Controversial philosopher Peter Singer talked to Q+A about free speech, cancel culture and ethical issues around Covid-19.
Political commentator and National Party member Liam Hehir, Auckland University’s Lara Greaves and Far North District Councillor Moko Tepania joined Jack Tame to discuss the topics.
The Asia analyst and Wigram Capital principal says New Zealand’s foreign policy is too closely tied to its trade.
University of Melbourne professor Tony Blakely told Q+A the rates of infection in the South Asian country are "phenomenal".
Royal Society Panel chairman Gaven Martin said only 37 per cent of teachers had done a university-level maths course.
Jan Tinetti told Q+A the confidence gap is found particularly in "those upper ends of the primary system".
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