Watching Donald Trump deliver his inaugural address as US president isn't the same without second-screening Donald Trump tweeting about it. So here he is. crowds floking into Washington DC with victory …
The signing in of Donald J Trump as 45th president of the United States of America is but hours away. To distract/medicate, play the Spinoff drinking game along with his inaugural address.
The American foreign intelligence bureau yesterday posted online for the first time millions of pages of declassified documents. Toby Manhire scrolls through some of the intel published on New Zealand
Summer reissue: Welcome to the subduction zone: how the Kaikoura 7.8 shock created a ‘silent earthquake’ 500km away, off Gisborne
The Kaikoura earthquake wreaked destruction, tragedy and misery, but it also generated much scientific fascination. Including: what was going on in the Hikurangi Subduction Zone and those mysterious slow-slip events?
The most upbeat runner in the Auckland mayoral race enacted a weird half-withdrawal late in the contest. And it wasn't for the first time, wrote a weeping Toby Manhire
For good or ill, the first three years of a child's existence have an outsized impact on the rest of their life, according to findings taken from the world renowned Dunedin Study. The study's director talks to Toby Manhire about what it all means.
Superstar of breakfast radio, All Black captain and owner of a world-class duck face, John Key is one hell of a hard act to follow. But is the PM-designate really that boring? Toby Manhire crushes forever the Dull Bill English myth.
Should David Shearer's South Sudan appointment be confirmed, a by-election is likely in Mt Albert, signalling the departure of the last ex-Labour leader and leaving the question hanging: did the party err in knifing him?
This time next week John Key will be jetting to Hawaii, while a replacement measures the drapes on the Beehive ninth floor. But who are the likely contenders to succeed him? A thumbnail introduction, by Toby Manhire