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Lee Suckling: 'Why is it some men feel so hard done by?'
'The world would be a better place without chips on men's shoulders', writes Suckling.
Richard Prebble: What NZ can learn from America's severe labour shortage
OPINION: Americans are over Covid. I often found myself alone in wearing a mask
Comment: Wellington mayoral hopefuls should leave $7.4b transport plan alone
Wellington needs a mayor to take the city's transport plan forward, not pick it apart.
Chlöe Swarbrick: Alcohol abuse in NZ is a failure of drug regulation
OPINION: Alcohol is so 'poorly regulated' and no one wants to talk about it.
Michael Barnett: Change the things we can for the health and wellbeing of our kids
Our children are battling a storm of increasing mental health conditions.
Juha Saarinen: Blockchain, the tech that could but didn't deliver
Is blockchain of any use?
The truth about fussy eaters: When is it OK to be picky about food?
Telegraph: Here's the thing: you're not that special.
Willie Jackson: Broadcasting challenges given NZ's changing face
OPINION: Our news media must reflect our communities and be well represented.
Simon Wilson: 10 misunderstandings about Auckland's villa wars
The new housing density rules are not the end of civilisation, despite what some say.
Michael Hurst: 'I could put on a play with a bit of tinsel, a cymbal and a plank'
The actor talks to Elisabeth Easther.
Eight signs of incompatibility that lead to divorce
Telegraph: What have we learned from the Murdoch-Hall split? It's the little things.
Sideswipe: Big night out after the rugby for this guy
A daily column looking at humorous, satirical and simply strange news.
Damien Venuto: The dangerous sentence in the TVNZ-RNZ merger legislation
Are we set to see a series of unintended consequences?
Ask the experts: Now we're empty nesters, how do I ask my wife for an open marriage?
Psychologists and family therapists Nic & Verity answer your sex and relationship queries.
Greg Smith: Peak inflation and what that means for markets
Global stock markets have had a tough time of it in June.
Christopher Niesche: Neobank Volt's exit a blow for all Aussie bank customers
Volt was one of a handful of neobanks promising to challenge the Big Four.
The woman who can make Hollywood funny - and filthy - again
Thank goodness for the return of the modern-day Marilyn Monroe, writes Robbie Collin.
Sasha Borissenko: A history of abortion in NZ - and where to now?
How a Twitter account led to the overturning of Roe v Wade.