Timoti Te Moke graduates from Otago Medical School this week, having endured beatings, facing a manslaughter charge, and fighting against discrimination.
If cost of living increases are hurting Auckland and Wellington, they can take some perverse consolation that other global cities are feeling the pain worse
Bard Billot on the Duke of Hazard
A prominent declaration on farming and food kicks off the UN climate summit, and could have implications for farmers and politicians here, writes Rod Oram
By Kirsty Johnston: The murder of Harvey and Jeannette Crewe in their Pukekawa farmhouse in 1970 remains New Zealand’s most infamous cold case.
Comment: There is no need for the Act Party’s ‘principles’, because there are not two treaties. There is only one – Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Ruby Nathan is just 18, has played at two FIFA age group World Cups, and is now in the senior side to play Colombia
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Comment: The coalition agreements contain many actions on the environment – most regressive and some that could take NZ back decades, writes environmentalist Gary Taylor
Act and National have committed to examine the Māori and Pacific Admission Scheme at Auckland University. Even ‘reviewing’ the programme is hurtful and upsetting.
Governments govern and oppositions oppose, in the same way they did under First Past the Post
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Newsroom podcasts, including the successful first season of The Boy in the Water, take out multiple top spots in the Apple Podcasts charts for 2023
Will the incoming government favour Pākehā Baby Boomers in its policies or will it look to the growing future generations of Māori and Pasifika?
Aaron Smale continues a series on Māori demographics, showing how New Zealand’s history has been shaped by significant changes in the population
Adam Julian catches up with Jorja Miller who recently signed the longest professional contract in New Zealand women’s rugby history.
A campaign to correct online gender bias and change the way the world sees the feats of sportswomen is scooping awards and fixing the internet.