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The Flagging Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: The US Election and Free Trade Politics - Scoop.co.nz

Being savaged by Donald J. Trump on one side of the electoral aisle, and modestly beaten by the Democratic presumptive candidate, Hillary Clinton, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is lying somewhere between near death and miraculous survival. Those breathing life into that unfortunate beast... »

The Big Issues

New Zealand Housing Crisis

New Zealand Housing Crisis

A third of Aucklanders have considered moving out of the city as it becomes increasingly unaffordable, a new survey reveals. Read more . . . NZ Herald ———————... »

Panama papers scandal

Panama papers scandal

Opposition parties say they were right to call for changes to foreign trust rules now an independent inquiry has found they’re not strong enough to protect New Zealand’s reputation. Tax ex... »

Current Issues

United Kingdom to Leave EU

United Kingdom to Leave EU

Theresa May has told eastern European countries that British people have sent a “very clear message” on the need to reduce migration through their vote to leave the EU. She delivered the warning at pr... »

The Auckland Port

The Auckland Port

Tainui Group Holdings last week announced it was seeking expressions of interest from a range of world class port operators for Ruakura, the major new inland port it proposes developing near Hamilton.... »

Climate Change

Climate Change

For some time, scientists who focus on Antarctica have been watching the progression of a large crack in one of the world’s great ice shelves – Larsen C, the most northern major ice shelf ... »

Water

Water

An estimated 4100 people have suffered from gastric illness following the contamination of the water supply and some 500 were confirmed as due to campylobacter. Several people were hospitalised, and a... »

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