The repetition of Anzac half-truths
For more than a century, Anzac Day elevates folklore and fiction over fact, writes James Robins.
Cat problem can only be solved by owners
The key to managing the impact of domestic cats on NZ wildlife is to get their owners and vets on board, says associate professor Wayne Linklater.
An Easter to reflect on our fragile home
Rod Oram writes of becoming an environmentalist out of love and pain.
John Campbell’s roving days over
The move of TVNZ’s high-paid star John Campbell to an off-peak and studio-bound role hosting Breakfast is baffling, Mark Jennings writes.
Leadership questions from the CGT wreckage
The CGT debacle has raised questions over Jacinda Ardern’s ability to lead, writes Thomas Coughlan.
Jacinda Ardern just did a John Key
Ardern just capitulated to the gold card generation. There’ll be a reckoning when generation rent outvote the baby boomers.
Beware corporate welfare in disguise
The Government should remember 18th Century Britain as it considers the TWG report.
Bridges looks for small mercies as slide continues
The latest poll could have been worse for the National leader - but it’s hard to shake the sense he is in a nosedive.