Emeritus Professor Michael Corballis said: "We don't know any Māori who knows what mātauranga is." This made us wonder: what would happen if we asked a group of scientists what science is?
I'm sorry to spoil the party for the activists who somehow think Aotearoa is the answer to a problem that quite frankly doesn't even exist, says Duncan Garner.
You can steer your kids, but you can't control them at every turn, says Duncan Garner.
The truth is I can't stop watching and cheering.
We need a Government that takes responsibility for what's happening on its watch, writes Nicole McKee.
Unless a uniform can offer a sporting advantage, then who cares what athletes of any gender are wearing.
It's an awful lot of expense and time and energy - and the injured calf may have to be put down, says Ryan Bridge.
This is the man Jacinda gave almost $3 million.
Grant Chapman casts his eye over the standout performers against Fiji at Hamilton?
For many Pākehā, our time here began on land that had been stolen (sorry, "confiscated") from the people to whom it belonged, writes Richard Shaw.
I find my connection to professional sport becoming weaker and weaker, writes Hamish Bidwill.
The argument that a link to violence is a precondition of hate speech regulation is wrong, writes Eddie Clark.
Mitch McCann gives an insight into the measures being taken at the Japanese border.
Hollywood needs to hear the message from March 15 terror attack victims.
The nine tries to three win wasn't without a few shaky moments, but ultimately the quality of this All Blacks side prevailed.
"To understand its real significance we need to examine how and why it was commissioned in the first place," writes Dominic O'Sullivan.
The Government has been slow to come clean because it didn't want to burst its own bubble, says Duncan Garner.
If we judge our society by how we treat our most vulnerable, then we are utterly failing, writes Duncan Garner.
While the contest was no more than a hit-out, several All Blacks stood out, says Brad Lewis.
The arguments are emotive and polarising, and the language deployed has real consequences beyond this specific debate.
Alex Powell rates the individual performances at Southampton out of 10.
Despite two days of rain, not all is lost for New Zealand in Southampton, insists Alex Powell.
The improbability of NZ First returning to power can't be overstated. But their leader is refusing to give up, writes Josh Van Veen.
Newshub rugby reporter Ollie Ritchie ponders the make-up of the first national squad of 2021.
I feel awfully nervous for New Zealand, but this test team is a team for the ages, writes Duncan Garner.
Dalton wants to win and that's good enough, writes Brad Lewis.
Thousands of families at the very bottom waited and waited and are still waiting for something to change.
I don't think we're ready to watch a movie about the attacks. Not now. Not ever, writes Mahvash Ali.
Until we address the inequities and disadvantages some of our whānau face, we cannot truly celebrate, writes Ella Henry.
"Who is responsible? And can the party clean up its candidate selection process to fix the problem?" asks political analyst Dr Bryce Edwards.