Newshub sports producer Brad Lewis breaks down the All Blacks performance at ANZ Stadium.
Ross Karl pays homage to the All Blacks lock ahead of his 100th test.
Councillors get too much bad advice from angry people who don't know what they're talking about, writes Hayden Donnell.
Bridges should have taken a second and showed a bit more respect for the taxpayer, writes Tova O'Brien.
There's one sure way of getting NZ sports teams fired up, warns Grant Chapman.
"If Woods wins a 'Major' in 2019, it will be the biggest sporting story of the year," writes Brad Lewis
Police cleverly used the NRL stars as role models, writes Emma Cropper - because if the players think it's uncool, so will their fans.
The constant vilification of cats by the media is disturbing and misinformed, writes Anne Batley Burton.
Property managers shouldn't be able to see your bank statements, writes MP Darroch Ball.
We now have a chance to provide affordable access to cannabis, writes Manu Caddie, so let's not stumble at the last hurdle.
It's the first time a mainstream NZ politician has used a false story for political gain - and she needs to fix her error, says Jesse Mulligan.
After years of his iPhone taking over his brain, Duncan Greive found a way of getting it back.
I was just left speechless by their absurd and disrespectful verbal attack.
Don't let that family sway influence you to release Ivan Cleary, says Sam Ackerman.
The impending strike is a failure by both Government and Union, writes Patrick Gower.
Newshub's rugby heads take a look at the battle for the All Blacks number 10 jersey.
A night at the darts is the perfect mix of sport and entertainment, writes Ben Francis.
Indigenous data sovereignty is more important than ever, writes Gabrielle Baker.
"It is a disgusting waste of money from taxpayers and student fees," writes Patrick Gower.
It may look like a juvenile farce, but it matters far more than many give it credit, writes former public servant Tony Simpson.
The Kiwi faces a long road back to heavyweight relevance - or does he, wonders Brad Lewis.
When struggling families are taking out loans to survive, they shouldn't be pressured to give money to their church, writes Aaron Hendry.
"There is no escaping the reality that a unique human life is lost in an abortion."
He says its deportation powers are "ill-defined".
"But it's not perfect," writes Russell Brown.
Pro-lifers refused to respond to questions they weren't comfortable answering, says Emily Writes.
Natalie Ritchie had a go at the PM for not parenting properly - but her piece was a bad one, writes Tash Barneveld.
'Gentleman Joe' must drop the nice-guy act, says Andrew Gourdie.
Beneath the snowflake jokes, it's clear that the far-right likes playing the victim, writes Philippa McLoughlin.
Sam Ackerman makes the case for the retiring second-rower as the NRL club's best ever.