Monday 13 July
|The Spinoff||11 hr|
How the mosque shooter can be stopped from spreading hate at his sentencing
Today’s news that the mosque shooter will represent himself at his sentencing next month has raised fears he plans to use it as a platform for his hateful views. But the judge may have other ideas, write Otago University professors Danica McGovern and Andrew Geddis.
Live updates, July 13: SFO investigating Labour donations; 30 deportees returning this week
Only two things can rescue Todd Muller and the National Party now
Our ethnic communities are not the government’s free translation service
The people have spoken: we want a Matariki public holiday
It’s long past time we officially recognised the Māori new year on Māori land, writes Laura O’Connell Rapira.
Auckland desperately needs shovel-ready funding, and it needs it now
Whakamā: fighting the taniwha of shame
I got kiss cam’d at Eden Park and it was truly horrible
One step closer to home: We cast a New Zealand version of The Chase
New Zealanders can’t get enough of The Chase, so why can’t we have our own version? And what would a homegrown version of the quiz show look like anyway?
Election 2020: The case to make this the filthiest contest of all time
Last on the list: I felt scapegoated, so became political. And Act was the only choice
The quiet hours: in praise of supermarket serenity
So many festivals, too many men: An urgent message for festival bookers
Review: High school basketball doco To the Line needs more minutes on court
Are you lost, baby girl? Fear and fantasy in Netflix’s 365 Days