Peter McKenzie examines New Zealand's jury system through an astounding piece of research out of Victoria University of Wellington. His conclusion? The cracks run deep.
Despite a popular and unifying leader of the governing party, divisions both in policy and culture will test the progressive movement.
With the coronavirus putting a halt to in-person gatherings, climate activists need to get creative to keep up the momentum from last year's hugely successful strikes.
The groundswell of protesters across NZ on Friday is reason for optimism. But if results don’t follow, the calls for more direct action that confronts the status quo will grow.
One thing that has set the fight for Ihumātao apart is the confidence with which multi-media digital communication has been deployed to spread the message far and wide.
The president of the Vic Uni students association is leading a 'youthquake' as five leaders in their 20s try to follow Chlöe Swarbrick into the halls of power, writes Peter McKenzie.