I know where my money is, come the World Cup, writes Brad Lewis.
Blaming the "distraction" on the lawyer was an unfair power play in a multilingual country, writes Vincent Olsen-Reeder.
Awful nicknames like 'Bugsy' had a real impact on me - but we can't let negative talk hold us back, writes Patrick Gower.
The not-so-inclusive parade does not speak for me, writes Aziz Al-Sa'afin.
Grant Chapman highlights the key talking points from the Twickenham thriller.
Lies become weapons - just ask Donald Trump, writes Tracey Barnett.
Henry Rounce reviews the new coach's debut T20 series loss to Pakistan.
It's a stupid celebration, attracts morons and is dangerous for animals, argues Emily Writes.
Cars make e-scooters look like pillow-padded baby buggies, writes Hayden Donnell.
Don't blame all of humanity, argues environmental researcher Anna Pigott.
From rugby's point of view, the NZ vs Japan rugby test was a success, writes Andrew Gourdie.
It shows how detached Christianity is from real issues, writes Aaron Hendry.
It should've been one of the most significant days of their lives, but now likely ranks as one of the worst, writes Don Rowe.
Auckland showed the rest of the country what provincial rugby can be, writes Andrew Gourdie.
Changes need to be made to stop people causing themselves enormous harm, writes Wendy Allison.
Country of origin laws can't come soon enough for Horticulture NZ boss Mike Chapman.
Ben Francis breaks down the individual performances from both Tonga and Australia.
Andrew Gourdie explains why the waterfront stadium won't go ahead.
Their casual ethnic calculations are the latest example of our marginalisation, writes Sudhvir Singh.
There's no way National can win in 2020 if he remains at the helm, says Newshub's national correspondent.
Even some National MPs were concerned he looked dodgy.
The options are running out for Jami-Lee Ross - will he bring his leader down with him, asks Mark Sainsbury.
This kind of disunity is uniquely toxic with the public, writes Danyl Mclauchlan.
Fans don't support a team based on their sponsor, writes Andrew Gourdie.
I was born a refugee, yet refugee is not my identity, writes former refugee Clench Enoka.
The anger NZ felt for two cyclists this week reveals a terrible level of aggro on the road, writes Duncan Wilson.
My generation needs to step up and be the heroes in the climate change war, writes Shannon Redstall.
A clear ideology matters, and helps MPs govern properly, writes Max Rashbrooke.
Online sports editor Grant Chapman analyses individual performances at Loftus Versfeld.
After almost 20 years with a drinking problem, newly sober Mike Metcalfe knows a thing or two about the lies you tell yourself as a 'functional' alcoholic.