In New Zealand, as overseas, authorities are dealing with two parallel crises: the Covid-19 virus and the maelstrom of misinformation surrounding it.
The National Party figure thought to have adopted a fake name and called up talkback is far from the first political figure to try this tactic.
Theatre owners are up in arms that potential blockbuster Mulan is to be premiered not in cinemas, but on Disney's streaming platform, Disney+.
Between 2009 and 2014, New Zealand's top-rating breakfast radio host published a serialised ode to life's simple pleasures on Twitter. We pay tribute to ‘Life is Perfect’, an unheralded literary achievement.
Are you sick of that moment towards the end of a film when you realise that not a single woman has spoken to another woman the whole time? Turns out you can test for that.
Facebook’s perceived lack of trust might be damaging to publishers, but the company itself has become ever more interwoven into the news business.
A new EP from an unknown Auckland singer ignited a bidding war before she’d released a single. Today her debut single ‘Call You Out’ is released, with eerie parallels to Lorde’s rise.
The associate editor of The Indian Times on why he believes the media ignores the quarter of our population not born here – and why both parties lose as a result.
The country's fifth biggest site overall, Stuff has made the move 'in the context of the international Boycott Facebook movement'.
With the collapse of Bauer NZ resulting in Australian magazines flooding our shelves, Wendyl Nissen looks back at her battle to get homegrown content given the star billing it deserved. Thanks â€¦
Either they are very difficult to sell, or they are worth very little, or Bauer simply doesn't care what it gets for them.