Everything butter touches turns to gold: A love letter to buttery goodness (+ recipes)

Simon Day trials the new Sunbeam Mixmaster Hand Mixer with its unique HeatSoft Technology to make some bespoke butters, and share his recipes. 

All your questions about Batwoman, answered

Josie Adams breaks down everything you need to know about Batwoman, the latest caped crusader to take on the batty burden of protecting Gotham. 

10 documentaries that will make you smarter and more interesting

Keen to expand your general knowledge? Behind on the sexbot craze? Want to know more local history? You could start with these documentaries on TVNZ OnDemand.

How do architecture students learn about the real world? They build it

In the depths of Unitec’s School of Architecture, teams of second-year students are preparing to put their first tangible projects in front of the public.

Partners Archive

A chocolate for breakfast and a burden lifted: Christmas with The Aunties 

This December, with the help of other generous food businesses, Freedom Farms will deliver 40 Christmas hampers to women affected by domestic violence. 

The Good Life: How superannuants can change NZ’s inequality story

Toby Morris looks into the history of inequality in New Zealand – and how a charity is asking our most fortunate generation to help.

A five part guide to the perfect Central Otago summer break

There’s so much more to Central Otago than ski slopes and luxury lodges. We’ve put together a list of all you need to know before you explore this stunning part of our backyard this summer this summer. 

How green is New Zealand’s national grid?

In the fourth part of the series with our partners at Flick Electric Co. to help you make better energy choices, Flick’s Nikki Cockburn explains how to the national grid works. 

Why sustainable business makes for better business

Sustainability is no longer just a ‘nice to have’ for businesses – it’s as pivotal as profit to their long term survival.

It’s time to talk about bodies after birth, and not just stretch marks

The impact of pregnancy and birth on the body is immense, yet we rarely discuss the ways it impacts women's lives, says Emily Writes.

Behind the scenes of Funny As: New Zealand comedians on how they do it

When comedy documentary Funny As was made, a lot of interviews got left on the cutting room floor which NZ On Screen quickly picked up. Here are some of our favourites.

Why sustainable investing matters – and how to take a stand with your KiwiSaver

With attitudes shifting towards sustainability, what can people do to take a stand against big corporations making the wrong environmental decisions?

The clothing label that’s built a bond with Kiwi women through online interaction

Napier-based women's clothing company KILT is a big brand with local charm. Josie Adams finds out how they've adapted their boutique strategy to work on a national level.

Recipe: Five-spice pork shoulder with crispy skin (and a cultural journey)

Simon Day learns about the history and power of Chinese five spice. 

How to teach machines humanity and ethics

In the fourth episode of Actually Interesting, The Spinoff’s monthly podcast exploring the effect AI has on our lives, Russell Brown speaks to Ana Arriola, general manager and partner at Microsoft AI and Research, about ethics and transparency in tech.

Corrections’ plan to use te ao Māori to reduce Māori incarceration rates

Hōkai Rangi is a recently-released strategy aiming to drastically lower the ratio of Māori in prison in New Zealand, using Māori strategy to do so.