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The early years consensus

By Kieran Madden


The first three years are critical for a child’s development and long-term success in life, but policy has unfortunately been…

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Is there demand for a tourist tax?

By Danielle van Dalen


I’m no economist, but even I know that basic economic theory says that as the price for a product increases,…

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Beware the consequences of the waka-jumping bill

By Danielle van Dalen


Like many, my first introduction to politics was through a class election. My group decided our key campaign promise was…

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Our politicians must learn what actually makes a difference in education

By Danielle van Dalen


I can clearly remember my favourite teacher. He was a jovial and portly history teacher, who would get incredibly excited…

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Supporting the village raising our children

By Danielle van Dalen


An African proverb claims that “it takes a village to raise a child.” Labour’s School Leavers’ Toolkit Policy seems an…

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Election Panel – Live Q+A


What questions do you want answered before you vote? Hosted by Maxim Institute, in association with AUT Law School, this…

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TOP Sail

What’s dragging beneath Gareth Morgan’s new TOP sail?

By Jeremy Vargo


The story of last week was of course, John Key, and the end of his incredible run of political popularity….

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Free tertiary policy lacks precision

Free tertiary policy lacks precision

By Julian Wood


I never knew the “glory days” of tertiary education where everything was free. After high school I was ushered into…

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What’s wrong with binding referendums?

What’s wrong with binding referendums?

By Jeremy Vargo


In July, Colin Craig stated that the introduction of binding citizen’s initiated referendums (BCIR) would be a bottom line for…

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“Coat-tailing” and other political oddities

“Coat-tailing” and other political oddities

By Jeremy Vargo


What is the deal with “coat-tailing” and all those other little idiosyncrasies of our nation’s MMP system we hear bandied…

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In good conscience

In good conscience

By Jeremy Vargo


No matter what you think about the proposed gambling legislation currently being considered by Parliament, the Prime Minister’s seeming dismissal…

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