Opinion

Investors' quest for rapid gain stifling new industry

Investors' quest for rapid gain stifling new industry

Accelerating change is influencing our attitudes to vital longer-term investment, writes WarwickThompson.

Modern society blind and deaf to any signs of unpalatable truths

Our postmodernist ears are firmly glued shut, writes Peter Matheson.

Fine flat makes a happy homebody

At school they always tell you that you should never flat with your friends. Whether or not that was the only parting advice my school offered, I'm not sure, but it seems to be the only thing that stuck.

Teachers remembered long after lessons fade

''They won't remember much of what you teach them,'' I said, ''but they will remember you.''

While opposition lacks will, IS will have its way

While opposition lacks will, IS will have its way

Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu was in London last week, telling the Western media how helpful Ankara was being in the struggle against the terrorist ''Islamic State'' in northern Syria and Iraq.

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