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.
What a very strange lot we are, Paul Gorman writes, as he tries to make sense of the modern world, with your help.
Among those at the Wellington commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the Wahine tragedy yesterday, there would have been quite a few who noticed the appropriateness of the weather.A freezing...
With much of Western Europe and the British Isles now lying under a thickening blanket of snow, I've had several people asking me if we are likely to get a "beast from the east" here this winter.
It's the end of another busy week here in the WWT office and we have a few stories to get through before thinking how best to spend the weekend.
The Government will look into an apparent double-up in which New Zealanders are paying millions of dollars a year to support two national weather forecasting agencies.
Oh my goodness, what has this column unleashed with its criticism of the "Happy Holidays'' wrapper around the base of the Christmas tree in Dunedin's Octagon?
I'm happy to confess publicly I'm a weather nut. Who knows why we're interested in what we are, but there you go, the weather has been a major part of my life, writes Paul Gorman.