Kiwi tech’s big China hope
Richard MacManus takes a deeper look at the opportunities in China for NZ technology companies.
Golfers rise up, let themselves down
If horse racing is the sport of kings, golf is the pastime of their illegitimate children.
Unravelling National’s hunt for relevance
Peter Dunne analyses how National might handle soon-to-be-PM Winston Peters.
Hat-switching a worrying sign
Labour hated John Key’s hat-switching to duck responsibility, but now they’re in Government they’re enjoying sartorial flexibility, writes Sam Sachdeva.
Maori men - in Parliament and prison
How many more Māori men in jail and in Parliament do we have to have before our prison population changes?
Stand by for the ghost of Muldoon
Yesterdaze: James Elliott on a week of honours, dishonour, apologies and the birth of a Brixit for the National Party
A little transparency goes a long way
The Government has promised “an action plan and ethical framework” for AI in this country. Wouldn’t it be great if tech firms did the same?
Apology on behalf of the National Party
James Elliott misses Paddy Gower and messes with this week’s polls, meth myth, Nimbyism and North Shore secession so that you don’t have to.