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COMMENT: There is one aspect that often gets overlooked – Charles is a pretty good dad.
COMMENT: Latest development suggests Queen still has a trick or two up her sleeve.
HBR: Many have now discovered what it's like to juggle work, child care and a household.
Financial Times: No shops mean closed Bangladesh factories and piles of cotton in India.
"Millennials know no other way than economic and financial insecurity," writes Suckling.
Financial Times: This could have been Harry's moment to lean in. Instead he let us down.
COMMENT: So you're having trouble sleeping? Try these tips.
A high school art teacher describes what lockdown has been like for him and his students.
What can your ancestors tell you about who you are? Greg Bruce goes searching.
Ashleigh Young: tiny losses and dishevelments remind me how much we need people.
Heavenly carbs: Annabel Langbein on why the humble cauliflower is a hero in winter meals.
"Thinkers" on how the world will look in one year from May 2020, post-coronavirus.
New York Times: As gyms reopen, many are wondering whether it's safe, or wise, to return.
Thousands of Kiwis will be feeling some level of anxiety as we move to level 2.
COMMENT: Before the pandemic, this undertaking would have been a Mission: Impossible.
Thomasin McKenzie, Kate Sylvester and Reb Fountain reflect on the wisdom of their mothers.
Times: Supermodel Naomi Campbell on turning 50 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
"The chips were as cold and lifeless as locked-down Queen St."
No caller ID - Steve Braunias on why he shouldn't have answered the telephone.
From official speeches to cat food receipts - archivists ensure we will remember Covid-19.
A saviour in early lockdown days, Lee Suckling says it's time to 'leave meeting' for good.
MATT HEATH: I've taken constructive feedback on board and this week I'm changing tack.
Have you brewed kombucha, and kept a sourdough starter alive? You're ready to level up.
A few weeks ago we'd never heard of it. We loved it, then we hated it. Now what for Zoom?
Some people have already called their lawyer about splitting up.
What do you learn when you spend eight years talking to three women about sex?
A week ahead of Mother's Day weekend, Siena Yates reflects on going home.
Ashleigh Young on why questions and concerns about Zoom are keeping psychologists busy.
No one who lived through it will ever forget the great New Zealand lockdown of 2020.
"In the last month, touch is something many people have been denied," writes Lee Suckling.
COMMENT: The new give way rules: a win for the runners.
The Herald on Sunday columnist signs off in his final column.
Top chefs like The Hunting Lodge's Des Harris are home for dinner. What are they cooking?
Larb, bolognese or burgers? They're all mince by any other name.
With lockdown looming, Greg Bruce decides the time is right to learn guitar.
Hang-dog, always in faded denim, Dean Parker was one of our brightest artistic minds.
I did it for the badges: NZ author David Hill recalls his time as a boy scout.
Steve Braunias farewells a friend - but lockdown prevents him saying goodbye.
Forget greasy takeaways - your alert level 3 at-home oyster fix is here.
New York Times: As the days drag on, many women are revelling in the ditching of heels.
New York Times: Two lovers, 89 and 85, found a romantic way to keep (almost) in touch.
New York Times: Bad roommates can take a toll even in normal times.
COMMENT: I worry the world is changing for the worse, in ways we will never see reversed.
COMMENT: There's funny, entertaining and cute stuff on social media.
Turn confinement into the ultimate luxury staycation.
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky.
The true toll of her decision to play hardball with Megan and Harry has been laid bare.
There's even a name for people who see this as an opportunity: apocaloptimists.
Top chefs like Sid Sahrawat are confined to their home kitchens. What are they cooking?
Greg Bruce takes the trip of a lifetime without leaving home.
Annabel Langbein creates condiments to spice up any meal.
Ashleigh Young on why clarity is a thorny gift.
Times: Life inside the Hollywood mansion where TikTok stars go to live and create videos.
What does it take to govern? What is it to be human? A tale of Tudor England and today.
New York Times: Get lost in the wild world of the vintage exercise video.
Training dogs has been a lifetime passion for Whangarei's Allen Nisbet
New York Times: "The more first dates I went on, the more obsessed I became."
New York Times: When no one's leaving the house, what does time even mean?
New York Times: Going digital may be better for dancers.