Who’s mad enough to launch a print magazine right now? Well, there’s me

Until the sudden closure of Bauer Media, Simon Farrell-Green was the editor of HOME, New Zealand's oldest architecture magazine. Here he explains what comes next.

Senior MediaWorks source emphatically denies reports Three sold to Discovery

The Herald reported this morning that MediaWorks was on the verge of selling its TV assets to US TV giant Discovery – but it appears the story may have been premature.

Dan Carter: A life in undies

In 2014, Duncan Greive was invited to interview Dan Carter on the back of the All Black's spokesmodelling gig for Jockey underwear.

Noel Edmonds on his new life in NZ: ‘I’m not bringing Mr Blobby over’

Noel Edmonds is a British TV legend with a 50 year career in broadcasting. So why did he move to Matakana and launch a radio station?

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The NBR owner just sold his mansion to live in a motorhome

Todd Scott hosted Lotto in the 90s. He ended up running NZ's most famous business newspaper. And now things have got really weird.

The Screen Industry Workers Bill is good for our industry – Jennifer Ward-Lealand

The Hobbit Law went too far, but this is a big step towards creating fairer working conditions, writes the actors' union president.

Athletes have embraced social media with gusto. Where does that leave journalists?

For athletes, journalists can seem distrustful and irrelevant. But they also help to build legends.

A frame-by-frame analysis of Tova O’Brien’s hall-of-fame National shambles story

Last night New Zealand witnessed one of the most exhilarating, confronting political stories to air on national television.

Sold for a buck: Why Stuff and other huge businesses change hands for $1

When Stuff’s parent company Nine sold up in a management buyout, the sale price for the whole business was $1.

The sale of Stuff sets the stage for a new independent media in New Zealand

The big media companies just want to get married. Duncan Greive makes the case for dozens of divorces instead.

Stuff bought by its CEO, MediaWorks announces mass layoffs in historic day for NZ media

Duncan Greive assesses an extraordinary morning for New Zealand’s media.

There and back again: The bill targeting workers’ right in the screen industry

A bill is currently being read in parliament that could radically shift employee rights in our screen and gaming industries.

The bumper Toby Morris & Siouxsie Wiles Covid-19 box set

All the illustrations and animations in one place.

NZME and Stuff’s merger saga just reached a bizarre new peak

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 Spinoff seeks account manager to join commercial team

A newly established position in our commercial team.

Break out the bubbles: The winners of the 48Hours Lockdown are…

For the past week, we’ve been showcasing our picks from the 48Hours Lockdown. Today, we’ve got the awards special AND the winners to show you.