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Talking to a Wellington colleague wise in the ways of sclerotic bureaucratic practices, I recently outlined the perfunctory and displeasingly short opportunity for the...

Election 2020 will go down in history either way, but team five million is taking a fairly overwhelming hit as we stagger to reclaim...

On Tuesday, the Guardian reported our much-admired director general of health taking a Covid-19 test to show us that those long swabs and spine...

Personally, I’m still batting for Jacinda’s Team of Five Million and her political leitmotif of kindness that continues to have us at the centre...

Mark Zuckerberg has recently looked more like an outraged Roman emperor with cities burning around him than the familiar, boyish wunderkind who founded Facebook,...

To an observer – a space station crew or author brewing a dystopian novel, for example – it must have been an astonishing sight. Like...

It’s been a long time since those of us who worry about these things have had any certainty that the human race will be...

This week Google intuited that I need a Vegepod – pram-like structures on legs, complete with hood and draped muslin, in which every member...

We have had 10,000 years of planetary stability since the last glacial period to become the new anthropocene species but we live and may...

This is the time in every golden summer when we again hail the sight of familiar faces in the street and bond in shared...