Peter Wilson takes a look at how the cards fell.
Parliament still does not fully represent the New Zealand population, writes Paul Spoonley.
Dan Lake insists queer rugby fans shouldn't feel uncomfortable at live matches.
Focusing on the wellbeing of our teachers is as important as that of our tamariki, writes Alex Burke.
The danger of electoral dominance is becoming your own worst enemy, writes David Hall.
Gender bias continues to define aspects of their careers and performance, writes Suze Wilson.
Newshub rugby editor Ollie Ritchie insists on at least three changes after the Wellington draw.
William Hewett rates the NZ players after a pulsating draw at Wellington.
Newshub rugby editor Ollie Ritchie forecasts his line-up to face Australia in Sunday's Bledisloe Cup opener.
Ben Francis looks at who would have been in the Kiwis squad if they'd played in 2020.
The capital's older homes don't deserve blanket protection - but six storey flats aren't always the answer, writes Morten Gjerde.
They need the big guns to speak up, but as the biggest gun won't say boo - the former big gun is filling the gap.
Ben Francis looks at how the NZ Warriors players stacked up on their COVID-19 rollercoaster.
In a few weeks three Pākehā had told me they were learning Te Reo. So why do I feel this discomfort, asks Aneta Cram.
COVID-19 has proved we have money if we need it in a health crisis, writes Duncan Garner.
It's a sign the Government has failed post-COVID, writes Duncan Garner.
Now is not the time to compromise our border security for sport, insists Grant Chapman.
For months I've watched in embarrassment as churches flout the rules and Christians trade conspiracy theories, writes Matt Burrows.
"It's been a helluva time."
It costs nothing right now - but down the track the cost will sit with business, says Duncan Garner.
Legalisation "offers more hope" than prohibition, writes Alexander Gillespie.
Let's drop the unnecessary barriers and employ some old fashioned Kiwi common sense, says Duncan Garner.
How strange it must be for the homeless - it's suddenly quiet. No one is there, writes Duncan Garner.
The Warriors face the toughest schedule of any team over the next five weeks, writes Ben Francis.
While some are asking, "Is this necessary?", National is asking, "How long has the Govt suspected there was a problem?"
If we all do the right things, we will be able to get the outbreak under control much faster than last time.
It would spread money around the community. It would be spent and not saved, writes Duncan Garner.
This could go one of two ways - either Matt Elliott 2.0 or a smart decision - writes Ben Francis.
Richie Mo'unga has done enough to be named Luke Robinson's Player of the Season.