August 13, 2018

Editorial: Can We Please, Collectively, Try Not To Fuck This Quite Nice Thing Up

I’m going to apologise in advance for this – I promised myself that I wasn’t going to write two boring-as-hell politics-are-important essays in a row. Sometimes […]
August 13, 2018

News: Sexual Harassment at Vic

A chemistry tutor at Victoria University of Wellington who stalked and groped female students was allowed to continue to teach  – and was even allowed to […]
August 13, 2018

News: Chaos in the Capital

The Greater Wellington Regional Council voted last week to make emergency changes to the Wellington bus system, after reforms to the service triggered city-wide chaos. The […]
August 13, 2018

News: Judith Collins Retweets Conspiracy Fodder

CW: Discussion of Sexual Assault laws, Statutory Rape Judith Collins got herself in hot water last week after she publicly called on the Prime Minister to […]
August 13, 2018

News: Public Art – Light Weight O

I’ve always had a soft spot for O’Connell Street. Sitting one up from High Street towards the top of Shortland Street, it’s not too long nor […]
August 13, 2018

News: A Short History Of The Donald Brash Debate

Last week, the executive board of the University of Auckland Debating Society decided to take no action on an equity complaint lodged against their executive over […]
August 13, 2018

Community: Photography exhibition

“Imagine for a moment that you have just travelled around the globe to land in a foreign country where you don’t speak the language, know nothing […]
August 13, 2018

Community: Revues in Review 

Every August, around 250 student performers, and nearly 6,000 audience members, make the difficult and dangerous (well, mildly steepish) trek up to Hobson Street for a […]
August 13, 2018

Feature: How The Pill Changed Everything

Claudia Russell surveys the impact of “the pill” on modern society and women’s rights Named by the Economist as the greatest science and technology innovation of […]
August 13, 2018

Feature: My Left-Wing Bubble

Sarah Tribble considers the media divide between left- and right-wing media I don’t know him personally, but I would trust Jon Stewart with my life. His […]
August 13, 2018

Album Review:  The Internet – Hive Mind

The Internet is back and with 4 studio albums as well as various solo releases more recently, they have matured a whole lot and you can […]
August 13, 2018

Album Review: Denzel Curry – TA13OO

Denzel Curry follows up on 2016’s Imperial and last year’s teaser EP 13 with what may be one of hip-hop’s best records this year, TA13OO. The […]
August 12, 2018

TV Review: Wellington Paranormal

I can only assume that TVNZ’s hotly anticipated new police-based reality television show Wellington Paranormal is massively popular, because I personally really like it. The show […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre Review:  HIR

HIR, pronounced “here” meaning neither he or she, nor him or her, explores an American household where gender and gender roles have been turned upside down. […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre Review: Near Death Experience

TW:  The play is about depression and the fallout of a young woman’s attempted suicide and this review also discusses these topics This shit was intense. […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre review: Burn Her

Burn Her is an absolutely explosive political thriller and I loved every single minute of it. The latest work by Playwright Sam Brooks represents a departure […]
August 12, 2018

Film review: Mission Impossible – Fallout

If nothing else, the latest Mission:  Impossible movie proves that Tom Cruise is unquestionably still a movie star. Now closer to 70 than 40, he’s still […]
August 12, 2018

Film review: Climax

The objectionable cinematic provocateur Gaspar Noe has once again thrust his creative vision into the festival scene with Climax. His latest project centres on a group […]
August 12, 2018

Arts Spotlight: Joseph Faitasi ranks the top 5 songs all identically titled ‘Let Me Love You’

Just as a disclaimer I should’ve done this 2 years ago. It would have made more sense because DJ Snake’s ‘Let Me Love You ft Justin […]
August 12, 2018

Eccentric Life Advice #17: How to Choose Fruit

The metaphorical value of fruit deserves its own, dedicated, article to properly illuminate, so this week I would rather focus on the practicalities of sampling and […]