The Leader of the Opposition's "brain fart" on Friday was "loutish, transphobic rubbish", writes Tova O'Brien.
Britain still doesn't know what Brexit means, what it will look like and what impact it'll have, writes Lloyd Burr.
Phil Vine from Greenpeace says intensive farming in the Mackenzie basin is 'preposterous and unfeasible'.
There are major questions for the Government to answer.
Now that the French series is won, the selectors should take some risks, insists John Day.
Brad Lewis looks at three things we learned from the fumbling victory over France.
You may not have heard of these potential stars - but you'll soon know their names well, says Sullivan Harnett.
Let me be clear, I don't hate Fieldays. I really like them. But has the quintessential outing for the rural community gone too far? , writes Megan Sutherland.
The unchanged All Blacks have a plan, but they're not telling us what it is, says Ross Karl.
The Football Ferns coach has brought the game into disrepute, insists Andrew Gourdie.
Michael O'Keeffe is braced for the worst.
Sam Ackerman predicts some fresh faces and drops a few older ones for the Denver test.
There are no Messis, Ronaldos or Kanes in this mashup, but they can play, writes Brad Lewis.
Harassment at law firms doesn't exclusively affect women, writes Auckland lawyer Jason Cooper.
"There’s no doubt I was fan-girling from start to finish," writes George Berry.
Jacinda, my mum, me and millions of others. Here's to all the late-night outta-sight hard-working ladies, writes Maggie Wicks.
No matter how well-intentioned, articles about dads doing what they ought to don’t help anyone, writes Angela Cuming.
There's a reason video review exists - why not use it, wonders Andrew Gourdie.
Voter turnout is always a bit crap in by-elections and it was crap again, writes Tova O'Brien.
Stephen Foote provides an in-depth look into Sunday's blockbuster event in Chicago.
The Blackcaps captain was a surprise IPL star, writes Henry Rounce.
With Jordie Barrett at fullback, the test against France may be a kicking game, says Ross Karl.
Crotty is the best number 12 in the country and has proved it at Super Rugby level, writes John Day.
An ESPN writer caused uproar by suggesting the US could dominate rugby - but Madeleine Chapman agrees.
The council and stadium trust have huge questions to answer, says Patrick Gower.
Rugby league’s ‘mate vs mate’ doesn’t make a national team stronger, writes Grant Chapman.
Canberra is something of a Switzerland in the annual state wars, flipping between the Allies and Axis powers depending on our mood, writes Craig Norenbergs.
It wasn't actually with the Queen. It was with Charles. Kind of, writes Lloyd Burr.
Join me, enlightened carnivores: meat-free eating for meat lovers is a thing now.
We were lucky to have the NSW half at Mt Smart at all, insists Sam Ackerman.