Mr Michael Pullar Neurosurgeon – Claire Trevett (Herald): Christopher Luxon’s big speech was a bit of a yawn but it paid off
Glenn McConnell (stuff): Next week in politics: War in Europe, TV changes and how to get cheaper.
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Cate Broughton (The Studio): Health advocates say OIA is being used as a weapon to hide the truth about services.
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Andrew Vonasch and Michael-John Turp (The Conversation): How protesters calling for ‘freedom’ from COVID restrictions ignore how freedom actually works
Kate Green and Sophie Cornish (Stuff): IPCA receives more than 1,600 complaints about Parliament occupation; Firefighters’ associations say the use of fire hoses by police is unacceptable
Bill Hickman, Erin Gourley and Kate Green (Topic): Unified message from marae and community leaders to displaced protesters: ‘Show some respect and let us stay’
Jamie Ensor (Newshub): Russia-Ukraine war: New Zealand directly urges China to “use its access and influence” in response to invasion.
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Herald: On the tiles: Gerry Brownlee and Golriz Ghahraman discuss New Zealand’s foreign policy after the Ukraine crisis.
Zane Small (Newshub): NZ beats US, UK and EU records for highest cases per capita, but pales in death.
Jane Norton and Dean Knight (The Conversation): How will history and law view New Zealand’s MIQ system?
Tess Brunton (RNZ): New Zealand’s borders will open this year, but the road could be bumpy – Tourism NZ
Pdf) Case Report: Co Occurrence Of Pituitary Adenoma With Suprasellar And Olfactory Groove Meningiomas
Anita Wreford (The Talk): New Zealand’s farmers and growers are already adapting to a changing climate – it’s just not enough.
Carmen Hall and Stuart Whitaker (Bay of Plenty Times/Herald): Government boosts RSE staff, but kiwifruit growers say it will be too late to harvest (pay)
Andrea Fox (Herald): Would we pay less for dairy products if Fonterra lost control of NZ’s base milk price? (paid)
Zane Small (Newshub): Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern warns ‘world is not using the best medicines wisely’ amid antibiotic overuse fears.
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Louisa Cleave and Paula Penfold (stuff): Fetal alcohol harm in New Zealand ‘could be five times higher’ than some official figures suggest
Bernard Orsman (Herald): Heart of the City boss Viv Beck is running for Auckland mayor, promising to scrap regional fuel tax.
Jenée Tibshraeny (Interest): When parents help their children buy a house, they can be bitten (a little less than before) by the bright line test.
Greg Ninness (Interest): Rental yields fell to new lows as home prices rose last year.
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Matt Burrows (Newshub): Firefighters say new ‘independent’ complaints plan will fail to fix FENZ culture of bullying, sexual misconduct and failed investigations.
Morgan Godfery (Guardian): Sydney has nowhere to build Maori meeting houses – it does not respect Aboriginal people.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (Spinoff): A New Home for our founding Papers: Mana whenua Archives NZ Replacement