Victory was declared in silence all across our beautiful country as we bowed our heads, writes Sean Plunket.
He didn't even go into bat for Kiwis during his meeting with Turkish President Erdogan, writes Europe Correspondent Lloyd Burr.
Pending Turkish government renunciations and civic improvements, the System of a Down singer writes.
You can trust our justice system to shut down his delusional rants, writes Duncan Garner.
Love for our families doesn't know just one religion, it is universal, writes Duncan Garner.
Instead of hate, anger and revenge I have witnessed peace, calm and forgiveness, writes Ryan Bridge.
You, terrorist, have failed. Just watch how New Zealand responds, writes Mahvash Ali.
"Let's walk away from a platform that supports terror," Duncan Garner writes.
"The idea that immigrants are invading our nation has been normalised. It's time we named it for what it really is: hate speech."
Brandishing a Crusader on your jersey is nothing to be proud of, says Ross Karl.
Stupidity is not against the law but parents who don't vaccinate should be held accountable, writes Mark Longley.
Our MPs are among the most accessible in the world, let's not over-react and change that, writes Duncan Garner.
The new league stand-down policy is long overdue, says Grant Chapman.
Baby boomers are turning in to Generation M for middle-aged moaners, writes Mark Longley.
Students taking a stand against climate change is brave, intelligent and valid, writes Aziz Al-Sa'afin.
This entitled generation will achieve diddly squat with their strike, writes Duncan Garner.
Long-term abuse and grooming happened to me, and I waited two decades to take it to court.
This group is so far removed from reality, they put their own children at serious risk, writes Duncan Garner.
Unceremoniously dumped as captain, Taylor has come back swinging, writes Duncan Garner.
And what were you doing when you were 17, wonders Grant Chapman.
Forget the Shaun Johnson fiasco, they're still in good shape, says Ben Francis.
Who else caught John Day's eye in week four?
A week without the YouTube Kids app
Don't panic about our relationship with China just yet, writes Liam Finnigan.
We need to play the music people want to hear, writes MediaWorks' group content director.
Kiwi lifter Laurel Hubbard may bring this issue to a head, says Peter Williams.
What a week it's been for Golriz Ghahraman, Duncan Garner writes.
"Mark Taylor has a low IQ… I remain amazed he got his passport back and then got to Syria."
Newshub's new series looks at who's outraged, and what we're outraged about.
In a true democracy everyone should have a say - even prisoners, writes Daniel Both.