Home and away: How the Warriors made long-distance work

For the last two seasons Covid-19 has trapped the Vodafone Warriors in Australia. The team has embraced technology to keep in touch with their fans, families and workmates. 

Eyes on youth: The up-and-comers you need to know about

Like Dua Lipa, Halsey, and Benee before them, these four New Zealand acts are 'ones to watch'.

The Fold: The wildfire that was 2020 for New Zealand media, reviewed

The pandemic put unbearable pressure on New Zealand’s media, but also saw it gain larger and more engaged audiences than ever before.

How Covid-19 turbocharged technology

In just eight weeks, consumer and business digital adoption jumped forward five years.

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The Fold: Turning words into action, with Laura O’Connell Rapira

The outgoing director of grassroots community campaigning organisation ActionStation joins Duncan Greive to talk about a busy few years in the job.

Humour over rumour: How South Auckland is pushing back against 5G conspiracy theories

A new series of videos uses comedy to debunk misinformation that's proved to be particularly visible in South Auckland.

The Fold: The boss of all rugby, with Mark Robinson

NZ Rugby is in a fascinating situation at the moment, with some big calls to be made over the coming years. This episode, the man in charge of making them talks to Duncan Greive.

The Fold: Media, money and the government, with Bernard Hickey

Journalist Bernard Hickey on the challenges faced by New Zealand media and why he’s launched a new subscription-only daily email.

Covid-19 has changed New Zealand forever. The experts explain how: part two

Some of the smartest people in the country examine the effects of the pandemic on Aotearoa’s future in 400 words or fewer.

Covid-19 has changed New Zealand forever. The experts explain how

Some of the smartest people in the country examine the effects of the pandemic on Aotearoa’s future, in 400 words or fewer.

The future of work is flexible

Covid-19 taught businesses that one workplace doesn't fit all employees.

Te whakamana i Te Tiriti: Ngā akoranga ki te ao pakihi i te ao Māori

'Kei hea tātou? Kei Aotearoa tātou, me te aha, he haepapa tō ngā whakahaere e mahi nei i Aotearoa kia tika, kia pono, kia toitū hoki te mahi tahi ki te Māori, i tōna mana hei tangata whenua.'

Honouring Te Tiriti: What businesses are learning from te ao Māori

Engaging with Te Tiriti o Waitangi isn't mandated in the private sector like it is in the public sector. But businesses are discovering the wealth of knowledge to be found through meaningful engagement with Māori.

Disconnected under lockdown: What digital inequality looks like in a pandemic

Jean Teng talks to the organisations that kept vulnerable communities connected during alert level four.

Do you know how the internet works?

In the 90s, the so-called information superhighway was more of a dirt road. Now it's a multi-lane motorway.

The gig economy: Why ‘support local’ means music too

Thanks to technology, the connection between music makers and audiences held strong over lockdown and now, they’re more in sync than ever.