See how Newshub's John Day rated individual performers in their World Cup opener.
Was this a preview of the Rugby World Cup final, wonders Grant Chapman.
He needs to be upfront and transparent, writes Duncan Garner.
The Mako tumble, after their worst showing this season, says Luke Robinson.
We're not even trying to cut emissions, and we're not being incentivised either, writes Duncan Garner.
Her image overseas is also being tarnished, writes Duncan Garner.
Serena Williams (and US media) needs to stop playing the 'mother card', insists Dave Worsley.
Grant Chapman laments the loss of another NZ basketball icon from the ANBL club.
The nine-time champs are out of their slump.
It's 'only' doubles, but you should care about these Kiwi battlers, says Dave Worsley.
Very few shone in another underwhelming NRL season, laments Ben Francis.
Grant Chapman finds some pros and cons from the Rugby World Cup warm-up.
Labour wants Kiwis to swim in rivers, National wants us to wade, writes Duncan Garner.
Our politicians have made MMP work and should be congratulated, writes Duncan Garner.
Dave Worsley digs into some juicy final-eight match-ups at Flushing Meadows.
We have wasted so much time and those who paid the price are those on the fringes of home ownership, writes Duncan Garner.
The Mako survived a stern examination to inflict Taranaki's first loss.
Don't look now, but press conferences are interesting again, claims Dave Worsley.
Tear it down and start again, writes The Spinoff' Josie Adams.
Tennis players aren't exactly raking in the dough, as Dave Worsley explains.
I expect this is the beginning of free lunches for all Kiwi kids, allowing for parents to say, 'not my job', writes Duncan Garner.
Newshub's John Day sees one area where their rivals hold a big advantage...
These vapes reportedly have cancer-causing ingredients and I'm bloody angry we've allowed them to take hold, writes Duncan Garner.
Mia Griffiths was racially abused doing her job and her courageous response shows us what real Kiwis are, writes Patrick Gower.
At first the comments were extremely helpful, then things took a turn, writes Newshub's Emma Clark.
The two unbeaten sides meet this week in New Plymouth
But benching her umpiring nemesis shows who runs tennis, claims Dave Worsley.
Rookie Luke Jacobson is a popular choice.
And it's bad news for Jordie Barrett.
Once you lose your land, it's gone forever, writes Duncan Garner.