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Parliament occupation ringleader declares next 'mission': Marsden Point
Some of the those involved in the protest are seizing on the closure as their next focus.
Inaction on NZ 'Nuremberg' site sparks calls for overhaul of system
The site doesn't meet the 'very high threshold' for provisional suspension.
How the March 15 terror attacks 'sparked a wave of hatred' in Australia
OPNION: But how about New Zealand? What does it say about the online-offline interplay?
'The worry is being completely overwhelmed': NZ regions brace for a Covid summer
Toby Manhire asks the experts about the risks facing regional health systems.
Health watchdog demands 'urgent attention' after home isolation deaths
It comes after three deaths of Covid-positive people who were isolating at home.
The week the Govt's world-beating Covid response lost its way
OPINION: Jacinda Ardern's exceptional communication skills have left the building.
Facebook livestreams of PM's 1pm update swarmed by anti-vax misinformation
The benefits of reaching the wider audience outweigh the risk of damage, Ardern says.
New Zealand urgently needs a serious opposition leader
OPINION: Judith Collins' bizarre behaviour is not that of a leader in waiting.
Breaking: There is one new case of a disgraced politician in New Zealand
Hopes of curbing community transmission of political disgrace in New Zealand are fading.
Ardern: 'I'm not going to leave any room for doubt that I can do this'
The Prime Minister talks to Spinoff editor Toby Manhire about a year of big life changes.
Toby Manhire: Hey mate, this Manus thing's got to stop
This is what Jacinda Ardern should say to the Aussie PM, writes Toby Manhire.
Toby Manhire: Foreign relations loom large for coalition
Comment: NZ's international role as a source of trivia could change.
A journey through bad Australian takes on our election
COMMENT: Toby Manhire reads them so you don't have to.
Manhire: Euphoric Ardern deserves to bask in the moment
With a slim majority, the new government can expect to face one hell of a opposition.
Critical moments: How small parties made big mistakes
Smaller parties squeezed out, but they did produce their own dramas.
Toby Manhire: Arden up! Strategies for Jacinda effect
COMMENT: Parties reach for their panic buttons as the election campaign bursts into life.
Manhire: Lessons from UK election for our politicians
Labour leader Corbyn's dramatic rise thanks to simple message - and robotic rival.
Toby Manhire: Media shivering in Facebook's shadow
COMMENT: Common driver in sector's gloomy headlines is growing dominance of internet and those who stand astride it, writes Toby Manhire.
Toby Manhire: Trump's reign going admirably, full stop
COMMENT: Ignoring hiccups which fit easily into one sentence the President's first 20 days haven't been too bad really, writes Toby Manhire.