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We need more houses and we need women to help build them

New Zealand is in desperate need of skilled tradespeople, which means it’s past time we got women onboard and on the drills.

‘So much unfinished business’: Helen Clark on feminism, factions and equality

Helen Clark is back, with a new book collecting her speeches from four decades in public life. She discusses her extraordinary career, and where she's headed next.

No, it’s not a scam: Why Vector is sending you a cheque in the mail

The letter you got saying a cheque was about to turn up wasn't from a Nigerian prince.

Still life: Meet the Ukrainian nuclear engineer making spirits in Puhoi

In an unassuming spot just outside of our biggest city, exacting standards and secret methods are producing some of the smoothest spirits you’ll ever try.

Chorizo and pea fideuà – it’s paella, but not as you know it

What, a paella made with pasta?! We know, but wait, it gets better – Freedom Farms' delicious new smoked pork chorizo features too.

Where’s American Woman Alicia Silverstone been since Clueless?

Alicia Silverstone was the It Girl of the mid-nineties, and she's back heading up a new show which drops on Lightbox today.

Beer and Wine of the Week: A dragon ale from Kāpiti and a near-perfect pinot gris

Alice Neville tries a multifaceted, dragon-inspired Belgian beer from Waikanae, while Henry Oliver opts for a full, fragrant and ever-so-slightly funky pinot gris from Waipara. 

Three women on working in the man’s world of energy distribution

Teina Teariki Mana, ponders the state of gender balance in the workplace, in an industry that still lags behind.

Leilani Momoisea and Katherine Lowe on racism, feminism and the fashion industry

The duo behind the fashion and lifestyle blog Rally discuss working in the fashion industry and life as women of colour in Aotearoa.  There are some numbers that register immediately for …

Morningside for life: How Crave cafe reinvests in its neighbourhood

Crave café has been serving locals in Morningside, Auckland for almost a decade, and is spearheading plans for a major regeneration of the suburb over the coming year.

Tom Scott: ‘If you’re worried about pissing people off, your career’s done’

Avantdale Bowling Club's Tom Scott talks fame, infamy and coming home to Avondale.

Is Siri a gossip with your data? How to secure your cyber security

In the second story in a series on the future of work, Alex Braae looks at the vulnerability of our data, and the cyber security industry whose job it is to protect it. 

Meet the DOC dogs protecting New Zealand’s native wildlife

Since 2016, the department has partnered with Kiwibank to develop the conservation dog programme and, by proxy, raise the profile of conservation as a whole. 

The Single Object: the water fountain that measures money

In the second part of our series about forgotten objects with outsize influence on New Zealand history, Danyl Mclauchlan visits the Reserve Bank to inspect Bill Phillip's MONIAC.

Better Call Saul meets Breaking Bad: A crossover wishlist

Better Call Saul is dropping weekly on Lightbox right now – and it's slowly catching up with the start of Breaking Bad. While we wait, here are four fanservicey ways the new show could tip its hat to the old one.

The community of ‘kick-ass babes’ bonding over their motorbikes

Alex Casey spoke to Alley Miller about finding the courage to get on a motorbike for the first time, and how this led her to her tribe.

Feminism in the family: Colleen Smith and Emma Espiner on breeding activism

In the fifth part of the new podcast series Venus Envy, Colleen Smith and Emma Espiner discuss raising feminists. 

All of free to air TV, all in one place: meet the new Freeview

Tara Ward takes the new Freeview platform for a test drive.

The feminist who roared: Donna Awatere Huata on her legacy

How will history remember Donna Awatere Huata? Saraid Cameron hopes it's for her feminism. 

We’ve come a long way, baby: Why Kiwi pinot just keeps getting better

With its fascinating regional diversity, New Zealand’s most popular red has evolved into a wine that’s making the world sit up and take notice.

New to Lightbox: It’s American women all over this month

A '70s housewife, an exhausted mother, and a law student moonlighting as a call girl: these are just a few of the people coming to Lightbox in August.

K Road feminism: Three hustlers fighting for their community with grit and grace

Damaris Coulter, Annah Pickering, and Nunu Davey on fighting for your community when no one else will

Give Up Your Dreams: Samuel Flynn Scott on The Phoenix Foundation’s 20th Anniversary

On longevity, listening to your old work and the band's four-date tour with the NZSO to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

Saving our bacon: How Freedom Farms champions consumer-led change

Choosing ethically produced meat and eggs at the supermarket is now a no-brainer for many of us, but not so long ago it wasn't even an option.