Moana Maniapoto has been announced as this year’s inductee into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame. She talks about her success abroad and the struggle
A real housewife? Get real. But Gilda Kirkpatrick is nobody’s fool, bloody good fun and not even that scary.
The sweary, rude, fabulous tornado that is Anika Moa tells it like it is.
The astonishing rise of the Republican Party’s standard-bearer has so many aspects that should worry students of history.
The little-known story of a charismatic Irish-Maori politician’s visit to the Somme in 1916
By Lydia Monin
Sir James Carroll was invited to visit the battle zones of France, but the controversy didn’t start until his trip to Ireland.
Bring on the wine and pretzels as we prepare for the final US presidential debate – and Halloween
By Joanne Black
Joanne Black finds herself, along with the rest of the world, unable to tear herself away from the harrowing theatrics of the United States' presidential
The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories From My Life by John le Carré - book review
By Chris Moore
John le Carré takes you into his confidence and leaves you ready to give up your own secrets.
The Story of the Hauraki Gulf: Discovery, Transformation, Restoration - book review
A book that charts the history of Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf is a good read as well as a great reference tome.