Over 500 community war memorials honour the more than 18,000 New Zealand soldiers who died in World War 1.
Tackling climate change will mean transporting ourselves to new ways of getting around, writes Scott Willis.
Get yourself in a state this Christmas, writes life coach Jan Aitken, just make sure it's the right one for the occasion.
The 2018 end-of-year exams began this week with candidates facing up to three further weeks of assessment, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
When there's nothing remotely interesting on TV, channelling your inner collage artist is not the answer, writes Liz Breslin.
The powerless continue to pay a price in tragedy for the wars that have beset Iraq, writes humanitarian worker and anaesthetist Dr Mathew Zacharias.
Armistice Day marks a century since the end of the Great War. But it was a peace that did not last. Bruce Munro asks ‘‘Why?’’, ‘‘Has anything changed?’’ and ‘‘What role could NZ play in the future of war and peace?’’.
Our love affair with the beach could turn to fear and rejection, Prof Doug Booth warns. But either way, we need to learn what it means to live with the beach, he tells Bruce Munro.
With daylight increasing as we head towards the summer solstice in December, the familiar winter star patterns are disappearing into sunset's vivid glow, writes Ian Griffin.
The old recipe of five days' work, involving 40 hours of graft, is giving way to patterns better suited to our lives, Alanah Eriksen writes.
Forget bouncing back; balance is the healthiest way to manage weight post-pregnancy, writes Clare Collins, Jenna Hollis, Lisa Vincze and Sian Robinson.
In this time of disinformation and deceit, having the skills to think critically is vital, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
They call it a weed in these parts. And yet I'm driving home with an eye out on the green beyond the roadside every day so I can catch it in its first bloom, writes Liz Breslin.
The moon reaches last quarter tomorrow morning. This means that the hours before and just after midnight should be just about perfect for some late-spring stargazing.