Ever wanted to make an unfunny joke and be deeply offensive at the same time? Harcourts has all the answers you need.
Has there ever been a good question asked by an audience member at a literary festival? Going by the Auckland Writers Festival, the answer appears to be no, uh-uh, never.
Olympic cyclist and America's Cup cyclor Simon Van Velthooven talks to Madeleine Chapman about the increasingly important role of technology in sport.
Social media can be an effective tool for police in finding missing persons and suspects. But where is the line and was it crossed this week?
The outspoken ethical fashion champion has contacted the Spinoff with further comments about the garments that were manufactured offshore but boast 'Made in NZ' tags.
A Spinoff investigation reveals ethical fashion pioneer WORLD as stocking garments made in Bangladesh and China, despite their being labeled 'Made in New Zealand'.
Two restaurants with the exact same name operate beside each other in Mt Albert. But which is the real Mt Albert BBQ Noodle House? Madeleine Chapman eats and investigates.
Teeks, Emily King, and Tank and the Bangas performed together in a three-part outdoor event for Auckland Arts Festival. Madeleine Chapman was there.
Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten 181 runs in yesterday's ODI victory against the England men's team. Madeleine ChapMAN accurately reports.
James Blunt may be a world-class entertainer but his crowd at Spark Arena last night were anything but. Madeleine Chapman reviews one of her favourite artists.
Grace Jones performed at Auckland City Limits to an enthusiastic crowd. Then Dan Carter appeared and ruined everything. Madeleine Chapman reports.
On Monday night, Seven Sharp aired a segment warning against the left-leaning political extremist groups, aka meme pages, on Facebook. Madeleine Chapman expands on the report.
Australian 60 Minutes presenter Charles Wooley this week revealed himself to be in love, or "smitten", with Jacinda Ardern. Madeleine Chapman watched and wept.
Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous, both 16, won bronze medals at the Winter Olympics this week. Their efforts add to an ever-growing list of impressive achievements by New Zealand teenagers.
With Tova O'Brien and Jessica Mutch's recent promotions, the leading editors in the press gallery are now all women. Madeleine Chapman asks four of them whether that matters, and about the broader state of play in 2018.
With each passing week, a new international profile of Jacinda Ardern is published. Having studied them all, Madeleine Chapman presents a simple DIY guide.