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Kiwis are getting gloomy but S&P Global Ratings retains confidence in NZ economic outlook.
Opinion: Photos show what China's plan could be for hypersonic missiles.
There are fears Beijing plans to establish a naval base in the Pacific nation.
Australia's defence minister called the spy ship's presence an 'aggressive act'.
THE CONVERSATION: Russia has used the Security Council veto to push its war in Ukraine.
New York Times: As lockdowns extend, millions are concerned about missing wages.
Those who refused to hand over their keys to be locked in are being bolted in.
New York Times: China's leader keeps a distance from the politically charged issue.
Five people were rescued from the collapsed structure in Changsha city overnight.
New York Times: Public anger is creating a credibility crisis for the country's leader.
New York Times: China is meddling with free enterprise as it hadn't in decades.
New York Times: Supermarkets stocked up as panic buying began.
Australian politician ups his war rhetoric after the PM issues a blunt warning.
New York Times: "China is looking to rebalance the global order in its favour."
Financial Times: Clearly, cute and approachable were not part of the design brief.
Week 2 wrap: Crushing egg-shells and catching Covid on the Australian campaign trail.
Australian PM Scott Morrison accused the opposition of 'taking China's side'.
Lockdowns of Chinese truck drivers and factory staff hitting production, orders.
Financial Times: Emigration inquiries surge amid harsh Covid restrictions.
The city has reported more than 300,000 cases since late March.
Calculating pandemic deaths led to the 'cruellest Covid joke on the world'.
The country continues to pursue a strict policy of Covid elimination.
New York Times: Fear the strict policy has become another Mao-style political campaign.
Lawyer Tony Ellis has labelled the decision a 'step backwards' for human rights law.