Those who have been waiting for this Government to do something bold will have been buoyed by yesterday’s major announcement of a shake-up to the health system.
I am a researcher and lecturer in animal-human relationships in social services within the social work programme at the University of Otago.
There is something jarring about hearing millions of our taxpayer dollars are going to subsidise behemoth Amazon for its Lord of the Rings television series being filmed here.
Sure they’re comfortable, but those leggings and sports bras are also redefining modern femininity, find Hamilton academics Julie E. Brice and Holly Thorpe.
Tea growing is associated with hot climates and high altitudes in places like China, India, and other Asian, South American and African countries.
A man who worked with Iain Gallaway in the last 10 years of the late broadcaster’s career said he was the consummate professional.
You know it’s a strange week in politics when the normally mild-mannered Liz Craig is at the centre of the biggest storm.
Athletes dispute championshipA protest was lodged by the Pacific Harrier Club against the awarding of the Otago Championship Banner to the University Club, on account of the points gained by a...
In my last column, I wrote about asking what type of director you want to be and taking lessons from observing others.
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission has the authority and powers to lead effective and constructive systemic change, writes Warwick Brunton.
The sudden death of convicted murderer Venod Skantha on Wednesday was no doubt greeted with satisfaction by many, that a doctor who killed a teenager in a brutal and heartless manner was no more.
What moral frameworks will we use to shape our future economic models and practices, asks Andrew Shepherd.
This seems like a good time to be waiting patiently at the station, wondering when the next train will arrive — or indeed if it will arrive at all.