The New Zealand Herald, published in Auckland, New Zealand, is a daily newspaper that was founded in 1863. Now owned by New Zealand Media and Entertainment, it is the most widely circulated newspaper in the country, with a estimated circulation of 144,000 copies. The newspaper is considered to hold a right-centrist editorial line and reprints articles from British right-wing conservative news sources.

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Pandemic Blues, The Disconcerting New Concert Experience

Rock hero Dave Grohl, of Nirvana and Foo Fighters fame, has described live music performances during the COVID-19 lockdowns as: "unflattering little windows that look like doorbell security ...

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Eyebrows, Nods And Elbow Bumps: Handshake Alternatives Around The World

Humans have been greeting each others with handshakes for thousands of years. Are we witnessing the end to pressing the flesh, and giving some skin? "I don't think we should shake hands ever ...


Amma Mia! India To New Zealand, The Women In Politics Paradox

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