The change won't ruin the game - it might improve it, writes Andrew Gourdie.
"They should get in behind me," the National MP says.
Sexual violence affects one woman in five - adequate funding is urgently needed to support survivors, writes Georgie Ferrari.
Govts on both sides of the Tasman must make these people a priority, writes Joseph Nunweek.
The number of infected properties is growing - the most important thing is to act now, writes MP Nathan Guy.
Don’t let the great Kiwi knocking machine ruin this great idea, writes Patrick Gower
The problems will deepen if we don't build it now, writes Andrew Gourdie.
There’s nothing to frighten the horses in there – but something’s still going to bite them on the bum, says Mark Sainsbury.
Winston Peters on the other hand is sitting pretty, writes Jenna Lynch.
We need universal counselling in New Zealand, writes Kyle MacDonald.
Here are three better options than watching Prince Thingamajig and Meghan Whatsherface.
Williams' All Black legacy will be defined over the next phase of his career, writes Andrew Gourdie.
"Government spending has been an unmitigated failure."
Instead of cutting ties, perhaps we should offer to help, writes Andrew Gourdie.
The Kiwi NBA star has far surpassed cult-hero status, claims Stephen Foote.
No one can beat plain mathematical facts, writes Richard Wagstaff.
But should celebrities just have to suck it up, asks Mark Sainsbury.
But the construction company's downfall could actually have a silver lining for NZ, writes Mitch Harris.
Any suggestion the Crown might skip a generation have now been shot down, writes Lewis Holden.
Is this our generation's version of the fall of the Berlin Wall? Alex Braae analyses the development.
The honeymoon is over and the NRL grind has begun, writes Grant Chapman.
After years of failure the Blues have become irrelevant, writes Andrew Gourdie.
Pam Waugh from the Salvation Army says 336 new families come to them for help each week.
There is no way a tech-startup is worth the same as The Warehouse, says Patrick Gower
Who's top of the class and who needs to pull their socks up?
What the First Lady does with her face is none of your business, Anna Bracewell-Worrall writes.
True diversity means a rainbow heart must wear the Silver Fern, says Patrick Gower.
Their efforts failed, their aims were negligible - why are we stirred by the story of Gallipoli 100 years on, asks Matt Hayes.
Mason Lino is good, but 'Magic' Johnson is still the man, insists Grant Chapman.
With great publicity comes great criticism - as Gayford is well aware, writes Maggie Wicks.