Watch: Trailblazers - the series
Suffragette Kate Sheppard featured on Wikipedia's home page today.
Dame Georgina Kirby is a staunch advocate for women's rights.
COMMENT: Kiwi women are eye-wateringly over-represented in domestic violence statistics.
"Women lack absorption, concentration, power of thought, largeness of emotional horizon."
Art exhibition raise visual voices to address gender inequality.
Growbright founder Natalie Norman talks about the rise of mumentrepreneurs.
Comment: If we can do it in politics, why is business so hard?
COMMENT: The right to vote was never the destination; it was the start of a journey.
COMMENT: Dame Fiona Kidman asks what future hold for women's reproductive rights in NZ.
COMMENT: Respect for the mana of all people breeds equality.
It's been 125 years since women won the right to vote in this country.
Marilyn Waring, Ruth Richardson, Dame Annette King and Dame Tariana Turia share a story.
"I think we're near normalising women in leadership."
COMMENT: Sport and feminism continue to be troubling aspects of NZ's media landscape.
Young mums share incredible stories of challenges and hope with our Prime Minister.
We asked local women what Suffrage 125 means to them.
Tonight PM Jacinda Ardern was the guest editor for the NZ Herald Suffrage edition.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will be in the editor's chair at the Herald on September 19.
Whangārei Zonta Club has donated white camellias to the city in honour of Suffrage Day.
"What we set out to do was find women who really embodied the modern suffragist."
We sent postcard to high-profile women around the world, this is we got in return.
Angela Barnett talks with six Kiwi leaders and luminaries on busting down barriers.
Sometimes it's hard to be a woman, such as all the time.
Girls outperform boys at schools, but that does not always turn into better jobs and pay.
Green MP Golriz Ghahraman on pay equity and how trolls try to silence women online.
Corporate New Zealand is lagging behind the public sector for women in leadership.
COMMENT: Women's equality is still a work in progress after 125 years.
Inequities in pay, motherhood, retirement and race. Why it's better and worse now.