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Critics of public funding for the arts during the Covid crisis have alighted in recent weeks on a grant for a novel about alpaca breeders. Its writer responds.

Because every week is Māori language week.

A major investigation shows the damage Facebook is doing around the world – and how enormous the problem of what to do about it has become.


John Key has only made rare media appearances since leaving office. But today he’s published a number of commentaries across the media. We rank them.

Bringing you the latest on the Covid-19 delta crisis – and more.

Bringing you the latest on the Covid-19 delta crisis – and more.


Bringing you the latest on the Covid-19 delta crisis – and more.

The benefits of reaching the wider audience outweigh the risk of damage, says Ardern.

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If your kids are at school, these are great lunchbox fillers. If you're in Auckland and they're not, we suggest keeping them all for yourself.

Why we’re so obsessed with coffees, chips and curries at level three.


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Which is the best value? Which has the lowest waste? And which is telling the biggest lie about cooking times?

Grant Dalton is adamant the next America's Cup won't be raced in New Zealand. Just one problem: he doesn’t yet have anywhere else to go.

More government contracts for Māori and Pasifika = benefits for everyone.

Renters can have their cake and eat it too, apparently.


Offshore touts are trying to flog off expensive tickets to concerts all over NZ. And sometimes those tickets may not even exist.

It may claim to have changed its ways, but the global fashion industry continues to exploit both workers and the environment.

Nobody does RuPaul’s Drag Race like the British.

It’s like lockdown, but instead of making a stupid little sourdough starter, there’s the threat of nuclear war.  

Because where else are you going to hear an all-women Muslim punk band sing 'Voldemort Under My Headscarf'?


Back in the Coc-kroft days, it was running around on a beach. Now, it’s towers, mazes, blindfolds and giant slingshots.

It’s a shocking week in paradise, as our favourite celebrities continue to battle it out to raise money for charity.

Those who have a baby via surrogacy should not have to prove their worthiness as parents.

From refereeing shots at the rubbish bin to instructing from Mum's lounge.


When the lockdown became more than a health crisis for many South Auckland families, it was their local, Pacific-led social services that stepped up to help.

Explore the graphs showing data by DHB, ethnicity and age to see where the gaps can hurt us.

A gnawing, scuttling chapter of Aotearoa's natural history.

This is what happens when a natural storyteller writes a memoir.

Writers don't ask for much, but we do need a fairer system.


A new poem from Christchurch poet Erik Kennedy.

'Living with the virus' effectively means some people dying with it. We know who many of them would be.

When our predominantly English legal system uses te teo terms like mana, care must be taken not to twist the concepts that term represents.

When Ngāti Porou and Te Whānau-a-Apanui drew the line at their borders to protect the people within they weren’t just fighting to keep Covid out – they were battling bureaucracy, racism and hunger too.


I mua kē a Ngāti Porou me Te Whānau-a-Apanui e ārahi ana i te tīmatanga o te mate urutā i tā rātou aukati i te huarahi whakaroto ki ō rātou rohe hei tiaki i te hunga o roto.

Lorde's te reo Māori mini-album has has prompted passionate conversation in Māori communities and exposed complex feelings among those without their language.

There aren't many reasons. But they're important. We sort the rumour from the fact.

DIY Covid-19 tests are all the rage overseas but how do they work and are they any good?

Better ventilation in classrooms has all kinds of benefits for kids – but the responsibility shouldn't fall on already overburdened teachers.


Training cows to urinate in a certain spot could make a big difference to the fight against climate change and the amount of nitrogen in our waterways.

The big challenge: finding the 'breathprint'.

Thanks to some existing law, New Zealand media organisations remain generally safe from liability for comments posted under their content on Facebook.

What this week's shock high court ruling means for media on both sides of the Tasman

We've overcome the long odds that greeted us when we first flicked the switch, and become a small but singular part of the media in Aotearoa.


Next week we launch a new investigative project on The Spinoff, untangling the knotty intersection between real life and the internet. 

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Many of us are acutely aware of the things we’re missing out on during lockdown. Here's how they add up over a two week period.

Bringing you the latest on the Covid-19 delta crisis – and more.

They're seen as a chance to lock in a price before the property market rises even further, but many first-home buyers are being stung by unforeseen costs.


Pākehā men still pay off their student loans fastest, but the gap is closing.

So many items, and all of them essential! We whittle down the top 10 buys to ride out this lockdown.

'Shout out the Corona. All my boys remember the Corona, yeah.'

No one can go to a big gig right now, but a 2020 concert by The Beths has become the lockdown movie experience the country needs. How'd that happen?

Producer Haz Beats tells us about his first gig, taking a goat to the Aotearoa Music Awards and more on this week’s episode of FIRST.


Earth Tongue tell us about axolotl experiences, the horror of Matilda, a cigarette-smoking ghost and more in this week’s episode of FIRST.

Acclaimed New Zealand hip-hop artist Louie Knuxx died of a heart attack in Melbourne on August 13.

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Collins says he has been reflecting on his future in politics after a bomb threat was made against him and his family in response to comments about Police Ten 7.

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Inside the most tumultuous week in trans-Tasman rugby history.


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Maggie Marilyn designer and founder Maggie Hewitt tells Simon Pound about her mission to create a climate-friendly and accessible clothing brand. 

Podcast | Simon Pound talks to Samantha Gadd about how HR is changing, and why she's starting the Employee Experience Design School.

I Ōrākei Marae, e whakaako ana ngā kaiako o Te Kaa i ētahi rōpū nō ētahi kamupene huri noa i Aotearoa me pēhea e whai māramatanga ai, e whai hononga anō ai ki te ahurea Māori i runga hoki i te ngākau pai.

At Ōrākei Marae, Māori cultural competency kaiako from Te Kaa are teaching rōpū from companies across Aotearoa how to positively identify with Māori culture.

Through film and television, Māori storytellers are sharing their tales further than ever.


Music 101 host Charlotte Ryan on where she goes to find peace and how to create the perfect radio show. 

International students bring their knowledge, culture and diversity with them to New Zealand, and then out into the world when they return home.

What happens when you put 21 celebrities on a local beach and sort them into teams based on their careers? A dream mix of absurdity, ego and nostalgia. 

There is still beauty in the world, insists Jordan Margetts – but Rooney seems unable to see it.

The documentary about the mosque shootings served as a reminder of the incredible strength of those left behind.


The latest entry in the Kidman-Kelley-Moriarty canon is their weakest one yet.

The plot and performances are compelling, but the TVNZ mystery series never quite matches up to its spectacular setting.

The more we dehumanise others, see them as anonymous or two-dimensional caricatures, the more they become targets of our own unexamined frustrations.

I know from personal experience the anxiety, the nausea, the uncertainty that can surround decisions at such sensitive times. But the science is clear.

An open letter signed by more than 60 organisations and individuals calls on the government to urgently increase its efforts.


When do incentives turn into coercion, and does containing the threat of Covid justify it?

Our council faces crisis. Wellingtonians deserve better. What they don't need is corporate spin.

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