Alice Webb-Liddall

Alice Webb-Liddall (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Pikiao) is the partnerships editor at Daylight Creative. Email her on alice@thespinoff.co.nz

Vodafone
Sep 14, 2021

Ngā pānga ki te ao pakihi i Aotearoa i te aronui ki te ao Māori

I Ōrākei Marae, e whakaako ana ngā kaiako o Te Kaa i ētahi rōpū nō ētahi kamupene huri noa i Aotearoa me pēhea e whai māramatanga ai, e whai hononga anō ai ki te ahurea Māori i runga hoki i te ngākau pai.

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Vodafone
Sep 14, 2021

How embracing te ao Māori is changing business in Aotearoa

At Ōrākei Marae, Māori cultural competency kaiako from Te Kaa are teaching rōpū from companies across Aotearoa how to positively identify with Māori culture.

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The Mind Lab
Sep 7, 2021

How to think differently about sustainability and change

A new Mind Lab course helps students create meaningful change in their communities – change that challenges our understanding of what 'sustainable' means.

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Ātea Otago
Aug 10, 2021

Protecting the pā: Vaccinating against Covid-19 on the marae

At marae all around Canterbury, Māori are getting vaccinated against Covid-19.

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Southern Cross Health
Jul 23, 2021

The online GP service helping Kiwis get healthcare from their homes

Virtual GP services are helping remove barriers to healthcare for those that find it hard to access. 

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Society
Jul 20, 2021

How my long weekend away became a long haul in a Melbourne hotel room

A quick trip to Melbourne to see a show was never meant to end in two weeks locked down in a hotel room.

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Trade Me Kindness Store
Jul 19, 2021

This winter, Trade Me is fostering kindness for rangatahi in need

With help from Trade Me's Kindness Store, KidsCan will give thousands of students the ability to participate.

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WSP
Jul 5, 2021

How 20-minute cities could transform urban life

Is Aotearoa on the verge of an urban planning revolution?

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YWCA
Jun 30, 2021

Meet the 25 young trailblazing wāhine of this year’s Y25

The YWCA is once again honouring 25 young wāhine whose community work in a difficult Covid year has been both impressive and inspirational.

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Society
Jun 18, 2021

The best and very, very worst schoolyard gossip, ranked

Po from the Teletubbies and Steve from Blue's Clues were just the tip of the school gossip iceberg.

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Society
Jun 15, 2021

Ali Mau on being harassed and outed by the gossip pages

Ali Mau talks to The Spinoff about the impact gossip mags have had on her life, and how they've helped her career

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Ātea
Jun 4, 2021

Sovereignty in streaming: A new forever home for Māori content

For the last four years the duo behind Pipi Mā have been working on a digital Māori content platform to rival the big streaming services.

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Society
May 29, 2021

The headline-grabbing headmaster in charge of NZ’s second-biggest school

Mount Albert Grammar school is one of the largest, most diverse high schools in New Zealand. Is its headmaster Patrick Drumm an antithesis to this?

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HOTC
May 26, 2021

The rise and recovery of downtown Auckland

The spirit of Auckland's city centre is evolving as it emerges from the challenges of 2020.

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Society
May 19, 2021

Four women on the realities of life with OCD

OCD is the butt of a lot of jokes, but the reality of the condition can be far more distressing than people realise.

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Business
May 19, 2021

She started at the bottom, now she’s changing the way we go to the toilet

Billie Jo Hohepa-Ropiha has found her niche creating toilet-based innovations with a focus on sustainability.

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Money
May 3, 2021

Meet the woman opening the doors to the boys’ club of finance and investing

Victoria Harris started The Curve to empower women to make the most of their money.

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Society
Apr 21, 2021

How to visit Australia without leaving the country

This week the trans-Tasman bubble is finally open, but if airfares aren't in your budget here's how to do a tour of Australia, New Zealand.

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Vodafone Free Range
Mar 26, 2021

Home Screen: Balancing work, parenting and socialising on a smart phone

Why you shouldn’t feel bad about your social media use.

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Nando's
Mar 24, 2021

How one chicken chain is embracing the plant-based revolution

Nando's new offering proves that plant-based options aren't an afterthought anymore.

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Ātea Otago
Mar 18, 2021

Finding whakapapa: The generational trauma of closed Māori adoptions

Dr Erica Newman has been awarded $300,000 to study the generational effects of closed adoptions of Māori children to Pākehā families. 

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Business
Mar 17, 2021

One year on: The St Patrick’s Day and Bluff wedding clusters

The St Patrick's Day cluster and the Bluff wedding cluster both began one year ago this month.

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Television
Mar 15, 2021

Review: The Tender Trap is a warning against finding love in strange places

Ten years on from the incident that landed Sharon Armstrong in an Argentinian prison, The Tender Trap tells the story of her romance scam.

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Ātea Otago
Mar 11, 2021

Welcome home: How first year Māori students find a place at the University of Otago

To open the year at the University of Otago, hundreds of first year Māori students and their families gathered at Ōtākou marae to be welcomed onto the whenua of Ngāi Tahu.

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Food
Mar 5, 2021
Vodafone Free Range
Feb 15, 2021

Home Screen: How to make your phone a tool, not a distraction

The Spinoff asks Vodafone NZ's head of platforms Sharina Nisha how she makes her phone work for her, and the apps she considers crucial.

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