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A fan at the All Blacks v Fiji test match in New Zealand, July 17. GettyImages

Fijians harness the fundraising power of social media as their government struggles with the COVID-19 crisis

With COVID-19 surging and the state resisting a lockdown, Fijians turn to ‘solesolevaki’ — working together for a common cause — to fill the gaps.
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A significant number of New Zealanders overestimate sea-level rise — and that could stop them from taking action

Survey respondents who overestimated the amount and speed of sea-level rise were more likely to express greater concern. But concern is not always helpful in prompting action.
The Tino Rangatiratanga flag symbolises Māori self-determination as expressed in the Treaty of Waitangi. GettyImages

Separatist or radically inclusive? What NZ’s He Puapua report really says about the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Contrary to some claims, He Puapua is not a ‘plan’ and it doesn’t advocate for ‘separatism’. Rather, it invites us to imagine more inclusive political and constitutional arrangements.
New Zealand’s chief science advisor Dame Juliet Gerrard receiving her first vaccination dose. Hannah Peters/Getty Images

At least four in five New Zealanders will have to be vaccinated before border controls can be fully relaxed

New Zealand will have to vaccinate 80-85% to reach population immunity. Until then, a blanket border re-opening, even if only for vaccinated people, would pose a high risk of new outbreaks.

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