Children have fun playing sports and don’t need to satisfy adults’ ambitions, write Simon Walters and Chris Whatman.
My mother has returned from visiting my brothers who live in England. To make that trip, she was responsible for contributing more than three tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent into the atmosphere.
When Britain handed over its colony of Hong Kong in 1997, the treaty created a system known as ''one country, two systems''. Hong Kong would maintain its democracy, freedom of speech and assembly...
How we love it when someone "puts New Zealand on the map" - but how we most certainly do not enjoy it when that person tries to tell us what we should do and how we should live.
The Public Works Committee of the City Council submitted the following report to the meeting last night respecting the purchase of motor trucks for Dunedin:
Knox College has launched several initiatives to address concerns about student safety and wellbeing, writes Graham Redding.
"You can tack free speech on to any crackpot prejudice you have and suddenly you’re a lone truth-teller standing up to the hordes."
The food Health Star Rating needs major changes to make it work, write Jessica C. Lai, Alana Harrison, Hongzhi Gao and Samuel Becher.
Languages and all our cultures have equal value and can be used to praise God, writes Paul Treblico.
Nearing the end of her first year in Oxford, Jean Balchin says it can, at times, be a dark and lonely place.
Mr Lloyd George's reply to a South African Nationalist deputation, which claimed the restoration of the independence of the Orange Free State and the Transvaal, and pressed the importance of...
The departure of ANZ's New Zealand chief executive David Hisco leaves questions unanswered and creates more uneasiness about the banking industry.
OPINION: The decision to allow a Lime scooter trial on city streets was vote in favour of breaching the Human Rights Act, Lynley Hood writes.
The Government through Defence Minister Ron Mark last week announced the spending of more than $1million to buy five new Hercules aircraft.
The astonishingly varied collection of articles piled up in a corner of the railway B Shed yesterday bore unmistakable testimony to the forgetfulness of the travelling public.