Susan Strongman is an Auckland-based journalist at The Wireless. She is interested in social issues, human rights and people, but likes to spend her spare time with her cats.
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Microbeads, those tiny bits of plastic in make-up, are finally set to be banned
This is a good move for our oceans.
Carrie Fisher: Actor, writer and smasher of the patriarchy
We pay our respects.
2016 in cats
TGIF guys, here are five sweet cat stories from this year. You're welcome.
Can lady vets hack it?
Massey University's chancellor says woman vet graduates are two-fifths of a full-time equivalent vet. But he didn't mean to cause offence.
Will the Bill and Paula Show be any good?
We ask political commentators Ben Thomas, Carrie Stoddart-Smith and Stephanie Rodgers what to expect now that there's a new prime minster in the House.
NZ's next prime minister will be Bill English
John Key's right-hand man has no more opponents.
Where the MPs running for PM stand on five controversial issues
We check their records on abortion, marriage equality, weed, prostitution and euthanasia.
Five John Key gaffes immortalised as gifs
With John Key’s announcement today that he will step down as New Zealand’s Prime Minister, we look at the gifs his eight-year reign will be remembered by.