It must be autumn - the first of your photographs of the spectacular colours now unfurling across Otago have arrived in the What's With That office.
Gina Barreca laments her lack of post-apocalyptic life skills.
I'm in the exceedingly fortunate position of not worrying about my postgraduate education costs; I have a scholarship that pays my fees and accommodation over the next few years.
New and developing technologies create all sorts of opportunities, threats and issues. And so it is with remote-piloted aircraft, or drones as they are known.
Portuguese troops lined up in a wood on the Western Front. - Otago Witness, 24.4.1918.
The autumn colours often seem to come into their pomp about Anzac Day.
New Zealand must plan to take the right risks for our regions, writes Julian Wood.
Peter Matheson ponders the relationship between religion and war.
The gallery of soldiers' portraits now in process of formation, and ultimately destined to become part of the National War Museum, is attracting a great deal of attention among visitors to the...
Tens of thousands of New Zealanders this morning stand in silence, paying their respects to Kiwis who died in battle during the Gallipoli landings more than 100 years ago. They also honour those...
Absolutes are something journalists are generally cautious of and try to avoid. No matter how certain you are that something is the biggest, the oldest, the first time it's happened or whatever, I...
Kevin Sampson proposes measures to deal with free camping problems.
Life on the streets is hard enough without self-righteous types moralising about the ‘‘perils’’ of charity, writes Barbara Ellen.
Political commentator Colin James takes a look at the Government’s first six months in office.
Aviation in Italy: A recent photo, showing three Caproni machines in flight. - Otago Witness, 24.4.1918.
North Korean President Kim Jong-un will meet his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in on Friday as a first step in the reconciliation between the two nations.
Welcome to another Monday morning, and better late than never when it comes to our first item today.
A group of Otago boys in A Company at the 39th Reinforcements segregation camp at Trentham.
A 53-gun salute in London’s Green Park marked the formal opening of the Commonwealth heads of government meeting with a ceremony in the ballroom at Buckingham Palace.
China pledges further opening up to the world, writes Wang Zhijian, the Chinese Consul-general in Christchurch.