The financial markets have never been more irrational. All sound traditional valuations are out the window in a classic tulip mania scenario.
New Zealand is trailing almost the entire world in Covid vaccinations. The government justifies this on two grounds.
The Dept of Internal Affairs advises that once again Oliver has topped the list for the most popular new-born boy’s name. That’s eight years in a row now.
Poking about in my library’s extensive drama section, an oddity given my derision for the theatre but I have books on everything, lo and behold I came across a copy of a (back then), the much vaunted New Zealand play, “The Tree”, written by a Stella Jones.
Two days before Christmas, Britain’s Daily Telegraph revealed a fresh natural human right I was certainly unaware about.