Three years in the making, the New Zealand-made documentary Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web will premiere at the South By Southwest film festival in Texas on March 13. Watch the first trailer here.
Great news for young people struggling to buy a house while spending up large on window washers, cat whisperers and feng shui consultants. Inspired by big bank economist Tony Alexander, the Spinoff has one hundred thousand dollars for you.
The Commerce Commission’s decision to deny the Vodafone / Sky merger could have grave consequences for New Zealand sports fans in years to come, writes Tim Martin, CEO of RugbyPass.com.
This week the Commerce Commission is set to rule on the wedding of two companies, brought together in the name of rugby, reckons Paul Brislen.
A police takedown of a drunk and belligerent biker went viral this week. Pro fighter Shane Young breaks down the action ahead of his own fight this evening in Auckland.
‘We are dealing with an utterly abnormal situation’: RNZ’s man in Washington, Simon Marks, on covering Trump
Morning Report listeners will be familiar with the crisp British tones of Simon Marks, messenger of daily astonishment from the White House. We asked him about the strange new world, his modest media empire, and the dangers of normalising President Donald J Trump.
Revolution in pink: Kiwi photographer Robin Hammond on shooting Nat Geo’s remarkable transgender cover
Adrian Hatwell talks to Kiwi photographer Robin Hammond about shooting a nine year old transgender girl for the cover of January's National Geographic.