The Wire

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November 19 – How are political ideologies labeled?

November 8 – What was Parihaka and why is it significant?

November 7 – Why do people get excited about royalty?

October 31 – Is New Zealand committed to zero carbon emissions?

October 31 – My body, my business: sex workers in an era of change

October 16 – Is conscious Kava consumption a thing?

October 9 – When is something cultural appropriation?

September 28 – Why are more children being prescribed Fluoxetine?

September 24 – Are s 27 reports important?

September 14 – Lost in translation: what is the meaning behind and within languages?

September 6 – What is being done to help the conservation of New Zealand’s native bees?

August 31 – Publish or perish? Fraudulent data in academia

August 28 – What does the leadership spill mean for Australian politics?

August 27 – What is the difference between colonial and indigenous land management?

August 15 – Dr. Cornel West on free speech, utopian futures and music

August 7 – How will the US-China trade war impact India?

August 6 – Having a cold one with the kids?

August 6 – Is reality TV ruining society?

July 31 – What is the Keto diet?

July 24 – What is our relationship with food?

July 17 – What does Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination mean for politics and law in the US?

July 17 – What are the political consequences of the latest Israeli airstrikes on Gaza?

July 11 – Why words matter when it comes to refugees

July 2 – How severe will two degrees of warming be for the planet?

June 25 – Are bail laws too tough?

June 21 – Does working with gangs help reduce crime?

June 13 – Has the US committed war crimes in Syria?

June 12 – How should suicide be reported on in the media?

June 7 – What are the psychological effects of earthquakes?

May 29 – Remembering Bastion Point: What was learned?

May 28 – Is the mental health of workers worsening?

May 8 – Are robots really taking over?

May 2 – Captain Cook: To celebrate or to educate?

April 27 – What is the future of climate policy in New Zealand?

April 26 – What should be done about New Zealand’s colonial statues?

April 20 – Are your clothes ethically sourced?

April 18 – How can we break the stigma of mental health?

April 10 – Are governance styles changing in China?

April 9 – What were the long-term ramifications of the War in Iraq?