The Labour Party talked a big game in opposition, but then let the capital gains tax outcome be determined by opinion poll – and Winston Peters.Read more
Instead of Anzac biscuits, soldiers once ate Anzac 'tiles' – they were so hard, they were used as stationery.Read more
The tide of great New Zealand books on the world wars shows no sign of going out. Russell Baillie reviews four new Anzac books.Read more
A telegraph “boy”, heroic animals and even shell-shock make for engaging reads for children.Read more
A meeting aims to see world leaders and CEOs of tech companies agree to a pledge called the ‘Christchurch Call’.Read more
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