Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic can't prop up men's tennis forever, writes Dave Worsley.
Grow up, Australian Open, writes Dave Worsley.
If tennis is your thing, you might want to keep the coffee brewed.
Condemning the travellers is fine, but should we be so outraged, asks Mark Longley.
If you're thinking of doing it alone, know that it's not that easy, writes Zane Small.
They wanted Hobbiton. They deserved Huntly, writes Scott Palmer.
Or are we just over-analysing the demise of ASB Classic winners, wonders Dave Worsley.
Irish Kiwis are mortified at their behaviour, writes Cathy O’Sullivan.
But if this is it, the brave Scot has left a legacy of honesty to a fault, writes Dave Worsley.
M bovis, water quality improvements and possible tax changes are among them, writes Katie Milne.
Newshub's Thomas Mead joined scientists on board a US Air Force C130 Hercules.
Braille tech has never been cheaper but stigma still holds us back, writes Áine Kelly-Costello.
Who did Newshub think had the best team performances of 2018?
Andrew Gourdie insists critics must eat humble pie if the Kiwi boxer prevails on Sunday.
Claims that it will are based on old, flawed science, writes agricultural researcher Frank Mitloehner.
Promises alone don't feed hungry children, writes Susan St John of the Child Poverty Action Group.
The pension probably will still be around when today’s youth retire, writes Jenesa Jeram.
True diversity means a rainbow heart must wear the Silver Fern, says Patrick Gower.
You may not know them now, but in 12 months' time, they'll be famous as.
Can these emerging stars back up their breakout exploits next year?
Everyone loves the come-from-behind winner - here are some of the year's best.
The Newshub panel of experts ponder the results that shocked the world this year.
Brace yourselves... our Newshub experts say the All Blacks won't win the Rugby World Cup.
The Newshub panel of experts ponder international performances that stole the headlines.
The group has a history of labelling innocent people criminals, Dan Satherley writes.
New Zealand doesn't need the retail giant ruining the weekends of innocent Kiwis, writes Mark Longley.
Shania Twain's concert could be compared to those New Year's Eve celebrations you plan for months. High expectations which lead to disappointment, writes Mitch McCann.
The Newshub team survey our best individual performers of the year.
Bad things happen to us because we live in a society that ignores it, writes Jihee Junn.
First XV recruiting is a reflection of pro sport, writes Andrew Gourdie.