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There's more to football than watching champions, writes David Lim, and the European leagues had plenty to offer.
John Campbell's appeal is simpler than being a great journalist. He's also a great guy.
Long gone are the days when feminism actually stood for something, writes Ashneel Prasad.
Allowing two Waratahs players to get off lightly for a spear tackle was a bad look for SANZAR and their referees.
The Kiwis are playing on their home turf, what better opportunity to shock the world of football?
If there is one player who deserves an elongated farewell, it's Xavier "Xavi" Hernandez.
We can't save for a home, and when a doctor's visit becomes a luxury item, something is not right.
Without good journalism, Aotearoa will never become the nation it has the potential to be.
It's the end of the season. The only thing that matters now is who will fill the final relegation spot.
In 10 years as a school nurse I've dealt with five rape cases. All involved alcohol, none were straightforward.
Your agent may say it's a great way to sell, but Jeffrey Artson argues auctions are bad for sellers and buyers.
Sex ed can't just be about the physical stuff. We need to address the pressures in society too.
We need quality homes that Kiwis can buy, and here's a way to get them, Sridhar Ekambaram writes.
With the winners already decided, attention turns to those fighting it out to stay in the EPL.
Mr Whitey was on the verge of death when Lou Pareanga took him in. He's bigger now and "very much a sook".
We need to nurture, not chastise, our most vulnerable stars to avoid seeing such talents go to waste.
Don't laugh, but Hamilton could offer everything an Olympic host city needs, says Andy DeSilver.
Technology has led to us choosing self-isolation over community and distractions over experiences.
With all the money in the English Premier League the quality of football should be better, says David Lim.
With Super Rugby heating up, it is arguable the championship has become a two-horse race.