Opinion

Poor, poor pitiful me cheered in an instant

A wave and a smile can work like magic, writes GinaBarreca.

More to conflict than religious clashes

Hateful ideologies are easier to recognise in other peoples than in ourselves, writes Maurice Andrew.

Why are things that fry your brain available?

Why are things that fry your brain available?

Dunedin resident Linzy Forbes explains how legal highs almost killed him.

Disciples' accounts of Resurrection of Jesus were not invented

Christians from all prominent traditions - not just ''fundamentalists'' - believe in Jesus' bodily resurrection, writes Adam Dodds.

Ripper game, all the same

Ripper game, all the same

The weekend before last, the Royals weekend, fittingly oversaw three remarkable sporting occasions.

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