OPINION: A year on from the election, she continues to rise internationally even as she weathers storms at home.
OPINION: When you're courting someone, it is not polite or politic to call them names.
OPINION: Labour has given itself an uppercut over what to call the Government.
OPINION: Housing NZ's tough meth policy was driven by Government.
ANALYSIS: The PM wasn't going to make the same mistake with Meka Whaitiri that she did with Clare Curran.
OPINION: It seemed rational at the time, but this is not how I meant it to turn out.
OPINION: For the PM to win a concession from Winston Peters, it seems she has to publicly lose another.
OPINION: Heather du Plessis-Allan has made entertainment out of dehumanising Pacific Islanders. She should be ashamed.
OPINION: It was a simple mistake, but the punishment for Ardern's GDP mix-up could have been much more brutal.
OPINION: She resists political labels, but Jacinda Ardern is essentially a republican.
The right to vote was forced on women who didn't want it, The Press wrote at the time.
OPINION: Women are continuing in the footsteps of Kiwi pioneer Kate Sheppard, but there remains a long way to go.
Jacinda Ardern can finally cross one of her NZ First "problems" off the list, before she leaves for New York.
OPINION: Peters behaved as acting PM, then started flexing his muscles. Why? It's all in the numbers.
OPINION: Prime minister's ability to lead dependent on coalition partners.
OPINION: There's no tail wagging the dog, Government says - but the coalition is still a strange beast.
OPINION: Something was missing from the Jacinda Ardern and Winston Peters' unity show.
OPINION: Lecturing a handful of parliamentarians during my day before a select committee.
Question Time is a pointless back and forth of poorly scripted insults and planted questions. Let's abandon or reform it.
OPINION: Despite name-checking God 11 times, 'God Defend New Zealand' hides a radical challenge to tradition, says Jonathan Milne.
OPINION: We'd like our politicians to live in the real world, please, with the distractions real people have – like babies.
OPINION: Messy, incoherent, yes. But Ardern has a chance to spin her way out.
OPINION: Winston Peters delivered electoral victory to Jacinda Ardern. It's payback time.
A 1968 stamp commemorating women's suffrage leads Sandra Coney to ponder the upheaval of the 60s and the struggles that were formative for her.
OPINION: If we reformed NZ Super to make it affordable, $38b could be freed up to invest in our infrastructure now.
Clare Curran's political demise may have been very public but it still wasn't easy to watch, writes Richard Griffin.
Our freedom camping debate may be the first local evidence of what Sunday Star-Times writer Shamubeel Eaqub calls "overtourism", the downside of having too many visitors.
OPINION: Jacinda Ardern has seen the suffering of the Saharawi people. Her government can play a role in helping them and doing what's right.
OPINION: Antagonism towards te reo Māori rooted in cultural insecurity.
OPINION: If Winston Peters overplays his hand, he will force the PM into a standoff that she must win.