After last weekend's Bledisloe Cup match, Justin Latif asks why we've fallen out of love with drop kicking.
How The Spinoff ended up with a dedicated South Auckland writer.
South Auckland students' struggles have been well reported this year, but a group of Māngere pupils say they can see a silver lining to it all.
An exclusive South Auckland-based golf club wants to rezone land that's been designated for houses, but some of its own members aren't happy.
Getting people cycling in South Auckland is hard, but one community is giving it a real go. So will these latest proposals make a difference?
Saia Latu dropped out of school at 14, was in trouble with the cops at 16, and earning six figures by his mid-30s. But his greatest success was still to come.
A new series of videos uses comedy to debunk misinformation that's proved to be particularly visible in South Auckland.
Is the striking new architecture featuring Māori and Pacific art around our city just tokenistic add-ons, or are Māori and Pasifika architects and designers being given the opportunities they deserve?
Auckland Council's district licensing committee hearings are being accused of entrenching inequality in the city.
With Trump disputing the election and Covid sweeping the nation, you could be forgiven for thinking the United States is descending into utter chaos. Justin Latif got in touch with a few mates to see if that's really the case.
As South Auckland’s property market heats up, those in poorly managed rentals are often caught between a rock and a hard place – complain and face the consequences or stay quiet and keep a roof over their heads.
Matt Renata was a constant presence at Ihumātao, assembling what he calls a 'church of the good vibes'. But not everyone was thrilled to see him.
While our newest migrant MPs are inspiring people across the world, their first week in parliament has not passed without controversy here at home.
Barber Peleti Oli-Alainu'uese is using his story of overcoming a background of sexual and physical abuse to inspire others to tackle their own issues.
Judith Collins has foregrounded her religious beliefs in debates and at church in the last week. But will it matter when it comes time for Christians to cast their votes?
Thousands of new houses are set to be built in South Auckland over the next 10 years, but will the new developments irreversibly change the region?
An Auckland iwi whose population and land holdings were decimated during the New Zealand Wars is partnering with Auckland Council to ensure its stories are being heard – and a new playground plays a starring role.