The seeds of our future are sown from the decisions we take in our past. As we enter the New Year, it is important to look at two crucial decisions in 2015 that will have a crucial impact in 2016 and beyond.
The entire Western and American media are raving about it let alone the media of the two countries. Yes, they are indeed talking about Modi’s surprise visit to Pakistan on Christmas day.
What is more important? Funding a referendum that is likely to fail or paying for a drug that will save lives?
The government is committed to maintaining an economic environment where our SMEs can flourish. I know first-hand what it takes to keep an SME going and that’s why I’m proud to talk about the government’s economic record as we deliver for New Zealanders.
International students have a special, strong place in New Zealand. They strengthen and contribute to the economy and provide a great contribution to education providers and their communities.
US President Barack Obama made his emblematic statement at the G20 summit in Turkey on November 15 that the Paris attacks were an "attack on civilized world.
When the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment brought out a paper calling for serious planning against the threat of rising sea levels, the government took little notice.
In April this year, the government doubled support for first-home buyers and since then almost 6,300 KiwiSaverHomeStart grants have been approved.
Summer is just around the corner, which is exciting news for Kiwis and the large number of international tourists planning to visit New Zealand during the warmer weather.
Here in New Zealand, let’s not allow these crimes to have the secondary effect of restricting our freedom, deterring us from our normal lives, or threatening our values as an open society.
National believes everyone—whether New Zealanders or from overseas—should pay their fair share of tax in this country.
Foreign investment is only a plus when it is considered with full scrutiny and it delivers real benefits for New Zealanders and the economy.
Andrew Little gave the best speech I’ve heard him make at Labour’s conference last weekend.
Over the next four weeks, 50,444 Auckland students will sit end-of-year NCEA exams.
The theme is Healthy Nature Healthy People. It’s all about the connection between human health and wellbeing, and nature.
Just a few weeks, after finalising the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), we have already moved on to the next big trade deal.
New Zealand is a nation of migrants. Most of us have stories of ancestors arriving here from somewhere else, courageously setting out to seek better lives and opportunities for their children.
Summer is coming and the All Blacks won the Rugby World Cup. The mood is good. But not for everyone and not for some of the most important issues that New Zealand faces.
The Narendra Modi government had dismissed the returning of awards by about 40 writers as of little consequence.
Advertising and marketing are based precisely on the ability to win subscribers and getting them hooked through language and packaging.