PAT PILCHER avoids terrorising the family pets, as he tests out the Dyson V10 Cyclone vacuum and discovers that while vacuuming ain’t fun, it can be easy.
As TV Three warns it might pull out of television locally, PAT PILCHER takes a look at the NZ media-scape, how it got in its current state and what might lie ahead.
PAT PILCHER takes Garmin’s latest fitness watch for a run and discovers there’s plenty to be enthused about – though it still can’t do the exercise for you.
ALASDAIR THOMPSON looks at the plight of Kiwis on low, fixed incomes and asks what’s to be done?
Good camera, decent specs, budget-friendly price tag… Oppo’s R15 Pro wins PAT PILCHER over.
After initially cancelling their tour after being banned from speaking at Auckland Council-owned venues, white supremacists Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux are once again planning to speak in NZ, much to PAT PILCHER’s disgust.
Three legendary artists reviewed, a double album, a triple album and a seven-disc box set of rare gems.
PAT PILCHER takes Huawei’s budget-friendly Nova 3e for a test run and discovers a smartphone that easily outperforms its price point.
Tired of lugging hernia-inducing laptop equipment with him, PAT PILCHER turned to Samsung’s DeX Pad to lighten the load.
Back in the early 1980s Alms For Children turned into This Sporting Life and then disappeared before many even knew about them. Now, at last, there’s a compilation to memorialise them, writes GARY STEEL
To tax or not to tax, that is the question. ALASDAIR THOMPSON asks whether a tax on soft drinks will help curb obesity in NZ, or simply raise the government’s tax take.
In which that old sourpuss GARY STEEL bends his tattered ears in the direction of his Dad-rock wind-up gramophone to assess a selection of the latest sounds.