Raybon Kan is an award-winning stand-up comedian
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Dancing in dairy aisles at immigrant success story
Fonterra CEO's $8m pay met with calcium-rich smiles across NZ.
Raybon Kan: Houston we have a visitor and other news
COMMENT: This week has been a highlight reel from the Book of Revelation.
Raybon Kan: Let Trump rule - but only in the land of nod
Some politicians would do the world a favour by sleeping more, writes Raybon Kan.
Note to Govt: Don't hire till they're past puberty
COMMENT: This is what happens when we allow toddlers to enter politics, writes Raybon Kan.
Raybon Kan: Kiwi driving etiquette a culture crash for visitors
COMMENT: As if driving on the wrong side of the road isn't confusing enough, what's really confusing is sitting in the wrong side of the car, writes Raybon Kan.
Raybon Kan: Why not throw another spliff on the barbie
COMMENT: How backwards does that make us, to lag behind America in drug policy? Writes Raybon Kan.
Raybon Kan: Now only road tolls can save us from ourselves
Often, driving in Auckland, I feel like I'm in a failed state. Have warlords taken over?
Raybon Kan: Hillary's arrival a US-style Wags-to-riches narrative
She's making history - but not in the way Helen Clark has had to.
Raybon Kan: Here's one way to free up state housing
"Budgets are not just an accounting exercise," said Bill English, as he delivered the accounting exercise known as a surplus.
Raybon Kan: Car-sleepers camping at the bit for Key's help
Housing crisis, what housing crisis? It depends on what you mean by crisis, says the Government. And of course, what you mean by housing.
Raybon Kan: Bravo TV - numbing us all to the world's problems
COMMENT: When MediaWorks chief executive Mark Weldon resigned, the tribute flowed in. That's not a typo, writes Raybon Kan.
Raybon Kan: Will housing correction be Key's lasting legacy?
COMMENT: People without residency shouldn't be allowed to own NZ real estate. Land is the fundamental ingredient of a country, writes Raybon Kan.
Raybon Kan: NZ should use voice for more than sucking up
Certainly you won't hear a peep out of our Prime Minister - he's in Beijing to make a deal.