Capital Letter: Prisoner disenfranchisement – inconsistent with Bill of Rights

Tue 4 Aug

Many, if not most, court cases invoking the NZ Bill of Rights Act 1990 involve those on the wrong side of the criminal law.

Tom Hayes outside a London court before his sentencing

Editor's Insight: Why Libor manipulator got more jail than a murderer

Tue 4 Aug 1

The judge says a 14-year sentence will ensure bankers do not jeopardise honesty and probity in their business.

 

Nevil Gibson discusses Libor in his latest Editor's Insight on NBR Radio and on-demand on MyNBR Radio.

John Key

The Python-esqe politics of TPP

Tue 4 Aug 8

Walking away from an unacceptable deal is precisely the opposite of what the anti-TPP activists have been predicting for five years but it is what the government has done.

 

Rob Hosking talks about the TPP on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane

PremierLeague-Pass back for new season, pushing Lightbox freebie

Mon 3 Aug 1

The company formerly known as Coliseum Sports Media begins its first season as part of Lightbox Sport. Where is Spark taking this?

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop speaking at the UN Security Council last week

Editor's Insight: Australia must pursue Russians over MH17 shooting

Mon 3 Aug 3

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop may have to go beyond the UN to gain justice for MH17 victims.

 

Nevil Gibson discusses his latest Editor's Insight on NBR Radio and on demand via MyNBR Radio.