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Review - The introduction of a new Doctor is always a big deal. Megan Whelan takes a look at the first woman Doctor. Video
First Person - Everyone's experience of waiting in the delivery suite is different. Megan Whelan was there to furnish bribes and comic relief, getting pastries and patting a good dog was a bonus.
Ocean's Eight could have been great, writes Megan Whelan, but it ends up just being good. Video
The Tall Blacks take on Canada today in the Commonwealth Games basketball and they're not looking any further ahead than that.
New Zealand squash star Joelle King came to the Gold Coast to take home a gold medal, and she's done exactly that.
Joelle King has won a gold medal in Commonwealth Games squash, beating England's Sarah-Jane Perry in five games.
Two New Zealanders sill vie for Commonwealth Games Gold in squash on Monday.
New Zealand's Alana Barber has won a silver medal in the women's 20km racewalk at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. Video
After the first day of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, New Zealand sits at sixth on the medal table. Video
Commonwealth Games organisers are nervous about the weather as 150 of New Zealand's athletes prepare to march in tonight's opening ceremony.
Super heavyweight lifter David Liti is looking for a podium finish on the Gold Coast. Video
First Person - Megan Whelan doesn't remember the first time she realised she was fat, but she knows how long it took to learn to be kind to herself.
The Prime Minister's announcement yesterday she is hapū gave overseas media much to chew on, writes RNZ's Megan Whelan.
The Last Jedi is the longest movie in the Star Wars franchise and at times it feels it, writes Megan Whelan.
First Person - Even at this late stage, Megan Whelan says she still doesn't quite get the America's Cup, but fortunately her brother Darren does.
Donald Trump's latest tweet contained a mysterious set of garbled letters, much to Twitter's delight. RNZ's Megan Whelan dived in.
Analysis - Gender as a topic always seems to attract abuse, as RNZ's The 9th Floor interview with Jenny Shipley shows very clearly, writes Megan Whelan.
More than 4.5 million people are estimated to have taken part in women's marches around the world, with hundreds sharing their experiences on social media.
"Talk to each other, check on your family and friends, share your experiences, don't be afraid to ask for help." Video
Tired of Trumpism and Emailgate? Megan Whelan offers some advice on how to avoid the circus that is the US Presidential election.
If you're about to go without sleep to catch the trampolining, you're going to need Megan Whelan's guide to hot takes and second screens. Video
Two things to know about Valerie Adams heading into Rio: she is vying for her third Olympic gold medal, and she is having fun doing it. Adams is one of only 9 athletes who has been a world champion at…
Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie, known as Team Jolly, won Olympic gold at London 2012 and head to the 2016 games ready to take on the Rio venue as a new challenge. Video
From later this week, we're removing comments from RNZ.co.nz. Engagement Editor Megan Whelan explains why.
As the vote to leave the EU filtered through Britain, it took most British politicians a long time to speak - or tweet. Megan Whelan rounds up the reactions.