|Wheat importers in Asia scramble for supplies after Indian export ban|
Traders say the ban could drive global prices to new record peaks, hitting poor consumers in Asia and Africa particularly hard.
© 2022 RadioNZ 8:10am Asia: Art stories in Aotearoa - Episode 1 Fine Arts
Watch: Artists of Asian heritage discuss their creative work in a new RNZ podcast series: Asia: Art Stories in Aotearoa. The full series presented by Kadambari Raghukumar is available to view now.
© 2022 RadioNZ Tue, 26 Apr 8:15pm The Spinoff: Why Jacinda Ardern is loving her escape to Asia
Previously published in The Spinoff The prime minister looked not so much jet-lagged as energised as she began her two-stop Asia trip. No wonder – offshore excursions can be a blessing for political leaders, writes Toby Manhire....
© 2022 NZ Herald Wed, 20 Apr 1:12pm How posh British schools are branching out in Asia
A growing number of leading British public schools are opening campuses in the region.
© 2022 BBCWorld Wed, 13 Apr 3:39pm Data migration business intent on expansion after funding boost
A Christchurch tech start-up is eyeing up growth in the Asia-Pacific and the United States after securing funding.
© 2022 RadioNZ Fri, 25 Mar 2:29pm Prince William blasted for calling Ukraine war 'alien' during remarks at a volunteer centre
Prince William is facing backlash for remarking that a war in Europe is "very alien to see" given British people are "more used to seeing conflict in Africa and Asia".The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to a Ukrainian...
© 2022 NZ Herald Thu, 10 Mar 2:40pm KiwiSaver funds rise despite weak NZ share market
KiwiSaver funds with a higher exposure to international shares had the strongest performance in the last quarter of 2021 as the New Zealand share market had a weak end to the year.Tim Murphy, director of manager selection, Asia-Pacific...
© 2022 NZ Herald Thu, 10 Feb 10:33am
Uber loses $5.9bn as Asia investment values fall
The firm said almost all of that loss was a due to falls in the value of investments in other companies.
© 2022 BBCWorld Thu, 5 May 3:29pm Focus on Politics: Regional security weighs on Ardern's Asia trade trip
Podcast - Pomp, ceremony, and shifting international allegiances: Jane Patterson looks past the spectacle of the Prime Minister's first official trip in years.
© 2022 RadioNZ Sat, 23 Apr 10:09am PM's trade delegation to Asia: Three weak Covid-19 positives
The cases are understood to be from previous infections, meaning they will not be required to isolate, but they will not be able to continue to Japan.
© 2022 RadioNZ Tue, 19 Apr 1:02pm Ardern to depart on 6-day Asia tour in first overseas trip since 2020
The Prime Minister will leverage New Zealand's Covid-19 response while overseas, to try to attract tourists from Singapore and Japan.
© 2022 RadioNZ Sun, 17 Apr 11:52am NZ small businesses 'not digitally savvy' like Asia-Pacific peers - survey
Small businesses are lagging behind the rest of the region globally when it comes to growth, social media, online sales and new methods of payment.
© 2022 RadioNZ Tue, 22 Mar 7:13am Timor-Leste's Ramos-Horta makes pitch for stability ahead of election
The frontrunner in Timor-Leste's presidential election, independence figure and Nobel laureate Jose Ramos-Horta, has said he hopes to restore political stability to Asia's youngest democracy, as the nation prepares to head to the polls.
© 2022 RadioNZ Fri, 18 Mar 8:43pm Asia shares rebound after Ukraine sanctions
Investors weigh up the longer term impact of sanctions as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues.
© 2022 BBCWorld Fri, 25 Feb 8:50pm