Share your news and views
Until all athletes are held to the same standards, women will keep being asked stupid questions, writes Chris Braae.
There are a lot of question marks in the Black Caps' line up. Andrew Houston fills in the gaps.
Sunshine gilded the building with golden colour and a tremendous double rainbow burst across the sky.
If the All Blacks need to take four first-fives to the World Cup, who will lose out in the squad?
When you understand how to nurture your mind, great things can grow, writes Lorraine Hamilton.
We're losing too many players overseas, crippling our long term talent pool, says Cameron Chalmers.
Would a ban on those bringing cricket into disrepute see the game played in a gentlemanly manner?
The Warriors have re-assembled for the 2015 season and expectations, as always, are sky high.
Compulsory third-party insurance will be a blunt instrument to beat the innocent, David Barnes writes.
If there's one thing we should all try to remember when revamping our lives it's this, says Lorraine Hamilton.
OPINION: Do we want a world that only speaks up when the West is attacked?
New Zealand's suicide rate is one death toll that not enough is being done to make smaller, writes Tracey Twaddle.
I'm planning to rent out my house while I go travelling, but what's the best way to work out a fair rent?
Breaking Bad blew my mind. True Detective gave me a buzz. What made The Wire even better?
Three games in five days produced some very interesting EPL results.
Thousands of Parisians took to the streets following today's terror attacks. Hayden Gray captured the vigil.
This plan to track booze 'tools' at festivals and sports events could be a win for all, Chris Braae writes.
Many Kiwi drivers are 'unthinking idiots' who believe it's their right to go 100kmh, Michael Roycroft writes.
After a bumper crop of blockbusters in 2014, Clayton Barnett checks out what's on offer this year.
When it comes to rugby, the world is at the mercy of New Zealand, writes Cameron Chalmers.