Monocolumn: New Zealand Asserts Itself

Monocolumn: New Zealand Asserts Itself

Last week, during the protracted and ultimately fruitless six-day effort to rescue 29 men trapped in the Pike River coal mine, New Zealand media and politicians made a rare show of unity to castigate visiting Australian journalists.

  • 29 november 2010

Green hills of peninsula

Monocolumn is Monocle’s daily bulletin of news and opinion. Catch up with previous editions here.

To use the Antipodean vernacular, New Zealand and Australia are great mates. Occupying the same quiet corner of the globe, the neighbours share a similar history; cultures which venerate the egalitarian; accents so alike they are routinely mistaken for each other.

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