Just a short column for you today. I seem to have picked up some bug or other that's going round the office and I've just popped in for a few hours. I feel like I want to go to sleep - though, as...
The rabbit stories keep bounding into my email inbox, thank you very much.
Icy southerlies are often a feature of winter in the South, but what happened to the usual polar blasts this year?
I'm not planning on delving into politics again today, but thanks for the calls and emails expressing similar sentiments about the lynch-mob approach to Dunedin South MP Clare Curran's departure...
A few more recollections of how the 7.1-magnitude Canterbury earthquake affected people in Otago.
Private forecasting company WeatherWatch claims MetService is engaging in ''misleading advertising'' and has taken the state-owned enterprise to the Commerce Commission.
Next time you read this column it will be spring. That's despite it having already been spring for the past six weeks.
We tend to think of heritage as mostly to do with old buildings.
What do people want Central Otago to be like in 30-odd years' time, Paul Gorman asks. Should large-scale development continue at pace, or is it time to call a halt?
Can you remember your most embarrassing moments, asks Paul Gorman.
Welcome to the last What's With That of the week - in fact the last one until a week on Monday. I am sure the lack of a column next week saddens you as much as it does me.
How many of you had a great childhood tree house in your garden?
Somebody remarked to me the other night that the stories in this column of the 1952 cable-car accident in lower High St were probably putting the mockers on Dunedin's ability to reintroduce the...
We have something extra special for you today.
Since yesterday morning's column berating Dunedin South MPs past and present for their lack of voice over the closing of the NZ Post and Kiwibank there, I have been told in no uncertain terms, by...
Just was wondering if you can guess what the three people pictured here today have in common?
Your memories of Norman Kirk keep flooding in and it is just about all I can do to keep up with them. Apologies if I have not managed to return your call or reply to your email.
Paul Gorman has had a few interesting responses to his moanings about dog crap on the streets of Dunedin.
All I'll say is, I actually needed them yesterday morning. And I didn't get so many funny looks.
What a very strange lot we are, Paul Gorman writes, as he tries to make sense of the modern world, with your help.