Climate leadership and fossil fuel

Members of climate action group 350 Aotearoa disrupted a fuel industry meeting in New Plymouth on Wednesday.

10 min ago  A climate protester explains why they disrupted a fuel industry meeting in New Plymouth this week.

Game of Thrones impossible to beat

You'd have to be Lady Stoneheart herself, not to have been moved by Drogon keening over Dany's body in the final episode ...

OPINION: If there's one thing Peak TV shows have in common, it's that at some point someone has called them the greatest show ever made.

The trials and rewards of raising boys

We live in a world where traditionally men have ruled over everything. But in childhood, males tend to trail behind.

As a mother of sons, I'm providing the calm amidst the chaos.

Crusaders push the letter of the law video

Codie Taylor makes a break against the Stormers in Cape Town last weekend.

OPINION: Super Rugby champs game the system and referee by offending collectively, writes Brendan Venter.

Elton John's legacy deserves better video

It's the latest of many biopics riding Bohemian Rhapsody's coat tails

OPINION: Even if it's good, there's only so far a film can go in telling John's story.

Stuff Cartoons

Dilbert cartoons

Dilbert, December, 2018.

The classic cartoon about office life.

Tom Scott cartoons

Tom Scott at home in Wellington.

Tom Scott is an internationally renowned cartoonist, whose perspective on life in NZ has been entertaining Kiwis for years.

Sharon Murdoch cartoons

Sharon Murdoch won Canon Media Awards Cartoonist of the Year in 2016 and 2017.

From pet pooper scooper to award-winning cartoonist, Sharon Murdoch has a unique take on NZ.

Malcolm Walker cartoons

Malcolm Walker has returned as our cartoonist for Stuff and Sunday News where his cartooning career began.

Malcolm Walker drew for Sunday News for 34 years. Now the Auckland cartoonist returns to inkblot the news.

Emma Cook cartoons

Sunday Star Times illustrator Emma Cook at home in Taupo.

Emma Cook is living a dream 40 years in the making, as a cartoonist.

Mike Moreu cartoons

Mike Moreu loves to point out everyday life's foibles.

Mike Moreu has delighted in satirising modern life and making people think for more than 15 years.

Shaun Yeo cartoons

Shaun Yeo has been sharing his take on the world for many years.

Born and bred Invercargill man Shaun Yeo has been sharing his take on Kiwi life since he was in high school.

Trace Hodgson

Trace Hodgson's take on Rob Muldoon.

In the industry since the 1980s, Trace Hodgson has made a name for himself as a talented cartoonist.

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Bullies live beyond the beltway

Speaker Trevor Mallard and Debbie Francis discuss the independent review into bullying and harassment of staff at Parliament.

OPINION: Sorry to burst your bubble, but bullying goes far beyond Parliament. As such, it is the responsibility of everyone to change.

This is why we're striking stuff nation

Ciara Foley, left, and Mia Sutherland, from the Christchurch School Strike 4 Climate team, address Christchurch City ...

OPINION: Three members of the Christchurch School Strike for Climate group give their reasons for striking on Friday.

Once in a generation opportunity

Dame Silvia Cartwright was announced as head of the EQC inquiry in November. Submissions close on May 26.

OPINION: Like most in Canterbury, before that early spring morning in 2010, I had never really taken much notice of EQC.

Don't dump our port video

As the third most liveable city in the world for eight years in a row it's not the city's port dramas that are holding ...

OPINION: Of course a working port and a great city can co-exist side by side.

You can't beat a good fire

I love soaking up radiant heat of a winter's evening.

OPINION: I love fires. I love making them. I love watching them. I love sitting in front of them and wasting away a winter evening doing nothing besides soaking up radiant heat.

We're all subsidising shooters

Taxpayers pay most of the cost of administering the firearms licensing system. (File photo)

OPINION: The gun licensing system costs more to administer than shooters pay. That can't be right.

Redundancies in harsh times

Vodafone was recently sold for $3.4 billion and is preparing reportedly to make 200 workers redundant.

OPINION: Workers' job security is often at the mercy of corporate deals.

Proud moment for Pike families

Anna Osborne, left, and Sonya Rockhouse welcome the decision to re-enter the mine at a media conference in 2018.

OPINION: A successful re-entry of the Pike River Mine is an important symbolic moment in a long journey.

Graduation day emotions

It was fun to be a graduate for a minute, before mum life put me back in my place.

That brief moment of letting myself enjoy my achievement, well, it was fun while it lasted.

Attitude over clarity in conqueror's tongue

Normans set to conquer. A historical re-enactor screams during a re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings on the battle's ...

OPINION: A reader has forwarded an email that by my estimate is 952½ years old.

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