Our constitution is being changed before our eyes

Many people think New Zealand doesn’t have a constitution. And certainly we are one of a…

Broadcaster Peter Williams joins Taxpayers Union

Broadcaster Peter Williams (pictured) has joined the Taxpayers Union as a board member. Williams has nearly…

Labour’s new kind of democracy

The Maori Affairs Select Committee is hearing evidence on why my vote in this year’s local…

One person, one vote, under threat

One person, one vote – the fundamental principle underpinning our democracy – is under attack by…

Jacinda Ardern’s trip to Japan and Singapore about more than just trade

By Geoffrey Miller Prime minister Jacinda Ardern’s tour of Japan and Singapore this week is the…

National want to cancel Labour Day

National Party leader Christopher Luxon (pictured) has shown once again how out of touch he is…

Kiwis more divided than a year ago

An important opinion poll was released back in January by Curia Research, showing the country is…

Open borders will see an end to traffic light system and vaccine passes – ACT

“As New Zealand finally opens up to the rest of the world, the Government will find…

New Zealand’s day of shame

Wednesday 2 March 2022 will go down as a day of shame for the country –…

‘Fear is infectious. But so is courage’ – Rodney Hide

I am not a hugger but I could not help myself. I hugged at Freedomville. I…

Time for covid mandates to be scrapped

The protest convoy that arrived in Wellington is just a small representation of the thousands of…

Troubles between Russia, China and the West are not going away any time soon

New Zealand’s initial response to a potential invasion of Ukraine by Russia is becoming clearer....

Ardern’s plans for co-governance with iwi face rough seas

By Graham Adams, The Democracy Project When the Prime Minister claimed in her first term that…

Urgent changes needed to our political system

The pandemic has exposed the weakness in our political system as has nothing else before. I…

Fighting for the very soul of New Zealand

What a year 2021 has been! For many people, especially those of us who endured the…

Ardern and your representative played hooky to avoid protesters in Wellington

By Michael Coles Reporting on the thousands of people protesting government lockdowns and covid mandates during…

Jacinda Ardern – science, covid mandates events, facts, and fallacies

The creation of an effective vaccine was a gold standard to be aimed at. Having worked…

Thousands of freedom supporters put Ardern on notice

Thousands of Kiwis have arrived in the Capital today calling for freedom, an end to compulsory…

Regional mayors kick back against Three Waters decision

Ashburton District Mayor Neil Brown, with the support of local elected Councillors, has added his name…

Jacinda Ardern told ‘enough is enough’

One year into Labour’s three-year term as a majority government, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s honeymoon is…

Digital identity bill tabled in parliament – still time to have your say

By Olivia Pierson Our government likes to rule under cover of darkness while people are utterly…

Ardern chooses China and leads us into a communist regime

Political commentator Trevor Loudon steps through the history of Jacinda Ardern, Grant Robertson and others and…

Time for Labour MPs to resign and send Ardern on her way

Few politicians rise to a position of absolute power without the help of powerful supporters. In…

Party leader calls for civil disobedience to oppose vaccine mandates

Chris Leitch, leader of the Social Credit Party is calling on employers and the public to…

Positive support for Liz Gunn as she speaks out against PM Ardern’s covid regime

The response to Liz Gunn‘s call to action, published on The Buzz YouTube channel, has been…

What’s behind a predicted spike in covid cases?

It's all over the mainstream 'news' – nurses, doctors, medical specialists and politicians such as Health…

Is there is something fishy about the Great Reset?

By Ivan Wecke, OpenDemocracy ‘The Great Reset’ conspiracy theories don’t seem to want to die. The…

Demand for law change on sale of alcohol

The DHBs who constitute the front line for much of the harm from alcohol have publicly…

Why a domestic covid ‘passport’ raises hard questions about discrimination, inequality and coercion

Tim Dare, University of Auckland and Justine Kingsbury, University of Waikato With COVID-19 causing extraordinarily intrusive…