Opinion: 'Both moved to do things their way, on their terms, and for their own gains.'
'Covid is perhaps not as front of mind, which in and of itself, is surely a good thing.'
Comment: A debate is meant to be argumentative, otherwise it's just monologues.
Comment: Nats say they are happy with the latest results, I can't see how they could be.
COMMENT: Gang tangi during level 2.5 is somehow exempt from rules restricting you and I.
Comment: 'There are those haters who just want you cancelled, no matter what.'
Comment: Lack of balance in the debate about legalising recreational cannabis.
Comment: Conflicting advice is eroding public confidence as confusion takes over.
Comment: Our 1pm briefings say one thing but the word from the front lines differs.
Comment: Postponement may give voters time to get over their anger at incompetence.
Comment: "You legalise something, you normalise it."
Comment: The big story isn't National or Labour - it's what's happening to minor parties.
Comment:Yes, we are among a fortunate few nations but where's the plan from here?
Comment: We can't keep pouring hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars into quarantine.
Comment: A place where people are scared to go to work is hardly a ringing endorsement.
Comment: Don't be fooled, Health Minister's resignation wasn't about accountability.
Comment: Leader Todd Muller under intense scrutiny as National reshuffle top ranks.
Comment: If these breaches occurred in the private sector, WorkSafe would prosecute.
Comment: Some tips from someone who works in a hotbed of criticism, outrage and trolling.
Comment: Arrogance and incompetence combine to undo all our hard work.
Comment: It's one thing for your ministry to blow it - it's another not to know about it.
Todd Muller coasts while David Seymour puts up a fight, writes Kate Hawkesby.
Comment: This is what happens when the "team of five million" starts having opinions.
Comment: Paul Goldsmith's advice to PM Jacinda Ardern is a harmless bit of needling.
COMMENT: The messaging here is out of whack. We are still too governed by fear
Comment: New National Party leader will have to overcome a fairytale of handouts to win.
COMMENT: Simon Bridges doesn't wash with voters and that's for National to sort out.
COMMENT: Time for a little normality again, writes Kate Hawkesby.
What happens when lockdown lifts and shop doors reopen? asks Kate Hawkesby.
COMMENT: We're doing so well, we have to keep up the vigilance.
Comment: Some dickheads seem to think a level 4 lockdown is a holiday, and a joke.
"I do wonder if we all just need to ... in the words of Taylor Swift ... calm down."
Comment: When are we going to learn that 'getting alongside' gangs achieves nothing?
COMMENT: I'm not apologising for having an opinion.
Comment: Government miraculously dials back plans to move Concert FM to an AM frequency.
Comment: The attendant stopped and looked over to me, 'Okay then,' she said, 'I'll wait.'
Comments: Once we start banning topics in the workplace, where do we draw the line?
Comment: Injuries from e-scooter accidents pass the $5m mark and still no action.
Comment: 'As I threw to an ad break that the bike's been put away for now... boom.'
Comment: When babies are hungry, they do not care where they are fed. Neither should we.
Comment: Finding a place to live is a 'crap shoot' where landlords call the shots.
COMMENT: A much-loved family pet is more than welcome on the bed.
Comment: Fiasco of memorial being plonked in a cherished park goes all the way to the top.
COMMENT: Imagine the honour of using an airplane bathroom straight after the future King.
COMMENT: National can't afford to shed any more women.
COMMENT: I'm affronted by idiots who use fireworks like weapons.