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‘FUELLING THE FLAME’: Greenpeace executive director Russel Norman denies Greenpeace is directly accusing Fonterra of being the cause of fires

Russel Norman cops flak over Greenpeace’s Fonterra broadside

Fri 13 Nov

Former Green Party co-leader Russel Norman has drawn fire following his swing at New Zealand’s biggest company this week.


The 1970s mantra (Photo: Peter Bush)

Out of the economic ruck


Rugby analogies are about the biggest cliché in New Zealand politics.


Rob Hosking breaks down the political and economic week that was on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

THE 1970s MANTRA: Dominant forward packs from the northern hemisphere teams in the mid-1970s saw the Graham Mourie-led All Blacks adopt the mantra ‘Play the Game at Pace and Be a Thinker’ maintained

Order Paper: Out of the economic ruck

Fri 6 Nov

For now, there is a justified mood of confidence in our ability to win the ball …. oops the economic goals

Former Greens co-leader Russel Norman on The Nation

Labour made a mistake rolling David Shearer — Russel Norman

Sun 1 Nov

Former Greens co-leader Russel Norman reflects on his time at parliament, the state of the Left and his new job at Greenpeace. 

Green Party co-leader James Shaw on The Nation

Shaw says Greens will look at "joined-up policy" with Labour

Sun 20 Sep 2

James Shaw on how he’s helping the party win more supporters and how friendly other political parties are towards the Greens.

Jeremy Corbyn and Tom Watson (@JeremyCorbynmp)

Corbyn, political leadership and lessons for New Zealand

Mon 14 Sep 5

Poltitical leadership requires balancing the desires of one's followers with the wishes of the wider public – and bamboozling both to do so.


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