It is essential to tell the truth about choice at the end of life, writes Derek Alan Woodard-Lehman.
An ammunition dump blown up by the Canadians in a village occupied by the Huns.
Japan is on a collision course with New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Gerry Brownlee who yesterday expressed his concern about it trying to overturn a long-standing global moratorium on...
One small step for woman, one giant leap for womankind?
The gulf that Germany has created between herself and Great Britain through the rash pursuance of her aggressive military aims is, among many manifestations, being illustrated in the steps that are...
Banning freedom campers is short-sighted, writes Geraldine Tait.
When I woke up last Tuesday morning, I didn't expect to find myself in the hospital by the end of the day. I certainly didn't think I'd be losing an organ (my appendix) or enjoying a complimentary...
New Zealanders need to have faith in the police force, a belief that when bad things happen to them, someone will be on their side, helping to right a wrong.
The New Zealand Educational Institute, in a letter which was read at yesterday's meeting of the Otago Education Board, asked the board to urge the Government to give favourable consideration to the...
Our ageing population will have a major effect on disability-related spending, writes Samuel Murray.
Tomorrow, with the weekend's mid-ranked parties' conferences over, Labour will have another go at getting traction.
A South Dunedin hub is an important start in the area’s revitalisation, writes Tony Eyre.
Officers and N.C.O's of J. Company, 27th Reinforcements at Trentham Camp. Back row (from left): Lance-corporals Hamilton, L. Brown, Blake, Hickson, Sergeant Pemberton, Corporals Peters, H. J. Broon, Sanderson. Middle row: Corporals Spittall, D. McMillan, Ronalds, Sergeants Malcolm, Gilkison, McDermott, Corporal O'Brien, Sergeants Pinfold, Pedler. Front row: Lance-corporal Foster, Sergeants Hinton, Knaggs, Q.M.S. Jackson, Lieutenant Beggs, Lieutenant Spratt, C.S.M. Christensen, Sergeants Murray, Pollock. - Otago Witness, 18.7.1917. (The original caption also excluded someone from the back row.)
National Party campaign manager Steven Joyce must be wondering, as many voters will be, what is happening to the so-called Opposition parties' plans to present themselves as a government-in-waiting.
A renewed commitment to multilateralism is required to deal with forced human displacement, write Amy Maguire and Samuel Berhanu Woldemariam.
It is a strange thing when an announcement of $50million for vital infrastructure in Queenstown fails to make much of an impression.
Particulars received of an earthquake and tidal wave at the Samoan Group on June 25 show that there were alarming tremors extending over a period of two minutes.
A detachment of the British Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps leaving for France to serve behind the lines as clerks, shopkeepers and motor drivers.
It has been a topsy-turvy week for news from the University of Otago.
Jesus or Christ? It’s not either/or, says Ian Harris, both are central to Christianity.