Melodie Robinson makes the case for greater support for women's rugby, and says mothers are the code's most important fanbase.
Scotty Stevenson and a panel of rugby insiders look to the future of the sport, and ask what can be done to make that future more secure.
In the first of a wide-ranging three-part series looking at the state of rugby in New Zealand, Scotty Stevenson asks where the sport is at, where is it going and how will we get there
For the past week, we’ve been showcasing our picks from the 48Hours Lockdown. Today, we’ve got the awards special AND the winners to show you.
The Spinoff is showcasing seven films from the 48-hour film competition. We're sharing one a day in the lead up to the one-hour awards special, airing on TVNZ2. Third up, It Was Sol from team Piwaiwaka.
The Spinoff is showcasing seven films from the 48hour lockdown competition. We're sharing one a day in the lead up to the one-hour awards special, airing on TVNZ2. First up is A Necessary Death from team Bubblemates.
The American president suggested injecting or inhaling disinfectant could cure people of Covid-19. Dr Wiles says absolutely not, Mr Trump.
Young-gun hip-hop duo Church & AP came out blazing on all cylinders with their debut album last year. In the new series Final Mix, Yadana Saw picks them up for a trip to Krispy Kreme and a listen to their latest single.
In a classic case of better late than never, pioneering Māori tennis player Ruia Morrison was honoured at the 2020 ASB Classic in Auckland.
From tennis champions to dance craze inventors, Scratched celebrates New Zealand sporting heroes who never got their due – but whose legacies deserve to be in lights.
The buffet offers up a grand opportunity to stuff one's face, but what is the best way to optimise your buffet-going experience and eat all the glorious things?
Catch up on Scratched, the Spinoff's video series celebrating New Zealand sporting heroes who never got their due – but whose legacies deserve to be in lights.
The Spinoff produced four web series in 2019. Here is the cream of the crop, from a table tennis legend to on-air Brazilian wax (sorry Alex).
Based on the podcast of the same name, Alex Casey, Michele A’Court and Leonie Hayden set out to jelly wrestle with every issue under the sun.
With the fast fashion industry playing a huge role in both the climate crisis and global gender inequality, Alex Casey goes on the hunt for a solution.