The head of production house Pango Productions lays out his vision for the future of Māori media – and there's no place for Māori Television in it.
While the announcement that nobody in managed isolation will be allowed out early on compassionate grounds might sound reassuring, its legal basis appears extremely shaky.
Why isn't our transport planning keeping up with the ideas now transforming the cities of the world? Not radical ideas, just orthodox planning ideas, writes Simon Wilson. Like: banning cars from the middle of town.
Outsized egos, rigid class systems and bathroom cubicle crying sessions – a New Zealander looks back on her time on the frontlines of a deeply dysfunctional culture.
The Health and Disability System Review released this week nearly gets it right, but still sets us up to fail, writes consultant and health advocate Gabrielle Baker.
The proposal to 'rationalise' Māori media into one news service is regressive and will further marginalise the Māori voice, writes journalist Mihingarangi Forbes.
Widely criticised for its use in the trial of Grace Millane's killer, the 'rough sex' defence is a harrowing ordeal for victims and their families.
The government says it's providing an essential service as the country emerges from Covid-19; the opposition says it's election propaganda in disguise.
Every time Pete Evans talks about his 'wellness' beliefs, scientists and doctors line up to rebut them. That's because Evans' 'common sense' sounds a lot like utter nonsense.
As the American media giant comes under fire for its treatment of POC contributors, it's time to talk about the whiteness of food media in Aotearoa.
In the 1980s, David Lange reformed the public service to improve democratic accountability. A new bill aims to reverse that.
After 31 years on air, the American police television show Cops was finally cancelled on Wednesday. Is it time for New Zealand to do the same to Police 10-7?
Visionweek is a web summit aiming to stimulate a conversation about the future of New Zealand as we emerge from the Covid-19 crisis. We asked participants to give us their big ideas to transform the country.
The biennial Rimpac military exercises in Hawai'i devastate the environment and disregard the rights of its Indigenous people. New Zealand should not participate, writes Emalani Case.