The 60 wise delegates of Botany chose their next National Party candidate last night. Toby Manhire was there to watch the anointment.
More than 150 have signed an open letter saying the current law hinders efforts to tackle the climate crisis, and urging the Greens to take a lead.
By reference to history and science, we predict which way tonight's crunch game in the Rugby World Cup is likely to go.
Britain and the EU have agreed new terms for divorce. But with the Conservatives' Northern Irish support party unimpressed, is the shitstorm over?
A pair of polls put pressure on the Labour Party, a wild night of weather in the North Island, and Shane Jones snapped brandishing a semi-automatic.
Stephen Colbert has made good on his promise to visit New Zealand, and the prime minister has made good on her promise to drive him around.
It’s surplus season again, and the two main parties are at each other’s throats about management of the national finances. But how unlike one another are they really? Put yourself to the test.
The latest episode of the painfully good Succession pays pointed homage to the appearance of media mogul Rupert Murdoch and his son before a British parliamentary inquiry.
In an email to colleagues, Stuart McCutcheon says he acknowledges the ‘very real hurt and sense of threat’ caused by white supremacist materials and says now is not time for a free speech debate.
‘Racism and white supremacy have no place at the University of Auckland’, reads the letter, signed by many of the university’s most senior academics.
The candidate comparison super-tool is now live, making it easy to find out who is offering what in local elections from the top to the bottom of New Zealand.
All the key dates and critical communications between Sarah* and the Labour Party – including unambiguous references to ‘sexual assault’ from the complainant.
It’s one of the great genres of New Zealand news: the unusual thing that just blocked our main arterial road. Here’s a sampler.
The government has just published its plan to halt the degradation of waterways and restore the health of freshwater over a generation. But one group says it 'throws farming under the tractor'.
After the success of the Policy tool in the 2017 general election, this time we’re going local – making it easy to compare the rival candidates in your area.
Californians warned to check for symptoms after an infected NZ teen visited theme parks including Disneyland and Universal Studios.
The ancient Australian shock-jock yesterday targeted Jacinda Ardern, urging Australia's PM to 'shove a sock down her throat'. It's in keeping with a substantial history of being an arse.