Alice Snedden’s Bad News: Why are we still so scared of breasts?

Summer reissue: Alice Snedden goes on a quest to expose some of the many double standards around nudity.

Alice Snedden’s Bad News: How come churches don’t have to pay any tax?

Summer reissue: In the fourth episode of Alice Snedden's Bad News, Alice makes some inquiries upstairs about the charitable status of churches after finding out the makers of Weet-Bix have an exemption from paying tax.

Here for the right reasons: Two Bachelor US fans chew over the new season

Even as a pandemic rages, love (and reality TV) finds a way.

Part teen comedy-drama, part education, The Eggplant is a quintessentially Kiwi watch

It’s an emoji, it’s a vegetable, and now it’s a government-funded comedy-drama that aims to educate young people about digital safety.

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Alice Snedden’s Bad News: How do we fix the racial bias in our healthcare system?

Summer reissue: The health system has always been a five-star experience for Alice Snedden, but not all New Zealanders can say the same.

Alice Snedden’s Bad News went to a ‘gender critical’ feminist event at parliament, and it didn’t end well

Summer reissue: In the second episode of Alice Snedden's Bad News, Alice travels to Wellington to try and talk with a group of "gender critical" feminists – but things don't go quite as planned.

Alice Snedden’s Bad News: Why is sex work still only legal for some?

Summer reissue: The first episode of Alice Snedden's Bad News asked why migrant sex workers aren’t legally allowed to operate in New Zealand.

The Bachelorette NZ Power Rankings: The final decision is made

Alex Casey delivers her last power rankings for The Bachelorette NZ, where Lily and Lesina make their final decisions.

17 years later, Claire’s death on McLeod’s Daughters will still make you cry

Claire from McLeod’s Daughters died in 2003 and Tara Ward is still not over it.

What’s new to Netflix NZ, Neon and other streaming services in January

Everything that’s coming to streaming services this month, including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Apple TV+, Neon and TVNZ OnDemand.

Your hate only makes Gwyneth Paltrow stronger

She's an Oscar-winning actress, a widely hated celebrity and founder of one of the most successful wellness brands in the world. And all your jade egg jokes make no difference at all.

Lucy Lawless as Stevie Nicks is New Zealand’s forgotten comedy masterpiece

Twenty-two years ago, Lucy Lawless wasn't just playing Xena, she was part of one of SNL's greatest ever sketches. Sam Brooks pays tribute to Stevie Nicks Fajita Round-Up.

A definitive list of every ridiculous thing that happened on Sex and the City

Definitive list maven Sam Brooks tackles 90s classic Sex and the City. It does not go well.

The Kiwi bloke who ended up a reality TV star in South Korea

How does a dude from Wellington end up as one of South Korea’s most beloved TV personalities?

The films of Studio Ghibli and when to show them to your kids

A lifelong Studio Ghibli fan guides you through what films to introduce your kids and when.

Review: Netflix’s Bridgerton brings us Shonda Rhimes greatness when we need it most

What do you get when you mix Downton Abbey with Gossip Girl? A bloody good time, that’s what.