When ACT’s Brooke van Velden won the Auckland seat of Tāmaki at the election, it was a triumph of shrewd campaigning. But it was also a failure for Christian conservatism in mainstream politics. Read moreAudio
Agriculture contributes more to global warming than any other industry in Aotearoa. Yet attempts to rein in the sector’s emissions have repeatedly fallen short. Kirsty Johnston investigates how a… Read more
Agriculture contributes more to global warning than any other industry in Aotearoa. Yet attempts to rein in the sector’s emissions have fallen short once more. In Depth reporter Kirsty Johnston… Read more
Agriculture is warming the earth faster than any other industry in Aotearoa. Yet attempts to rein in thesector’s emissions have fallen short once more. In a three part Kirsty Johnston investigates… Read more
For people who leave or are kicked out of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, a process of ‘shunning’ follows. Followers of the faith are not allowed to associate with anyone who has left, even close family… Read more
Jacinda Ardern left office as the most internationally renowned New Zealand political leader in a generation.
She was admired for her unique leadership style.
She wielded power with unmatched… Read more
The All Blacks play against the Springboks today - marking the 100th test match between them. It’s also 40 years since the South African team toured the nation, which sparked major protests. Stacey… Read more
In about two-and-a-half minutes, a terrorist injured seven people in a suburban supermarket before police shot and killed him. Veronica Schmidt reports on the fast-moving events of Friday, 3… Read more
In a new podcast series, Guyon Espiner and John Daniell investigate China's influence in New Zealand, and ask if we can continue to walk the thin red line between what some see as an evil empire, but… Read more