Breakers blinded by Rice's talent

Glen Rice Jr has had his Breakers contract terminated after the latest incident in a troubled stay in Auckland.

1 min ago  Struggling Kiwi hoops club must learn from sorry saga with troubled import, writes Marc Hinton.

My $44 camping nightmare video

Jackie Norman lives on the road permanently after selling her house in 2016.

OPINION: The big "proper" commercial campgrounds in NZ can sometimes leave a lot to be desired.

Port debate needs less testosterone

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters in September 2017 launching the "move Auckland's port" policy which led to the ...

OPINION: The Prime Minister needs to put the Auckland port-move report in a cool, dry place for further contemplation.

The convenience bulge

The future is here and it's meat on chips delivered to your door.

A sugar or fat tax is often mooted as a way to improve the food decisions. A tax on technology would be more effective.

Where are all the clocks?

Jane Bowron wonders if there is a paucity of clocks at airports so if you miss your plane you will have to book another ...

OPINION: A lack of clocks in airports only serves to add to fliers' nervousness.

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Stuff Cartoons

Dilbert cartoons

Dilbert, December, 2018.

The classic cartoon about office life.

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.

Jim Hubbard Cartoons

Jim Hubbard is renowned for his bold cartoons.

Award-winning cartoonist Jim Hubbard is renowned for his simple, bold work, a staple of newspapers, books and even stamps.

Jeff Bell Cartoons

Jeff Bell specialises in caricatures.

Jeff Bell is a Kiwi cartoonist and illustrator, with a passion for caricatures.

Malcolm Walker cartoons

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

Malcolm Walker always wanted to be a cartoonist. Decades into his career, he's still loving it.

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.

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Loose the dogs of war on Warner

Australia's David Warner, pictured celebrating against Pakistan, has a phenomenal record at home against the Black Caps.

OPINION: Ferguson and Wagner must target Aussie opener for NZ to have a chance, writes Mark Reason.

Learning to fly in Wellington

3042018 Photo: ROSA WOODS/STUFF
Generic, Air New Zealand, Plane, Wellington Airport, Wellington, Mount Victoria.

OPINION: Wellington's airport was this week again a victim of wind. I prayed my flight would be cancelled.

Auckland - don't blow this

Wayne Brown - moving Auckland's port to Auckland makes sound business, environmental and social sense.

OPINION: Auckland has one shot at turning itself into one of the world's most liveable cities.

Our kids are achieving less

Education Minister Chris Hipkins says childrens' wellbeing and achievement go hand-in-hand.

OPINION: There is a link between well being and academic performance, writes Education Minister Chris Hipkins.

Mandalorian director a record-breaker video

So... I've kind of been seeing this guy for half-an-hour a week.

OPINION: Deborah Chow is the first woman in 42 years to direct a live action Star Wars project. Can I get a 'Hell yeah!'?

Give nothing to racism

Protesters outside the Otago Daily Times office in Dunedin following the publication of a controversial Garrick Tremain ...

OPINION: Twitter is the best place to find someone ready to pour scorn on you.

Legal battle diminishes both foes

Colin Craig was the former leader of the Conservative Party.

OPINION: Jordan Williams has issued a humbling apology to Colin Craig and had to pay an undisclosed sum. Was Craig vindicated?

Singapore: English with everything

Finding a coelic-friendly dining option for the family was...challenging.

OPINION: The tissues are aggressive, dinner is delivered on foot and there’s a fake river in the mall. Welcome to Singapore.

Crusaders still the worst name

The Crusaders' new logo.

OPINION: The Crusaders risk alienating younger audiences who are already turning away from rugby in droves.

Mum trolls need to back off

Look, a child in a car seat that's fitted correctly. (Stock photo)

OPINION: They attack quickly and they can target anyone and and everyone - these are the mum trolls.

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