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It's an interesting week when Yo-Yo Ma gives an impromptu concert, an enormous container ship blocks the Suez canal, Westpac talks about selling its New Zealand arm and the Government moves on housing. Have a great weekend.
Sailing, Google might soon pay for New Zealand news, Instagram's further safety measures, the challenge of Long COVID, and more. Read on for more from the week that was.
NFT madness, when you'll be vaccinated and how Dolly Parton and Star Wars fit in, the lack of coverage of women's sport, putting an end to complaints about te reo Māori, something about Clubhouse, and more in this week's Week That Was.
This week we clarify the rules on testing and self-isolation, dig into media manipulation, turn Word into PowerPoint, and find The Queen's Gambit playing Connect 4.
We're out of lockdown! Google and News Corp signing a precedent-setting deal, Elton John and Michael Caine encouraging vaccination, and plastic recycling feature in our weekly wrap-up.
This week: the battle for 6G is on, spinach can send emails, the Travel photographer of the Year winners have been announced, COVID variants can be illustrated, and cat filters are great. Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Welcome to February. This week we make mention of Captain Sir Tom, Tim Cook, NCEA, Lady Gaga, ketchup and the coup in Myanmar. It's an eclectic mix and therefore almost perfect for 2021.
One month down, eleven to go. This week Gamestop's share price rising 1700%, bikes in schools, a White House easter egg and scented candles detecting COVID caught our attention.
Beautiful poetry, Wikipedia's 20th birthday, 100 million, WhatsApp irony, Mercedes perfume, a dog with a limp, and more come together in 2021's second week that was. Enjoy your weekend.
Welcome to 2021. What a start it has been. Politics and pandemics aside here’s what captured the attention of the brave souls that ventured back to work and got to look at the summer sun out the window.
The membership of Parliament’s Select Committee was released recently: 12 subject-focused committees and six specialist committees, each with varying member numbers.
Tough times for Kiwi households, a fake COVID-19 press conference, TikTok rules ok and a legally binding beer contract are just some of the things that caught our attention in the past week.