On some social issues, the distinctions between the political parties in this Saturday's election is clear-cut. But when it comes to migration, Pasan Jayasinghe and Sahanika Ratanyake argue, progressive voters face a near-impossible choice, and some will feel a sense of betrayal.
There is a deeply entrenched tendency in New Zealand political discourse, both amongst those who make policy and those...
Matt Loveranes reviews My Accomplice's return to the Wellington stage after an 18 month hibernation, and finds an emotional and hopeful portrait of depression, anxiety and the difficult relationship between two sisters.
When I first started to actually take my theatre degree seriously, Uther Dean’s work was some of the first I clung to. He just seemed to get young people. He spoke our vernacular,...
Opinion or bigotry? Patrick Thomsen lets you know the difference.
We homosexuals have heard it all.
“Love the sinner not the sin”
“I love you, but I can’t support the lifestyle that you lead”
“I love my gay friends, but homosexuality is an abomination”
If you’re lucky enough to make it out of adolescence, somehow relatively unscathed, the best one can hope for is that the progression of one...