Reports many are struggling to buy into Dunedin’s hotter-than-hot housing market are all too easily dismissed as outliers by those used to living in a city long considered an affordable...
Transition from century-old mining privileges needs a firm policy base, writes Niall Watson. Otago rivers deserve that.
A new dam at the head the Manuherikia Valley is an elegant solution to water flow and supply issues in Central Otago, NZ First MP Mark Patterson writes.
Oamaru: The recent United Friendly Societies picnic train from Oamaru to Timaru carried 2000 persons, including many women and children.
Cousin took a DNA test? Courts could use it to argue you are more likely to commit crimes, write Allan McCay and Christopher Lean.
US President Donald Trump’s refrain that he is victim of a witch hunt falls short when considered in their historical context, writes Philip C. Almond.
What is it about some words that makes them more difficult to say than others? After all, a word is only a few consonants strung together around a vowel or two.
The residents of Paradise were to-day startled by the unusual sound of a motor car (telegraphed a correspondent yesterday).
Celebrity concern about the Australian bushfires could do more harm than good — to help, they need to put boots on the ground, write Gabrielle Walters, Judith Mair and Monica Chien for The...
The corporate brand makeover is an important part of every marketer and brand expert’s arsenal. But what makes a company splurge on a new name, logo or website? Brent Melville finds out what’s in a...
It is time for Dunedin residents to put their thinking caps on about the city's waterfront development, writes heritage developer Stephen Macknight.
Boris Johnson should not seek protection for UK military personnel accused of war crimes, argues Nick Cohen.
Bushfires are increasing in intensity and duration, and Australia must be smart with its rebuilding policy, write Mark Maund, Kim Maund and Thayaparan Gajendran.
When Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed got the Nobel Peace Prize last year for ending his country’s 20-year military confrontation with neighbouring Eritrea, Donald Trump got quite cross.
It is not unusual to read articles or view television items about the exciting next big thing in cancer treatment or diagnosis.
Something is rotting in Delhi, argues Mathew Zacharias, a retired anaesthetist from Mosgiel, visiting India.