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Ethnicity and diversity: Why we need top of the cliff solutions

The experiences of migrants and refugees in New Zealand are addressed in an annual summit hosted by AUT's University Director of Diversity, Edwina Pio.

You're not selfish if you want a tax cut – but there's a better way

People who are ‘just managing’ in New Zealand are not selfish if they support policies that will help their family most in the short term. But there is a better, more positive way to ease their pain, writes Jess Berentson-Shaw.

In honour of all the women who came before you, and those after – for goodness sake, vote

Today is Women's Suffrage Day; in four days' time, the country goes to the polls. Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner Dr Jackie Blue reflects on the meaning of a New Zealand woman's vote.

Nazi hoax: the story of Syd Ross

Black Sheep is a new Radio NZ series about the shady, controversial and sometimes downright villainous characters of New Zealand history, presented by William Ray. This week, he looks at the bizarre story of the Nazi assassination plot that wasn't.

My te reo Māori journey: Shilo Kino

This Te Wiki o Te Reo we’re sharing the stories of New Zealanders who have challenged themselves to learn te reo Māori. Today: journalist Shilo Kino writes about finding her way home through studying Mandarin.

My te reo Māori journey: Guyon Espiner

This Te Wiki o Te Reo we’re sharing the stories of New Zealanders who have challenged themselves to learn te reo Māori. Today: RNZ Morning Report host Guyon Espiner writes about fighting the ‘whitelash’.