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Do we really need a Minister for Space?

ANALYSIS: It is promising to see the new Government leaning into knowledge and tech-based industries.

WATCH: NBR columnist Hillmarè Schulze speaks with Jonathan Mitchell.

Is the newly minted Minster for Space a poor use of taxpayers’ money, or is it a real opportunity for New Zealand to be serious about our place in the tech sector?

Amid the uproar over the worth of several recently revealed policies, the stealthy appointment of a Minister for Space is a victory,

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Hillmarè Schulze Tue, 12 Dec 2023
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