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Planned Film About Jacinda Ardern And Christchurch Mosque Massacre Draws Huge Backlash In New Zealand

The just-announced project They Are Us, to be written and directed by New Zealander Andrew Niccol (writer and co-producer of The Truman Show, writer-director of, among others, Gattaca and Good Kill) and starring Rose Byrne, focuses on the aftermath of the 2019 mass shooting and the national campaign led by Prime Minister Ardern to ban assault rifles in the country. Within a day of the news arriving, many Kiwis reacted with fury to the focus on white politicians rather than the Muslim victims an...
Tags: Art, Media, New Zealand, Muslim, Rose Byrne, Gattaca, Andrew Niccol, Jacinda Ardern, Ardern, White Saviour, 06.11.21, Christchurch Mosque Massacre


Radio New Zealand Kills Plan To Kill Its Classical Station

“The RNZ board has backed down on the decision to take Concert off the FM transmission. The move comes after widespread criticism from the arts community and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s announcement yesterday that the Government would free up unused FM broadband spectrum to keep the station where it is.” – The New Zealand Herald
Tags: Art, Music, Jacinda Ardern, RNZ, 02.11.20


New Zealand bans new offshore oil and gas exploration permits

New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, set a goal of zero carbon emissions by 2050 — and she’s taking action now. This week, she said the country will no longer grant new offshore oil and gas exploration permits, Reuters reported. Ardern said in a live Facebook video, “The whole world is going in this direction. We all signed up to the Paris Agreement that said we were moving towards carbon neutrality and now we need to act on it.” Ardern surprised the oil and gas industry with her anno...
Tags: Facebook, Design, Paris, New Zealand, Reuters, Taranaki, New Plymouth, Taranaki Daily News, Russel Norman, Jonathan Young, Jacinda Ardern, The Guardian Today, Ardern, Greenpeace New Zealand, Neil Holdom, Facebook Via Reuters Taranaki Daily News


Kitty Hawk is testing electric self-flying taxis in New Zealand

Self-flying taxis could zip through the skies of New Zealand if Kitty Hawk has anything to do about it. Financed by Google co-founder Larry Page, the company has reached an agreement with the country to test the planes for official certification – with plans to launch a commercial network in three years. Kitty Hawk could beat Uber in building a network of electric self-flying taxis. They’ve found a collaborator in New Zealand; prime minister Jacinda Ardern told The New York Times, “We’ve got a...
Tags: Google, Design, California, Larry Page, New York Times, New Zealand, The New York Times, Vtol, Cora, Kitty Hawk, Zee Aero, New York Times Images, Jacinda Ardern, Zephyr Airworks, Kitty Hawk Cora


A Crisis Meeting At The Royal New Zealand Ballet, And A New Post For The AD's Partner As Well

There's a lot going on in New Zealand: "The Royal NZ Ballet's new artistic director is said to have given her American husband a job. The revelation comes after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern met the RNZB's board this week to express her concerns over the publicly-funded company ignoring New Zealand dancers."
Tags: Art, Dance, New Zealand, RNZB, Royal NZ Ballet, Jacinda Ardern, 01.28.18, The Royal New Zealand


New Zealand plans to power its grid with 100% renewable energy by 2035

New Zealand’s new prime minister has ambitious goals to seriously slash carbon emissions. Jacinda Ardern, who became prime minister in late October, wants to transition the grid to 100 percent renewables in less than 20 years. Her ultimate goal for New Zealand is zero carbon emissions by 2050. New Zealand’s 4.7 million people already obtain over 80 percent of electricity via sustainable sources, according to Bloomberg. But Ardern – now the world’s youngest female leader – seems to think they c...
Tags: Design, Bloomberg, New Zealand, Productivity Commission, Contact Energy, Dennis Barnes, DepositPhotos, Jacinda Ardern, Ardern, Bloomberg Ardern, Greenpeace New Zealand, Amanda Larsson


New Zealand aims for grid completely powered by renewables by 2035

New Zealand’s new prime minister has ambitious goals to seriously slash carbon emissions. Jacinda Ardern, who became prime minister in late October, wants to transition the grid to 100 percent renewables in less than 20 years. Her ultimate goal for New Zealand is zero carbon emissions by 2050. New Zealand’s 4.7 million people already obtain over 80 percent of electricity via sustainable sources, according to Bloomberg. But Ardern – now the world’s youngest female leader – seems to think they c...
Tags: Design, Bloomberg, New Zealand, Productivity Commission, Contact Energy, Dennis Barnes, DepositPhotos, Jacinda Ardern, Ardern, Bloomberg Ardern, Greenpeace New Zealand, Amanda Larsson



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