It’s time once again to feel betrayed by your fellow countrymen and women. It’s time for GARY STEEL to plunge into an election depression.
TOBY WOOLASTON views a film all about the homeless population of Istanbul. The homeless cat population, that is.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE grew up in a farming community in the Waikato and knows a thing or two about water pollution.
Is it a jet plane? Is it an ruptured oil pipeline? No, it’s PAT PILCHER venting about another avoidable Auckland-centric crisis.
Our smart phone man on the ground, PAT PILCHER, takes a look at the keenly anticipated iPhone X.
JOHN HANLON is one of New Zealand’s greatest legacy pop artists. He’s also a man with always interesting, thought-provoking views on life, the universe, everything. In this piece, he discusses our attitude to Asians and immigrants.
Simon Brown designs award-winning, New Zealand-made tonearms for record players. DR RICHARD VAREY is very taken with his latest.
Do you need a VPN to stay safe online? PAT PILCHER takes a look at Norton’s variant on the theme.
It’s safe to come out now, Samsung’s new Note 8 doesn’t catch fire or explode. In fact, PAT PILCHER gives this large-screened beaut one of his highest ratings.
It’s yet another iteration of The Tick, complete with classic ’60s television sensibilities, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul (Jessie Pinkman) stars in a series all about belief and its power for both good and bad, explains ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Sci-fi freak PAT PILCHER farewells one of his favourite authors.