Opinion

Vexing when distance shows its tyranny

Vexing when distance shows its tyranny

In a city the size of Dunedin, finding any item that is not commonplace can be irritatingly difficult.

I spy with my little computer

The judge who stamps spooks' requests to bug your phone calls is in bed with a dose of Alzheimer's he caught from the PM. I've been asked to mind the shop.

World needs to heed Cyclone Pam's message

World needs to heed Cyclone Pam's message

Rebecca Barber, from the Save the Children Fund, says international efforts to reduce natural disaster risks are profoundly disappointing.

The chain: buy tickets, get shows

The chain: buy tickets, get shows

It is now up to locals to snap up the tickets for Fleetwood Mac at Forsyth Barr Stadium if they are ''thinking about tomorrow'', writes Murray Stott.

The unbridled joy of owning (part of) a racehorse

The unbridled joy of owning (part of) a racehorse

This is a story about greed, corruption, insanity and the immaturity of youth. It is almost pointless to add that a story with these features could only involve horse racing.

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