The leaders called on Israel to ‘respect international humanitarian law’, and said Hamas has no place in the future governance of Gaza.
Phar Lap’s famous 1930 Melbourne Cup victory united Australia and New Zealand in celebration. Almost a century on, people still flock to visit his remains, on display at three different museums.
Laws regarding sex work should not be legislated based on personal moral beliefs. They should prioritize the safety of sex workers and their clients.
One way to prevent the destruction wrought by a devastating earthquake – like the one that hit Morocco in September 2023 – is to construct resilient homes and buildings.
Outgoing New Zealand MP Jamie Strange used his valedictory speech to propose a trans-Tasman political union. Wondering how that might work reveals just how different the two countries really are.
African teams take the football world cup by storm.
NATO gets the headlines, but the Five Eyes alliance is another close connection between key Western powers, and it may expand.
The US national team is the favorite going into the tournament in New Zealand and Australia. But growth in the global game has seen others catch up.
It’s the biggest sporting event in Australia since the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Throughout last winter, 81% of homes in a new study were colder than the recommended minimum – the coldest fell to a minimum hourly average of 5 degrees. Cold homes can have deadly consequences.
The proposed Voice to Parliament is a First Nations advisory body. The way New Zealand have ensured Māori representation in Parliament could be a better way to approach Indigenous self-determination.
Both countries have accepted very few Rohingya refugees to date, but new research suggests most Australians and New Zealanders are willing to resettle more.
Aotearoa’s arts and cultural sector remains on an emergency footing following the last three years of pandemic disruption.
The west of Ireland, like many scenic locations, provides the perfect backdrop for films.
When it comes to cleaning up land contaminated by toxic waste, we can follow nature’s example before humans populated the earth.
Jacinda Ardern’s style of politics drew international attention.
Female leaders tend to open people’s perceptions of what is possible for other women in politics – but the job is also still fraught with double standards and unique risks.
Successive Japanese administrations have tried – and largely failed – to reduce urban overcrowding for 70 years.
Australia’s approach is welcome but doesn’t go far enough. New Zealand’s plans are much bolder. Here’s how they compare.
Douglas Rushkoff’s Survival of the Richest is less about tech billionaires and their ‘bonkers’ escape plans than it is an entertaining primer on the various ills of late capitalism.