New to Lightbox this month: Sunny times in Philadelphia, more Harvey Specter… and Caitlin Moran

Alex Casey and Sam Brooks round up the new content coming to Lightbox this month, including some sunny Philadelphians, Harvey Specter's return and Lightbox's first original content ever! It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia …

The Bulletin: NZ dragged into spy row over Russia

Good morning and welcome to the Bulletin. In today's edition: Britain calls on New Zealand's support after alleged Russian attack, there's been another sexual assault allegation at a Labour Party function, …

The Bulletin: Ardern admits mistakes made after youth camp assaults

Labour's launched an investigation after reports of sexual harassment and assault at a party run youth camp, glaciers on the Southern Alps are in bad shape, and Lyttelton Port workers have gone on strike.

Josh Fountain is everywhere, if you know where to listen

After taking over Joel Little’s Auckland recording studio, Josh Fountain has become one of the most in-demand producers in New Zealand pop music. Hussein Moses goes behind the scenes to find out how he got here and where he’s going next.

Partner Content Archive

The Bulletin: Bridges keeps Collins close

Good morning and welcome to The Bulletin. Simon Bridges has put former rivals at the top of his reshuffled caucus, Finance Minister Grant Robertson hints at pay boosts for teachers and …

Boom! Meet Millie, the girl who builds playgrounds in the world’s poorest countries

In the fourth story in our series celebrating the amazing things young New Zealanders do every day, meet Millie Whetu, a young entrepreneur who believes big business needs big dreams, big vision and a big heart.

Beck: ‘Now I get to just do what I do. I can just be myself’

Henry Oliver talks to Beck about the '90s, guitars, Bruno Mars, and his new album Colors.

Ten brilliant TV shows created by awesome women

Cops, doctors, variety shows writers, reality show producers, women are running the show – and running the shows. To celebrate International Women’s Day, Tara Ward salutes ten of Lightbox’s best shows made by women.

The Bulletin: Public money used to spy on quake survivors

Public money has been used to spy on earthquake victims, Amy Adams gets a top job in National, and marine protection network proposals in the South Island are disappointing to environmentalists.

James Blunt deserved more from a lacklustre Auckland crowd

James Blunt may be a world-class entertainer but his crowd at Spark Arena last night were anything but. Madeleine Chapman reviews one of her favourite artists.

The Bulletin: Another National heavyweight bows out

Good morning and welcome to the first ever edition of The Bulletin, a round up the best and most important NZ news of the day. Sign up here to get …

Five unintended consequences of the electric car revolution

EVs are taking over the world, in the same way that cars left the horse and cart floundering in their petrol guzzling wake. Vector’s Steve Heinen discusses why that might be a brilliant, planet-saving, massive headache.

From countess to future princess: playing six degrees of separation with Lightbox

It takes a certain kind of obsessive mindset to want to play six degrees of separation – even more so to try and link fictional nobility to soon-to-be-actual royalty. Sam Brooks did it, and did it with Lightbox shows.

Auckland City Limits, reviewed

The Spinoff (or a sizeable chunk of it) went to Auckland City Limits on Saturday. Here's our collective review.

Auckland City Limits 2018: in photos

On Saturday the second Auckland City Limits went down at Western Springs. Simon Day spent the day roaming the speedway with his camera. 

The guy who makes Auckland City Limits actually happen

We talk to Etienne Marais, event producer of Auckland City Limits and probably the only person to work at every New Zealand Big Day Out.