Every time the radio survey results come out we get the same amazing news: everyone killed it! Duncan Greive reads the press releases and tries to figure out what’s really going on.
The best of The Spinoff this week: Dance moms, Aldous Harding and a social studies lesson from Bob McCoskrie
Compiling the best reading from your friendly local website.
Compiling the best reading from your friendly local website. Jack Tame: ‘Janice’s email stood out for its dazzling ignorance’: Jack Tame on the racist email which made him snap "Of my two …
On YouTube, every conceivable interest is catered to – including the brutal power of top quality, highly engineered swords. David Farrier talks to Lynn Thompson, founder of viral video makers Cold Steel Swords.
Compiling the best reading from your friendly local website. Michele A'Court: Here, let me help. Start by imagining your penis is bleeding "So… imagine that you are you, Tom. All good? And that …
Pay TV giant Sky has just pulled the handbrake on its unbundled online sports service Fan Pass, as it jacks up the prices over 50% and removes the daily and weekly options.
Is there a male equivalent of a "vile hag?" What about a "sanctimonious bitch?" How about "patronising c**t"? RNZ's Megan Whelan thinks not.
The Commerce Commission was right to reject a bid by NZME-Fairfax that would have created a dominance unprecedented in a western democracy, and now the paywalls need to go up, writes Peter Griffin
The Commerce Commission decision appears based on a naive assumption that because news is important it will always be made, writes Duncan Greive.
The challenge for anyone, politicians especially, who opposed the idea of a Fairfax-NZME merger on high principle is to find a practical solution as news media go deeper into the storm, writes Toby Manhire