The first major poll on NZ’s media merger shows the public isn’t convinced, writes Tim Murphy.
Will Academy voters face reality, or seek refuge in the past? Darren Bevan sets the scene.
Mark Jennings studies TV3’s latest, and arguably bravest, roll of the dice.
Somehow a bunch of burly sailors turning up to work in lycra didn’t give the game away, reports Suzanne McFadden.
Comparisons to President Trump are unfair to former PM Muldoon, writes Michael Reddell.
Suzanne McFadden sees Team New Zealand showing a little leg before the public launch of their America’s Cup boat.
Jim Kayes runs an eye over the best of the British and Irish Lions’ likely tourists.
The third channel’s new breakfast show is here. Is it a force to be reckoned with? Mark Jennings surveys the scenery.
At Farewell Spit, Cheree Morrison and Jane Ussher saw nature at its most beautiful and most cruel.
Could our rockstar economy handle a remix by DJ Trump? Don’t tune him out, says Bernard Hickey.