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Simon Bridges did not appear to have a jot of self-doubt, writes Audrey Young.
New York Times: Officers shoot without restraint, protected by bosses and politicians.
New York Times: Restrictions turned 11 tourist spots into quiet, unrecognisable places.
New York Times: Weapons supplied by US companies allowed Saudi's reckless campaign.
New York Times: Farrow's work reveals the weaknesses of the era of resistance journalism.
New York Times: Facebook's problems have become too acute to leave to anyone else.
Financial Times: No shops mean closed Bangladesh factories and piles of cotton in India.
To mark New Zealand Music Month, Steve Braunias meets a legend of Kiwi pop.
Times: Melanie Blake tells all about her career behind the scenes in the music business.
How despite rushed missteps NZ ended up with an unlikely victory in the war on Covid.
New York Times: How the industry will change after the pandemic.
New York Times: A ex-photojournalist documented his life for his EMT crew during pandemic.
Financial Times: Large investment funds could play hardball with countries that default.
Times: "Right now, I do not think that Trump deserves to be re‑elected."
Two years ago, people were fighting to save Taupō's rescue helicopter - now it's flat out.
John Roughan looks at the legacy of former Finance Minister Bill Birch.
New York Times: Why the comedian says his new Netflix special may be his last.
Tiny communities with mass graves - the real story behind community roadblocks.
'We've got through this, now just carry on'
Times: Supermodel Naomi Campbell on turning 50 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Times: Journalist Anthony Loyd returns to the country that has always obsessed him.
Times: The pop idol and provocateur examines his past and his problems with the present.
New York Times: Young, inexperienced workers scrambled to sort through tips on equipment.
New York Times: Company studying whether diet can make cattle burp and fart less methane.
There have been few coronavirus cases, but the pandemic has still hit tourism hard.
New York Times: One of the cruelties of coronavirus is the way it sweeps through homes.
New York Times: Experts are trying to figure out why the coronavirus is so capricious.
Times: Some 25 years after Jagged Little Pill Morissette's still angry - with good reason.
No one who lived through it will ever forget the great New Zealand lockdown of 2020.
New York Times: In tech circles, gearing up for the apocalypse is a credential.
New York Times: Jim Bello was fit and healthy, until he fell gravely ill with coronavirus.
Financial Times: What makes us do nothing in the face of danger?
New York Times: What we learned after analysing Trump's words during the pandemic.
When medicinal cannabis changed Pearl Schomburg's life she decided to pay it forward.
Steve Braunias looks forward to 11.59pm on Monday.
New York Times: Few want to discuss how 14 sailors died. Fewer about what they were doing.
New York Times: Features that made NY distinctive will take the longest to come back.
Financial Times: He's changed NY's skyline. Can he weather the impact of coronavirus?
The modern Kiwi connections keeping the Anzac memory alive on the Western Front.
The Sopranos ended 13 years ago but that wasn't quite the end of the story.
Businesses in Whanganui are looking to return to "some kind of normal".
Don't bank on threat going away anytime soon, says ex-Air NZ boss.
Times: Life inside the Hollywood mansion where TikTok stars go to live and create videos.
Steve Braunias tries to come to terms with his cousin the conspiracy theorist.
New York Times: Trip to the moon later this decade should be safer, but it won't be safe.
New York Times: Health care system crippled by broken economy and authoritarian govt.
Financial Times: France's president believes the pandemic will transform capitalism.
New York Times: A former Senate aide has accused Joe Biden of assaulting her in 1993.
New York Times: It's usually a unit full of hope. Amid the pandemic it's been transformed.
New York Times: A look at the warnings Trump received about the potential for a pandemic.
Cadbury produces 35,000 tonnes of chocolate for Easter in Australasia each year.
Times: Bob Geldof has always been bloody difficult. And that's just the way he likes it.
Times: Skyscraper stilettos used to stand for sex and power. Now sales have plummeted.
New York Times: Shifts in behaviour have an effect but experts warn death toll will climb.
Ahead of Easter weekend, these books, shows and movies will keep your travel dreams alive.
New York Times: Who better to guide us through the thicket of being together, alone?
Financial Times: With events cancelled or postponed, revenue streams are drying up.
Times: The mother and daughter duo finding the world's wealthiest bachelors a soulmate.
Steve Braunias looks at the one thing that isn't in lockdown – birds.
New York Times: In two years, the reality TV star has become a force in criminal justice.