If there’s one euphemism I’m sick of hearing it’s “property investment”.
For a while now I’ve wondered when exactly we should start taking seriously what is going on in US politics around Donald Trump. How foolish of me. The time is now.
Today I’m voting to keep a flag that I’ve wanted to change since I was six.
The inclusion and subsequent failure of Red Peak in the New Zealand flag referendum is a triumph of democracy; pats on the back to everyone involved.
Sometimes it’s easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.
Well they’re out. The final four design have been reached and they’re all a bit terrible.
In continuing my trend of writing about things days after everyone else has pretty much covered it, I’d like to wade in on the Mike Hosking thing.
By Morgan Godfery Some politicians seem to think that “data” exists in a privileged realm somewhere above politics and power relations. Data, according to Phil Twyford and others, enjoys the authority of objectivity.
On Saturday morning I was rung by a friend who is a huge political nerd. He is also right wing. He was excited.
My suspicions were first aroused when my property manager told me not to panic.
“With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds.”
Today will be tough. There will be laughter. There will be cake. Campbell Live is famous for cake. We are the only people in the world who lose weight on Christmas holidays.
A lot has been written on the Prime Minister and his pulling of Amanda’s hair. I’m not going to weigh in on that.
It’s two days now since the actual ANZAC day but today is the brand new Monday-ised holiday, perhaps a good time to reflect on our reflection.
So news from late last week is that Paula Bennett has herself a new press secretary, former investigative journalist Phil Kitchin
You have probably already seen some – if not all – of the interview between John Oliver and renowned Government whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
In the end, the end came at the beginning, but for some reason even the end felt like a beginning of a kind.
Recently Jonathan Chait generated a lot of heat online for a New York mag piece raging about a new era of political correctness.