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OPINION: Jacinda Ardern's exceptional communication skills have left the building.
The benefits of reaching the wider audience outweigh the risk of damage, Ardern says.
OPINION: Judith Collins' bizarre behaviour is not that of a leader in waiting.
Hopes of curbing community transmission of political disgrace in New Zealand are fading.
The Prime Minister talks to Spinoff editor Toby Manhire about a year of big life changes.
This is what Jacinda Ardern should say to the Aussie PM, writes Toby Manhire.
Comment: NZ's international role as a source of trivia could change.
COMMENT: Toby Manhire reads them so you don't have to.
With a slim majority, the new government can expect to face one hell of a opposition.
Smaller parties squeezed out, but they did produce their own dramas.
COMMENT: Parties reach for their panic buttons as the election campaign bursts into life.
Labour leader Corbyn's dramatic rise thanks to simple message - and robotic rival.
COMMENT: Common driver in sector's gloomy headlines is growing dominance of internet and those who stand astride it, writes Toby Manhire.
COMMENT: Ignoring hiccups which fit easily into one sentence the President's first 20 days haven't been too bad really, writes Toby Manhire.