How can a device that can be bought at your local store cause such disruption and potentially such catastrophe?
What St Kents is doing is consistent with the reality of modern professional sport, writes Andrew Gourdie.
It says more about the attitude of the boycotting schools than it does about St Kents., argues Rodney Hide.
Reports of Maggie Barry's alleged bullying probably came from someone within the National Party, it has been claimed.
The Warriors needed to send a clear message that no player was bigger than the club - even Johnson.
The Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister blundered in trying to cover for Iain Lees-Galloway's blunder, argues Rodney Hide.
The 'evil' wealthy are being picked on by Phil Twyford and his 'People's Republic of Housing', writes Mark Richardson.
Rodney Hide weighs in on Farmers sacking Santa for its Santa Parade for refusing to hire women to play the role.
They see the failure as not theirs but with those who set the exam, argues Rodney Hide.
It would be far better to deal to the problem of affordability rather than buying houses off-plan to ballot, says Rodney Hide.
From rugby's point of view, the NZ vs Japan rugby test was a success, writes Andrew Gourdie.
The Government says we should trust them – but they are making that hard, argues Rodney Hide.
Auckland showed the rest of the country what provincial rugby can be, writes Andrew Gourdie.
Councils should see the fun and the convenience in e-scooters, not just an accident waiting to happen, writes Rodney Hide.
The story of Maureen Pugh highlights how these public spats ripple out – affecting dozens for years to come, writes Rodney Hide.
Fans do not choose to support a team based on their sponsor, writes Andrew Gourdie.
The Prime Minister’s fury this week has been at petrol prices. Not the prospect of the end of life as we know it, writes Rodney Hide.
People react well to being trusted. They react badly to being kept in the dark, argues Rodney Hide.
Expecting them to pick up the shortfall with our children’s education is just unrealistic, writes Roman Travers.
Merv Smith has been a broadcaster and a personality who has left his mark on society, writes radio veteran Ewing Stevens.
OPINION: RadioLIVE’s Tony Murrell shares his recommended plants for a range of coastal conditions in New Zealand.
The first-five's lapses proved costly against the Boks, but his job is safe, says Andrew Gourdie.
The Warriors shouldn't fear anyone in the playoffs, insists Andrew Gourdie.
Another meaningless Business Confidence Survey has been released by ANZ Bank, writes Night Talk host Mitch Harris.
The women's game deserves to stand alone, insists Andrew Gourdie.
Humble beginnings aren't unusual in soul singer history but this single fact should do, writes Graeme Hill.
The Sunday Sport crew discuss the relevance of the pre-match All Blacks ritual after comments from former All Blacks that they are 'haka-ed out'.
Our national airline appears to have its head firmly wedged between two of its economy class seats, writes Roman Travers.
Risk, retreat or retire? The Kiwi boxer's career is at a crossroads, writes Andrew Gourdie.
It was a month of chaos for the world of pies, both in New Zealand and across the Tasman.
Marama Fox told RadioLIVE that cheaper period products is a step away from the humiliation of the past.
The All Blacks won't fall into the same traps that Germany did, writes Andrew Gourdie.
The All Blacks coaches are geniuses, writes Andrew Gourdie.
I want to see measures to be put in place to protect the elderly’s rights, writes Mark Sainsbury.
Elderly citizens do not deserve to be in fear of needing aged care or fear that they won’t be treated with dignity and respect, writes Corina.
It’s apparent he does not comprehend or care for the damage his comments have caused, writes Andrew Gourdie.