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  • Reality TV in pubs makes economic sense

    When the season finale of Vanderpump Rules aired in the United States last week, bars across America made the very smart business move of organising viewing parties so that people could come together and wash down the absolute mess that is #Scandoval with an Aperol Spritz or three, surrounded by a bunch of friends.

  • Locals oppose Herne Bay boatshed plan

    Owners of a $22 million Auckland home, once owned by the Sultan of Brunei and a 42 Below Vodka co-founder, want to build a boatshed on the waterfront beneath their place.

  • Our sports values are likely to be exploited

    In the mythologising of sport, the games we played as children take on our highest ideals. Athletes are held up as examples of good health and good character, while their teams and competitions embody fairness, achievement and grit.

  • Junior All Whites face nervous wait

    The Junior All Whites face a nervous wait to see if they will progress to the knockout stages at the Fifa Under-20 World Cup after being thrashed 5-0 by hosts Argentina yesterday.

  • Multi-talented Kiwis hot in Hollywood

    Kiwi actors have long been known for their talents and work ethic.

  • Labour in a pickle over our economy

    With only four and a half months to run to the election, you can fairly confidently predict the economy is going to play a major role.

  • Kiwi horses fail to fly at Eagle Farm

    Kiwi-bred horses failed to fire in Brisbane yesterday, with none of the New Zealand contingent coming close to victory at Eagle Farm.

  • A record night for NZ Herald

    The NZ Herald has triumphed again at the annual Voyager Media Awards, winning Website of the Year for a record-extending fourth straight year.

  • More planning needed in development

    I love Auckland. I was born here though I did spend most of my early years in Kinloch and Taupō. I moved back here in 1992. I have lived on the North Shore, in the city centre and West Auckland. I support the Blues and I fish in the Hauraki Gulf. I love the two coastlines, the views from North Head and how diverse our population is.

  • Sepuloni draws super battle lines

    As far as campaign policies go, Labour’s announcement it will keep the super age at 65 was the most underwhelming in some time — but it got them exactly what they wanted, and that is a war with National over super.

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