It is time to develop a Dunedin transport plan the public will embrace, writes Jules Radich.
The work of Ratana, the Maori faith healer, continues to attract great attention not only among the Maoris, but also the Europeans, and a private secretary is kept going hard answering scores and...
When you accelerate in an electric car it gathers speed rapidly. It would be positive if the numbers of electric vehicles took off this year in similar fashion.
Darren Lovell’s piece about Queenstown’s stampeding elephant and how local businesses are hurting. Now let’s address some of the misconceived comments about tourism and business in a Covid-19 world, writes Brett Duncan.
Those of us who have been merrily swiping and clicking for years will not be perturbed cheques are expected to have checked out in New Zealand by the middle of this year.
Politics is something that has largely happened elsewhere for the previous five weeks, something for which we should all probably be very grateful.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will preside over her first Cabinet meeting of the year next week, when she and her ministers will consider the Government’s agenda for the year ahead.
Patent rights, national self-interest and the wealth gap are the big barriers to global vaccination, Ilan Noy and Ami Neuberger write.
MR Mercer of the Aero Transport Company, Timaru, left Dunedin on Sunday afternoon in the Avro machine for Invercargill, taking Mr Mayo as a passenger. The company will be giving passenger flights...
Is a vegan diet healthier? There are five reasons why we can’t be sure, write Keren Papier, Anika Knueppel and Tammy Tong.
The nightmare is officially over. The appalling United States presidency of Donald Trump has finished. Joe Biden is in charge of the most powerful and most influential nation on earth.
There are few surprises in the second report from the independent panel set up by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to evaluate the international health response to Covid-19.
I met my husband at a wedding in Opotiki 24 years ago. I was a bridesmaid and he was a groomsman. Gin helped the beginning of the love match and a lot more than gin has helped him put up with me...
Sometimes, you need to make peace to make progress. And could sport, in that regard, provide a lesson for all of us?
London is full of Pops. From the area around City Hall to parts of the Olympic Park, there are dozens of "privately owned public spaces" — places that appear to be public but are owned by private...
EDITORIAL:The Dunedin City Council’s plan to turn George St into a slow one-way street raised serious concerns about retail and central city viability, but there is a bigger threat looming.
Are too many online meetings and notifications getting you down? Olga Kokshagina looks at what we have learnt during the pandemic.
A man with a long thirst which refused to be slaked in the usual way, went into a Chinese fruiterer’s shop in George Street last evening to try the effect of a pound of apricots, which cost him...