To the editor: Sir, With reference to the Caledonian sports on November 26, I should like to state that after the first four little girls had danced the Highland fling the judge disappeared for...
Demonstrators often make their points by causing disruption. That is a way to win attention. Fair enough — usually.
The PhD student stipend has failed to keep pace with the minimum wage and something needs to change, write Ashley Macmillan and Jessica Calverley.
It is encouraging to read the country’s drug buying agency Pharmac is already moving to improve its decision- making to make it faster, simpler and more understandable.
Act New Zealand brings its campaign bus to town this week, although whether it will transport the public is an as yet unanswered question.
Ready, set, go. The much-vaunted traffic-light alert system, more properly called the Covid-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Lights), has been switched on.
Questions remain about whether the Otago Regional Council’s decision not to replace Marian Hobbs was a well-considered one.
Recently, I have rediscovered the joys of listening to a good audiobook as I traipse across the Oxfordshire countryside.
There is a long way to go yet, but I am convinced we could not do a worse job than our Parliament last week.
Buckle up. With less than two years until the next general election, the National Party is in for a wild ride — one party faithful hope will see it rise steeply in the polls — under its new leader...
New Zealand enters a fresh Covid era on Friday as the Government parks its “levels” and moves into the traffic light “protection” system.
The issue is a complex one. If change is proposed, it needs careful consideration and public and stakeholder consultation to ensure all options are looked at and any unintended consequences are...
A disastrous fire occurred at Winton on Monday night, resulting in the destruction of several business places, extensive damage to others, and indirectly in loss of life (says the Southland Times).