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15 October 2014

In 1998, a Maori tribe’s claim for land, resources and compensation, in New Zealand’s south island, was finally recognised. But as noted Ngai Tahu tribal elder Sir Tipene O’Regan asks "what’s it all for?"

13 October 2014

There has been a mixed reaction to a review that has found the national school curriculum is 'overcrowded', and neglects the importance of western civilisation.

12 October 2014

Radio New Zealand's Otago reporter visits farms to investigate the reality of the new dairy workforce.

30 September 2014

CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, says that the successes of the Australian screen industry raises the profile of Australia on the world stage like no other form of creative expression, sport or industry.

30 September 2014

The Federal Government's draft Harper Competition Review calls for a root and branch rethink of the way we regulate commerce, including old established industries that are being revolutionised by on-line and smart-phone technology.

29 September 2014

What happens when this highly mobile species faces a ‘perfect storm’ of threats from urban sprawl, clearing of nesting and roosting habitat and even its last refugia, an introduced species of pine, is being logged.

28 September 2014

Thousands of disabled Australians earn just a few dollars an hour working at disability enterprises.

28 September 2014

There's a growing public disenchantment with democracy and the modern political process. So, here's a solution: citizens’ juries—ordinary people who are given the information and training to make decisions on civic issues.

28 September 2014

What legacy has nearly a decade of military rule left behind in Fiji, and what challenges lie ahead?