fellow students and the New Zealand community following last Friday’s terror attack in Christchurch when 50 people were massacred.

Online hate speech ‘gives green light’ to religion, race attacks

Online hate speech ‘gives green light’ to religion, race attacks

March 20, 2019

Religion and race-based attacks will continue as a result of the rise of online hate speech, says a leading New Zealand academic.

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