Fresh from reporting on the American Trumpocalypse, Newshub’s larger than life political editor Patrick Gower tells Toby Manhire about the lessons his US experience offers to NZ media, and how he’s preparing to tackle an election here in 2017.
Compiling the best reading from your friendly local website, featuring a lot of rent week and Hit and Run.
The planned restructure at the public owned TV network is the wrong path. Paul Brislen issues a plea: turn back before it’s too late.
We review the entire country and culture of New Zealand, one thing at a time. Today: Some people are upset about free-range eggs. Toby Manhire is upset about ‘tasty’ cheese.
Myles Thompson of the Coalition for Better Broadcasting explains why they teamed up with Action Station to launch the People's Commission on Public Broadcasting and Media.
Mike Hosking says it’s been three days and, hey, the weekend’s just around the corner – why the hell are you still worried about some war thing from ages ago? It’s …
News broke overnight that David D'Amato, the antagonist of David Farrier and Dylan Reeve's Tickled documentary, has died. The film-makers have issued a plea for respect over his passing
We review the entire country and culture of New Zealand, one thing at a time. Today: Calum Henderson plugs into the All Blacks' new official podcast.
Having analysed the spate of uplifting stories about millennial strugglers buying homes, Don Rowe reveals how you, too, can lift your foot above your head and on to the lowest rung of the property ladder.
Annie Goldson's new documentary about Kim Dotcom and his legal battle has just premiered at SXSW in Texas. We asked Dotcom's US-based lawyer, Ira Rothken, to send us a quickfire review from the screening.