The great day is here, opening day, and right on cue the weather leading up to it has conspired against keen anglers everywhere.
Televising school sport could put too much focus on performance, a price too high for young athletes, write Chris Whatman and Simon Walters.
Southlanders keen to see the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter continue may have been buoyed by the increased interest in the issue during the election campaign.
Some may take a cynical and simplistic view of the University of Otago's efforts to reduce the harm from students' alcohol use.
Only a fool would write off Donald Trump in the coming United States election. But there’s a reason he is so desperate, writes American academic Michael A. Cohen.
The New Zealand Standard Time Bill introduced by the Hon G.J. Anderson, Minister of Internal Affairs, has been on the Order Paper since the early days of the session.
We lament China’s increasing bullying and belligerence. In the past few years, it has displayed an assertiveness that shows decreasing regard for the rights of others. In the process, China is...
We are not justified in using the law to stop New Zealanders choosing to use cannabis, writes Tosh Stewart.
Anyone who cannot grasp the impact of breaching the privacy of a Covid-19 patient might benefit from reading the recently released report from the Privacy Commissioner John Edwards.
The statements made by the Rev V.G.B. King in the annual report of the Men’s Mission, which he controls, and at the annual meeting of the mission as to the serious increase of immorality in this...
It came as a nasty surprise to Christchurch and, when a major earthquake happens one day in Dunedin, it will come as a shock here too.
Time is money, and every passing month seems to add more to the cost of building and buying a home in Dunedin.
As we mark Mental Health Awareness Week, it is worth revisiting a report earlier this year that highlighted a potential looming crisis in the wake of Covid-19.
It was billed as the night the election campaign would heat up, but the first debate between Labour leader Jacinda Ardern and National leader Judith Collins struggled to simmer.
Our border is the first line of defence against the global pandemic and it is crucial it is sustainably managed for our long-term safety and future prosperity.
Cafes have a history dating back to 16th-century Constantinople. From there they spread across Europe but took a bit longer however to reach New Zealand.