In 2014, Duncan Greive was invited to interview Dan Carter on the back of the All Black's spokesmodelling gig for Jockey underwear.
Todd Scott hosted Lotto in the 90s. He ended up running NZ's most famous business newspaper. And now things have got really weird.
A massive $50bn package includes an eight week extension to the wage subsidy. Does the business community think it's enough?
Made by a single family sewing together bits of old shows, Leigh Hart’s Big Isolation Lockdown was the funniest and most oddly comforting television made in level four.
NZME asked the commerce commission for urgent approval to buy Stuff for $1. Minutes later, Stuff’s owner said it was no longer in talks with NZME.
The weight of Covid-19 will be very unequally distributed. Duncan Greive writes about where it will land, and how those it hits might come out from under it.
The second week of lockdown mobility data reveals NZ remains compliant with lockdown measures.
There’s a desperate scramble to stop more major media companies failing. What’s going on – and how might it play out?
The giant global data set shows how different countries are locking down, and which NZ regions are most compliant.
Internal memos from the magazine company, which announced its closure yesterday, state they were lobbying to change the publication ban. Faafoi is adamant they were not.
The shockingly fast collapse of Bauer presents the government with a momentous choice. Does it save the media industry, or concentrate on its own?
Just a tiny handful of print publications will continue through the lockdown, with only daily newspapers specifically identified as being able to continue. Duncan Greive spoke to publishers of magazines â€¦
An unscheduled Covid-19 special ran in place of Seven Sharp last night, and it brought out the best in both its participants and the medium itself.