In the wake of International Women's Day, Alex Casey remembers an unlikely feminist hero: a squirrel who lives in a plastic dome under the sea.
Alex Casey talks to Jackie Clark, donations co-ordinator for several women's refuges in Auckland, about New Zealand’s gender violence problem and what people can do to help.
‘So there was this guy masturbating on the bus…’ Why women are talking about dealing with bad dudes for a new TVNZ series
Alex Casey talks to Maha Albadrawi and Lucy Zee about bringing New Zealand women's stories to life in So This Happened.
Alex and Joseph sprinted to Spinoff HQ to record this Pop on the Couch emergency after Lorde dropped her new single 'Green Light' on Friday morning.
Alex Casey compares the dramatic re-enactments of Sensing Murder to fellow bad creep show Celebrity Ghost Stories, to find the true winner in the art of the corny reconstruction.
Murder Week continues: Alex Casey spends an evening with Sensing Murder’s Sue Nicholson during her “Answers From the Other Side” tour, and doesn’t get a lot of answers.
Hibiscus Coast kayaker Zac Franich was announced as New Zealand's next Bachelor on The Project tonight. Alex Casey delves deep into the internet underbelly to find everything you need to know.
Alex Casey interviews world famous drag queen Courtney Act, star of Guy Sebastian-era Australian Idol and runner-up on RuPaul's Drag Race.
‘There was no alternative voice’: A trans activist on how Family First used the Herald to target a trans teen
Trans activist and academic Lexie Matheson was a key figure in instigating transgender friendly toilets at Marlborough Girl’s High School, a decision made to accommodate the first trans student on their roll. She talked to Alex Casey about the process, and Family First’s Ask Me First response campaign reported on by the Herald yesterday.