“Anything to do with our culture, I love seeing it.”
Despite big changes to Twitter lately, one facet has remained resolute - gay dudes posting nudes.
Strippers tell us how you can get the most out of a fun night at a club.
“The most hours I worked in a week would approximately be 47.”
“It appeals to the New Zealand DIY spirit."
"Matariki serves as a unifying force, bringing people from all walks of life together."
“[It] constantly reminds you of the fact that you might be an outsider and that you don't fit in."
Māori women can miss out on more $400K compared to Pākehā men over a 40-year working life.
“I started wearing the hijab because I felt proud showing that I was Muslim after 15th of March."
This local show is making sure queer characters take centre stage as complex, relatable heroes.
A friendly city is the step before a sister city.
But years of slut shaming kept me quiet.
"We are loud and we are proud to be Palestinian.”
In this opinion piece, student Jessica Licht says it’s time the Government to listen to teachers.
“I'm trying to do things now that are going to be helpful for our descendants in like 200 years"
“The thing that I don’t agree with is that Māori have to have a last name, that is wrong”.
It sounds freeing. But what would it actually take?
"If people do not use the Hawai’ian language, it will cease to exist."
“It kind of sucks here, but at least we’re not Gore.”
Part of the gym's funding was facing the axe as part of Auckland City Council budget cuts.
Faris shares what it's like being part of the world's southern-most Muslim community.
“This is a really groundbreaking listing for Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga.”
“Our hapori is fatigued by royal gossip and I feel like we deserve the option to opt-out."
“It’s a dance, it’s a song and it talks about who we are as Hawai’i”.
“I want to see the celebration and inclusion of black hair and its natural form."
See you later boys.
Chicken, cat flap doors, fish. You know, normal things to have with you on an Uber ride.
"Everyone wears the nicest clothes they have or they’ll buy new outfits or dress however they want."
Why you should never assume you know what drug you’re taking.
“More than any other time of day, our connection with God is a lot higher during that time.”