New Zealand is rightly proud of the multi-ethnic and -cultural society it's growing into. But while Māori and Pacific representation has improved since the '80s, our exploding Asian population remains near-invisible. In part one of a two-part series, Sonia Gray tries to find out why.
Why are there still minimal Māori, Pacific and Asian populations in prime time? And why does cultural representation in the film industry remain light years ahead of television? In the second part of a two-part series, Sonia Gray tries to find out.
The Black Caps are historically great, so why does it feel wrong to believe in them? Sonia Gray writes on the hurt haunting the team’s winning run.
Lotto presenter Sonia Gray first found fame as the conniving Aleesha Cook on Shortland Street. She reflects on real life playing a fake villain ahead of the iconic show's return to our screens this week.
Actress, presenter and cricket tragic Sonia Gray on the stealthy way the Blackcaps have adopted reverse sledging and "respect-shaming" as tactics.
Actress and Lotto presenter Sonia Gray hosted Miss Universe New Zealand over the weekend. Here she recounts for us her experience walking back in time to this magical and deeply strange world.