Understanding the 'New IRA', Who Sent Explosives Around the UK
The dissident group recently took responsibility for the four packages found around the country, and another – as-yet un-located – parcel.
We Asked Cook Islanders If The Cook Islands Should Change Its Name
“It continues to perpetuate the colonial hold on us.”
How the Protest Art of The Pacific Sisters Forged a Space in a City of Outsiders
Nearly thirty years after they formed in Auckland, The Pacific Sisters come home.
Filipino Food In Wellington Is Moving From Its Enclaves Into The Mainstream
"Centuries of colonialism have trained Filipinos to adjust to the dominant culture, and we risk becoming invisible to the people whose ways we embrace."
Here Are the Remnants of a 20th Century Human Zoo
Jardin d’Agronomie Tropicale stands as an eerie reminder of Europe's dark colonial past.
Australia Really Was Colonised by a Bunch of Criminals—Here Are Five of Them
Back in 1788, stealing a roll of lace would get you sent over to Australia.
Should the Catholic Church Recognise a 'Queer Saint'?
A look inside the campaign to make the church recognise what may be the first homophobic execution in Brazil.
Do We All See the Man Holding an iPhone in This 1937 Painting?
Wait for it.
Leilani Tamu on the Blood Sport That is New Zealand Politics
In the wake of Metiria Turei's exit, the Green Party candidate reflects on how the former leader challenged the traditional political system.
Australia’s Early Colonists Were Sex-Crazed Freaks
In his books "Girt" and "True Girt," author David Hunt explores Joseph Banks' passion for swinging, among other historical oddities.
Why Britain Needs to Teach Colonial History in Its Schools
We spoke to Indian MP and author Shashi Tharoor about his new book, 'Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India'.
Britain Has Never Faced Up to the Shame of Empire
Nearly half of Brits think they should be proud of their colonial heritage.