Cartoon characters can be almost anything – people, animals, figments of your imagination. And they can also be hot as hell.
It's 'important for mothers and midwives to plan well ahead of their delivery', according to the head of the Southern DHB. Intrigued, Emily Writes decided to find out more.
While KFC staff are desperately trying to draw attention to their terrible working conditions, people are losing their shit over a chicken burger.
The biggest education strike in New Zealand history, including primary and secondary school teachers, and principals, will take place on May 29. But what can parents do to help?
Emily Writes speaks to researcher Leimomi Oakes about Plunket's dark past and the despicable views of its founder Sir Frederic Truby King.
Emily Writes was disappointed by yesterday's capital gains tax news – but after years of government inaction on housing inequality, she wasn't surprised.
Longer hours have some parents up in arms, but Emily Writes argues that kindergartens are only doing what they have to in order to survive.
Forget Married at First Sight, the craziest hookups are happening at Wellington Zoo. Capybara reporter Emily Writes reveals all.
The three-part mini-series Three Girls tells the story of the horrendous Rochdale child rape ring in the UK. It's a harrowing watch, says Emily Writes, but it's important we don't look away – on screen and in real life.
Following the Christchurch terror attacks parents around the world have been concerned about what their children might see online and how they might cope with the immense tragedy of the events.
This week, and pretty much all the time, young people are putting to shame the aged moaners among us, says Emily Writes
The actor Luke Perry, whose performance as Dylan McKay in the TV show Beverly Hills 90210 was an early '90s cultural phenomenon, has died aged 52. Emily Writes pays tribute.
Staff at the Reading Cinema complex in central Wellington have been made redundant. Emily Writes hopes they'll be looked after, because they're all amazing.
With screeds of media coverage of self-help strange tie fan Jordan Peterson, Emily Writes ponders if there possibly might be anyone more interesting to get on your podcast.
A reporter for the Daily Mail interviewed some "interiors therapists" who warned her that her home was repelling men. Here's a handy solution from Emily Writes.