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New Zealand is not a banana republic, and we do not want to become one.
New York Times: The Taliban have given up little of their extremist ideology.
Financial Times: Both nations are indispensable, so companies face a two-track world.
To mark the arrival of socialising at a pub again, here's Phil Gifford's 10 for 10.
New York Times: A successful launch could ignite a future long imagined.
New York Times: Will a stripped-down version attract the same number of visitors?
A region plunged into drought has had one big upside.
The PM and her top ministers talked to a number of notable business people.
Religious people know time-out for spiritual concerns delivers benefits to body and mind.
New York Times: He's a legend in battle against Ebola and Aids. Covid almost killed him.
The new bank capital rules have been deferred until July 1 next year.
Three of Tauranga's council-controlled organisations have also claimed the subsidy.
Comment: Matt Cowley explains why relationships are needed now more than ever.
HBR: "The hardest part is just not feeling like anybody sees value in me."
New York Times: Addiction specialists said people could develop a problem during pandemic.
New York Times: Bryant powered the US to gold in 2008 with his trademark work ethic.
New York Times: Trump has pushed a baseless conspiracy theory about his wife's death.
As more people venture outdoors, so are thieves.
The event, which last year injected $6.3 million, will impact more than students.
Developers will have to hold on until financiers feel more confident again.
Editorial: New National leader has 115 days to persuade us he can make NZ great again.
Council admits consultation flaws, but tangata whenua leaders back process.
Comment: Are local councils the best option to own and deliver water assets and services?
Letters on Paul Spoonley and Richard Shaw, Aliya Danzeisen, Tood Muller and Hercules.
COMMENT: Her new TV series is a huge step forward in representing diversity on screen.
The impressively powerful tablet comes with optional new Magic Keyboard.
A daily column by Ana Samways looking at the more humorous and simply strange news.
Telco is looking for innovative technologies that can revolutionise business.
COMMENT: Labour memo cited Todd Muller as a threat. Today, not so much.
New York Times: Gen Z influencers are settling into life in a shuttered Los Angeles.
Air NZ is slashing costs as it faces most pessimistic of 'black swan' events.
New York Times: A glimpse into the world of those who have thrived off Libya's chaos.
Financial Times: Forced experiment of decentralised work is starting to look permanent.
After a confused start, some progress on poster usability.
Financial Times: American prepares to steer Chinese sensation through US turbulence.
A public-private partnership opportunity.
Rob Fyfe talks about his upbringing and his rise to the top of the corporate world.
Time for the Government and farmers to get together on Net Zero Carbon Bill.
New York Times: Italian brand reducing runway schedule. Your Instagram is about to change.
Comment: The real danger facing rugby is not the prospect of immediate financial carnage.
Napier Port had a strong first half, but Covid-19 has clouded the second-half outlook.
New York Times: Botched effort to reward people leaves doctors and nurses facing scrutiny.
Sports teams to kick start training across Hawke's Bay amid 100-person gathering increase.
Blues coach Leon MacDonald admits a major shift could coming for NZ Rugby's future.
I'm grateful that our Prime Minister made the decision to go into lockdown when she did.
Comment: Locked down and stranded in Paris, with the city's landmarks to oneself.
New York Times: Workers are embracing leisure wear, saying it makes them feel powerful.
New York Times: Is the risk of dying from Covid-19 comparable to skydiving?
Shane Jones has taken a "dim view" of concerns from former Rotorua airport land owners.
Lauren Marshall's ever-growing "nightmare" at sea has been prolonged even further.
Council says it needs to be easier for people to use public transport.
Financial Times: "Hasty or good timing? We won't know for another three years."
New York Times: Amy Schumer talks about life under lockdown.
New York Times: Biden being stuck at home may turn out to be a good thing.
New York Times: More than a quarter of the rest home residents died. Families are furious.
A lot of fun and a lot of loneliness - the highs and lows of being a tour guide.
The future for New Zealand's tour guides is now in the hands of domestic travellers.
Kids are missing school because of a cough, but real danger lies in the walls around them.
Gold can't be ignored anymore.
COMMENT: Treasure trove or junk — Ngaire Hart collection all in the eye of the beholder.
A daily column looking at some of the more humorous, satirical and simply strange news
Letters on superannuitants, Business Advisory Council, Waikato River and tourism.
Covid-19 could be the catalyst to reshape Rotorua's CBD.
Comment: The opening of Louisa Wall's electorate to contest should interest everyone.
Editorial: Topping the pandemic data charts represents leadership failure.
Simon Bridges left hanging, but Muller gave Bridges' supporters little to complain about.
'I told you not to come around here': Josh Masters paralysed after former friend shot him.
New York Times: Charlie Brooker may have been more prepared than most for the coronavirus.
Todd Muller quotes Alan Curnow and tries to get under the PM's skin.