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February 22 – Should social media companies be owned by the public?
October 20 – Is New Zealand ready for a COVID-19 vaccine?
March 25 – What technologies can help clean up rivers?
March 16 – How do we know when something is organic?
February 12 – Why are New Zealand houses so damp and mouldy?
January 30 – Do climate refugees need special protection?
January 22 – Is political change coming to Putin’s Russia?
December 2 – Why do people steal art?
November 27 – Are New Zealand’s electoral finance laws failing?
November 26 – Should prisoners be allowed to vote?
November 25 – How bad is poverty in New Zealand?
November 11 – How bad is food poverty in New Zealand?
November 4 – Why has Twitter banned political ads?
November 4 – Is there freshwater under our oceans?
October 21 – Why are glaciers on the decline?
September 26 – Canada Votes: Is change on the way?
September 24 – How important are sharks to our global ecosystems?
September 23 – Does food advertising contribute to obesity rates?
September 19 – Why are Kererū so important?
September 17 – Is vaping the answer to quitting smoking?
September 2 – Why does no one vote in local body elections?
August 16 – Have young people given up weed?
August 7 – Are we living in a climate of ignorance?
June 19 – How bad is food poverty in New Zealand?
April 30 – What is wrong with New Zealand’s prisons?
April 25 – How are our diets damaging the planet?
January 23 – Why has inequality grown in New Zealand?
November 19 – How are political ideologies labeled?
October 31 – Is New Zealand committed to zero carbon emissions?
July 24 – What is our relationship with food?