Artists tell us how being young, queer and Asian influences their work

“These things inform my work but they don't define it.”

In photos: Touring 3 Wellington flats

We asked three flat groups how much their rent is and how they feel about flatting.

Why AI facial recognition has a discrimination problem

“It’s only as clever as the engineers and the people who put data into it.”

Indigenous Kanak call on Māori for help: ‘We are the same people’

“Kanak people need their voice heard by the world.”

How the proposed sick leave changes could impact you

The Government is proposing changes to the Holidays Act.

The ins and outs of sex etiquette in a flat

It can be a sticky situation.

The climate crisis is happening right now in Timor-Leste. I saw it

"It was heartbreaking to see her give up on her dreams.”

How non-Māori learning te reo helps revitalise it

“I am opposed to the idea that only Māori should be part of the revitalisation.”

Toitū te Tiriti: People tell us why they're protesting today

“Whawhai tonu, mana motuhake tātou te iwi Māori.”

In THIS economy? How young business owners are currently holding up

A business association spokesperson explains what it’s like for young entrepreneurs right now.

‘Don’t limit what you think Africa is’: Africa Day in Tāmaki Makaurau

Silo Park was lit up with vibrant energy on Saturday for this year’s Africa Day.

Why I wore cultural clothing to graduation

“My outfit means representing my family at graduation and showing where I am from.”

A friendship forged in flood waters

“I used to stay quiet when the conversation turned to climate change."

Not every Māori cloak is a korowai: Māori cloaks explained

“Kākahu Māori are a beautiful visual expression of Māori identity.”

Dental dams make oral sex safer. Why don’t we use them more?

If you’ve never heard of dental dams before, you’re not the only one.

What unions are and what they do

A union expert breaks down the basics of unions.

Should tikanga Māori be taught in law schools?

"It's important law reflects the society it governs."

The Foreshore and Seabed hīkoi, 20 years on

A new doco shares the story of what happened in 2004.

Expectation vs. reality: International students on moving to NZ

International students think NZ is ‘safe, approachable, slow and free’

‘Horrific stats’: Rangatahi rally for mental health at Parliament

Advocacy group Mental Health Matters Initiative presented the Government with nine calls to action.

Why we need more Māori doctors

"Quite often patients will tell me that I’m the first Māori doctor they’ve ever met."

Science has worked out why women are freezing at work

Spoiler it’s because of the patriarchy.

'Peeing hot shards of glass': Struggle to treat chronic UTIs

“Controversy and misinformation means patients are mistreated and suffer.”

Three Strikes makes its return: The controversial law explained

The Government is reviving the Three Strikes legislation Labour scrapped two years ago.

Kumon: The education programme some students call ‘traumatising’

Migrant New Zealanders reflect on the education programme they did as kids.

Why NZ needs more Māori and Pasifika blood donations

"To give someone the ultimate koha and keep his memory alive is the greatest tribute."

Auckland uni students say they’ll stop paying rent after 8% hike

“The rent strike is a last resort method to stand up to them.”

Changes to gender and sexuality education: What’s in the guidelines?

What changes does the coalition government have in mind?

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