In the introduction to his first book, The Ambiguities of Power: British Foreign Policy Since 1945, historian Mark Curtis notes two broad approaches are available to those attempting to understand … Read More
Election week is here and it seems all but certain that a Labour-led government will come into power after the 17th of October. Though the outcome seems clear among major … Read More
The Bank of England has refused to hand over 31 metric tons of gold that belongs to Venezuela. This gold worth $1.95 billion is planned to go toward the purchase … Read More
Reporter Zebedee Schrader spoke with Hospo Workers Union Chair Madds Leather regarding Wellington on a Plate: the busiest time of the year for hospitality staff in Wellington.
The right wing in NZ have fallen out of step. James Morgan analyses the parties involved and the consequences this may have on the country at large.
MI5’s announcement of their decision to form a unit focused on the combat of “Left, Anarchist and Single Issue Terrorism” should come to us as no surprise – Communists are … Read More
People’s Voice editor Dave McKee speaks with Karl Dockstader from One Dish One Mic Indigenous Media about the struggle against colonialism and the criminalization of Indigenous media.
The 4 largest US tech companies control 30% of the entire world’s gross economic output. People’s World discusses how we got to this point and where to go from here.
Last week the new Prime Minister of the ‘Cook’ Islands, Mark Brown, said that there would be a travel bubble between New Zealand and the Cook Islands by Christmas. Many … Read More