In the aftermath of Friday's shootings, there has been a lot of talk about our diversity here in New Zealand. Dr Wil Hoverd argues that we need to focus on religion in our healing following the Christchurch terror attacks.
Binary code has become more important than our genetic code argues media theorist Douglas Rushkoff. Our obsession with digital technology means we are allowing ourselves to defined by our data instead of who we are.
Despite originating in Jamaica, New Zealanders took to reggae music when it arrived on our shores. Gareth Shute of the AudioCulture website is with us to talk about the genre and it's influence on New Zealand music and culture.
We know fast fashion is big contributor to waste, clothes are made and sold in large quantities, with little thought to sustainability. How can New Zealand fashion companies ensure they are doing all they can to be ethical?
Last year we had young Wellington band Earth to Zena on New Zealand Live and we were super impressed. The group is about to record an EP of semi-unplugged versions of their songs and performs one of those for us live.
Mary Norris is one of those rare individuals who can tell you with complete authority when to use who and when to use whom. She is a copy editor for New Yorker Magazine and is known as The Comma Queen.
Tech commentator Paul Brislen says social media is complicit in the massacre in Christchurch. A video allegedly posted by the gunman was shared many times, and it took a long time for Facebook and Twitter to intervene.
Invercargill is home to the world's southernmost mosque. Yesterday more than 1,000 locals attended a vigil to support the local Muslim community and pay tribute to the 50 people who died in the terrorist attacks in Christchurch.