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Delta is the Terminator 3 to the original virus - faster, more fluid and harder to combat.
William Dart reviews the APO's Beethoven concert, The Revolutionary.
OPINION: Last week, I needed support. I received the bitter southerly of abuse.
Investors left pondering how long inflation will last and how to position for it.
Listener: There are many reasons not to trust Mongrel Mob member Harry Tam.
Worker shortages are getting worse and risk derailing plans for a more productive economy.
OPINION: Feeling lonely must've been the cruellest ending for her.
OPINION: The 70,000 New Zealanders living with dementia may be an easy target.
OPINION: If this Government knows anything, it's how to capitalise on populist causes.
Should employers have to contribute for staff who aren't doing it for themselves?
OPINION: It's a nice jab if you can get it. The trouble is in the getting.
Rod Emmerson's take on the week.
OPINION: One day it will be amusing to recall the first Covid-19 vaccination.
Charade undermines the integrity of politics rather than preserves it.
OPINION: Supermarkets are uncompetitive, and so is a slew of Government policy.
In town and country, clear thinking is needed on climate change issue.
Listener: We wait and watch as other countries play Covid roulette.
OPINION: Failings show that more of the same isn't going to deliver on MoH reforms.
Climate change litigation should be recognised as a financial risk like any other.
OPINION: An interest rate hike is no sure thing.