Lady Bird not just for the hipsters
That Lady Bird is such a delight is a testament to Greta Gerwig’s sudden spurt of maturity, writes Darren Bevan.
Hobson Wealth’s Mark Fowler speaks to Mark Jennings about Fletcher Building’s funding issues, predicting the share market will be more volatile this year.
Damian Christie speaks to Newsroom’s Eloise Gibson about how taking a YouTube star to Antarctica helped him win $100,000 for science.
National MP Chris Penk explains how following the stars can keeping you from being all at sea.
A key aspect of young men’s experiences of suicide bereavement is ubiquitous silence, new Victoria University research shows.
Ridley Scott’s controversial film ‘All the Money in the World’ is both sickly compelling and stultefyingly long.
The Commuter is possibly best shown either on TV or on a flight on a plane where coherence isn’t fully embraced, writes Darren Bevan
Labour MP Jamie Strange shows off some eyeshadow as he discusses his rocking past.
It’s hard to know where the truth lies in the deeply conflicting ‘I, Tonya’, writes Darren Bevan.
National MP Simon Bridges shows how he keeps his colleagues marching to the same beat.
How you feel about whimsy will largely dictate your feelings on ‘The Shape of Water’, writes Darren Bevan.
Green MP Golriz Ghahraman explains how knitting makes her feel more human.
Labour MP Paul Eagle paints the town red in more ways than one.
National MP Anne Tolley shares her secret to standing out when it comes to fashion.
There’s never been a more pertinent time to present a film that discusses media censorship, writes Darren Bevan.
Taking the simple things and doing them well is very much to the credit of this CGI film, with its raft of cameos and mix of heart and laughs.
In this interview with Newsroom’s Mark Jennings, the head CMC Markets in New Zealand, Chris Smith, looks back at 2017.
Suburban New Zealanders are joining the crusade to rid the country of destructive predators by 2050.