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Is the drive for NZ sports boards to reach a quota of 40 percent women by the end of 2021 a realistic goal, if women don’t put their hands up? Fair Play’s Zoë George asks female sports leaders.
Making time to listen and understand is key to helping women and girls with “invisible” impairments participate in sport in New Zealand.
New Zealand Business Hall of Famer Mavis Mullins' life has been a fascinating journey from a shearing shed on the outskirts of Dannevirke to multiple governance role and collecting an MBA along the… Audio, Gallery
Today Rebecca Stevenson - Stuff's Business Editor - joins us to solve the problem of business governance; what boards do, what they need to do better and how to add more diversity. Audio
Chief justices from around the Pacific met in Auckland last week to consider ways to improve the rule of law and good governance in their judiciaries. Audio
There are fears in Nauru that the Australian lawyers brought in to help 18 people facing charges over an anti-government protest two years ago, could be deported. Audio
Does the Global Open Budget Survey encourage your government to be better? Jonathan Dunn is an economic consultant for the International Budget Partnership. Audio
A Dunedin academic says elected district health boards do not necessarily produce the best outcomes for the health system.
Opening with the encounter between Hongi Hika and King George IV in London in 1820, Dame Anne Salmond traces the themes of rangatiratanga and sovereignty from then through the Declaration of… Audio