Where, why and how? The Auckland port debate heats up

On Monday Transport Minister Michael Wood and Auckland Mayor Phil Goff will join other guests at SkyCity Theatre in an NZ Herald Premium debate on the future of Auckland’s port. Here’s how that debate has been shaping up. Sometime in the next few decades, most of the operations of the

Road to Retirement: How taxes, deficits and markets are connected

With our political leaders in Washington proposing massive spending packages and higher taxes to pay for them, it’s important for investors to understand how taxes, deficits, and markets are connected. Big deficits This year, it is estimated that the U.S. will run a deficit of about $2.3 trillion without any

This is when and how you can water your lawn, according to Denver Water

Nearly 99% of Colorado is in a drought, with over 60% of the state being in at least a severe drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. The lack of moisture has pushed Denver Water to apply what they call their statewide dry condition rules. Beginning Saturday, Denver Water will

How to start exercising after a pandemic — The Know

Editor’s note: Have you been eating poorly in the last year, since the start of the pandemic? Have you become comfortable in your isolation? Are you unsure of how to take those first steps back to a comfortable level of fitness? As more of us are vaccinated and we begin

How a rock named “Bob” became a symbol of solidarity against anti-Asian hate in Colorado

A rock presides over the Lakewood restaurant owned by Ivy Pham and her brother John, the brown-flecked stone displayed on a shelf the siblings erected as a reminder to themselves and all who enter Kickin’ Chicken that love and community prevail over hate. The story of the rock, dubbed “Bob”

Biden order could change how colleges handle sex misconduct – The Denver Post

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is set to sign an executive order on Monday directing the Department of Education to review policies implemented by Donald Trump’s administration, including changes to Title IX regulations that prohibit sex discrimination in federally funded institutions, according to administration officials. Biden focused on gender equity

COVID-19: How does the UK compare in Europe’s race for vaccines amid ‘shortage’ warning?

Pressure is ramping up in the race across Europe to roll out coronavirus vaccines, amid the warning of a “shortage”. The EU is threatening to impose strict controls on the export of jabs made in the bloc, potentially impacting supplies of the Pfizer one that is made in Belgium. It

Here’s how the new Biden administration will impact Coloradans

The transition of presidential power from Donald Trump to Joe Biden in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday will happen thousands of miles away from Colorado, in front of pandemic-thinned crowds and extraordinary security, which puts all sorts of distance between the event and everyday life. While no Coloradans made it into

Trump impeachment vote: How Colorado’s representatives voted in second impeachment

For the second time in 13 months, Colorado’s U.S. House members split along party lines during a vote to impeach President Donald Trump. All Democrats voted in favor Wednesday and all Republicans were opposed. The reasons for their votes also echoed partisan rhetoric, with GOP Rep. Ken Buck calling the