Georgia Lines on finding her voice, trusting herself and not burning out early

As the young songwriter steps confidently into a new phase of her career, she explains how it’s unfolded to this point.

The people combatting the dismal reality of child poverty in New Zealand

'My dream was just to put food on the table, a roof over our head. And that’s the most limiting dream ever, if that’s your ceiling.'

The connections with wai that can keep us safer in the water

Despite Māori over-representation in the death statistics, drowning prevention strategies have largely neglected Māori perspectives on water safety.

When life gives you lemons, make gravy – for dogs

First he lost his job, and then his dogs stopped eating their food. And that's when Anthony Gardiner saw an opportunity.

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How 20-minute cities could transform urban life

Is Aotearoa on the verge of an urban planning revolution?

Matariki, our guiding light

Once a year in the midst of winter, the nine stars of Matariki cast their glow on our whenua.

Te hī ika: How Māori fishing rights were saved – but only just

Looking back at the landmark fisheries settlement between Māori and the Crown, 30 years since it was signed.

Financial wellness: The health check that helps women close the wealth gap

Money worries are one of life's biggest stressors – and the issue can be especially acute for women.

A quick catch-up: All our Conversations That Count so far

Take some time to get acquainted with the back catalogue of our engrossing, informative podcast series.

Meet the 25 young trailblazing wāhine of this year’s Y25

The YWCA is once again honouring 25 young wāhine whose community work in a difficult Covid year has been both impressive and inspirational.

Why people keep coming back to Love Island

It’s the series people love to hate, but a long-time Love Island fan knows why the reality show is exactly her type on paper. 

Matariki’s tiny treasures

Artist Jade Townsend reflects on reindiginising, mothering and the mauri and magic of Māori art.

Matariki’s tiny treasures

Artist Jade Townsend reflects on reindiginising, mothering and the mauri and magic of Māori art.

Recipe: Creamy bacon and spinach pasta

Low on effort and big on satisfaction, this quick pasta dish is just the ticket for a wintry weeknight meal. 

Make It 16: A documentary about the fight to lower Aotearoa’s voting age

Meet the rangatahi campaigning to make New Zealand’s voting age 16 in this Doc Edge Original.

How to make your money work harder (without having to risk it all)

Got some savings you want to turn into a secure financial future? A managed fund could be the answer.