In celebration of John Oliver putting us back on the map, we're revisiting all the times he's roasted, ragged, ribbed or razzed the country.Read more
Winston Peters’ contrariness and belligerence in the media feed the impression of a self-indulgent, China-baiting tear.Read more
A Government-initiated working group suggested putting a speed limit of 130km/h on motorways to lower emissions and make roads safer. Big mistake.Read more
John C Reilly and Steve Coogan are lifelong devotees to comic duo Laurel and Hardy – and it shows.Read more
With his second book about Sam Hunt proving a hit, Colin Hogg ponders why so much of his writing career has been inspired by his mates.Read more
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