How the Provincial Growth Fund can be used to fill the gap Jetstar is leaving

Australian budget airline, Jetstar, announced last week that it would be phasing out its flights to regional New Zealand destinations. It would impact the pockets of these consumers the most as it virtually hands national carrier Air New Zealand a monopoly over these flights. Without competition, the airline has no incentive to keep prices low despite capitalizing on Jetstar’s decision by offering promotional discount prices immediately after the latter’s announcement.

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“She who did not bend her knee”: why the elites pushed for Judy Taguiwalo’s eviction from Cabinet

In the hit TV series Game of Thrones, the despotic rulers you meet throughout its eight seasons would all talk about making others, “bend

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Continuing to ban prisoners from voting contradicts New Zealand’s rich history of promoting suffrage

In 2010, the New Zealand Attorney-General Chris Finlayson presented a report to Parliament on the proposed changes to the Electoral Act, under the Electoral

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