Taken by the state
A Family Court practice described as “barbaric” allows police to take kids from their parents without warning.
Film industry workers fear the neglect of their studios means the site has been earmarked for apartments.
God’s Own Country may have moments of Brokeback Mountain to draw comparison to, but it’s a great deal more emotional.
The Trip to Spain just about manages to stay on the right side of not being irritating.
Three NZ artists, with dazzling variety, are resisting the modern age’s urge to commodify the human experience.
Playwright Victor Rodger discusses the representation of Samoan actors and characters and his desire to resist the norm.
Underwater footage of an NZ-led marine expedition includes some rare behaviour - an octopus punching a fish.
The Labour Party is renewing calls for a review of the Family Court system after a Newsroom investigation into child uplifts.
Auckland Museum’s Head of Natural Sciences Dr Tom Trnski talks to Mark Jennings about a new expedition to document undiscovered marine plant and animal species.
The Auckland Street Choir has brought some of the city’s homeless together in vibrant harmony.
The Big Sick is a charming, genre-best example of a modern romantic comedy.
Soon there won’t be room for content providers who don’t grasp how viewers want to watch their telly.
The hits keep coming as Darren Bevan shares more of the best from NZ’s top film festival.
NZ’s kura Māori are on international display this week in Toronto.
The story of Helen Clark’s run for the top job at the UN is also a call for change within the organisation.
There’s an aspect of Edgar Wright’s new heist flick, Baby Driver, that deserves to have the greatest noise made about it.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again for people who enjoy cinema’s real gems.
Spider-Man: Homecoming seizes on Peter Parker’s sense of fun, but not without dropping the ball a few times.