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Prof Philippa Howden-Chapman Housing policy is building up to be the key election issue again. In this blog I reflect on the importance of ..read more

With over 69,000 confirmed cases and 1,600 deaths, here’s your round-up of the latest coronavirus news. New disease and virus have now ..read more
Ruth Cunningham, Charlotte Paul, Andrew Moore Public health responses to infectious diseases such as COVID-19 require us to draw on our ..read more
I’m not quite sure of what to make of the new figures for COVID-19 (as we must now call the novel coronavirus – though I’m not sure ..read more

As of today, the novel coronavirus spreading in China is called COVID-19. Why does it matter? Around the office, we’ve had several ..read more
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Once again the Aotearoa Bike Challenge is on us, and once again I’m participating. In principle this is not hard because it does not ..read more

Prof Nick Wilson, Prof Michael Baker In this blog we briefly summarise our assessment of the highly uncertain new coronavirus threat. ..read more
The Ministry of Health has announced a package that might ensure New Zealand will never experience another measles epidemic. While at the ..read more
James Renwick is Professor of Physical Geography at Victoria University of Wellington. He studied at Canterbury and the University of ..read more
In a previous post I described briefly when and how the Starlink satellite chains – recent launches by Space-X in a scheme to bring 5G ..read more

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