The housing "crisis" affecting many parts of New Zealand is, it seems, heading to Dunedin.
New Zealand should join the global effort to mitigate climate change. It's the rational decision, writes Elisabeth Ellis.
The Financial Intelligence Unit has estimated that more than $1billion dollars a year is generated through drug dealing and fraud in New Zealand.
The text of the Covenant of the League of Nations, now officially published, furnishes a voluminous expansion of the forecasts of the instrument that have been previously cabled.
For an experienced politician, Education Minister Chris Hipkins seems to have given very little thought to the political implications of his proposals to reform the polytechnic sector.
Public opinion shifts can be marked. What was once taboo becomes acceptable, and vice versa. Often, the change comes in a rush, and sometimes in stages. Think, in broad terms, about attitudes to...
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of meeting the esteemed journalist, lawyer, former government adviser and fellow Rhodes Scholar Ronan Farrow when he spoke for an evening in Oxford after...
Dunedin needs to think strategically about its city’s long-term transport needs, writes Jim Harland.
At a recent Science Congress in Christchurch Mr W. H. Skinner, Commissioner of Crown Lands in Canterbury, who was the author of one of the papers on afforestation impressively showed that something...
Another concert, another rush on Dunedin's accommodation sector. The global phenomenon that is Elton John will grace the Forsyth Barr Stadium stage early next year, as part of his farewell tour.
The consecration of St Paul's Cathedral will be an important event in the life of this community. It will be suggestive of many things, both great and good.
When it comes to renewable energy, New Zealand need not look further than its backyard, writes Grant Smith.
Job seekers should be given more respect by prospective employers, writes Dunedin woman Philippa Wright.