Welcome back after what has been a very busy weekend around the region, and in Dunedin especially, writes Paul Gorman.
The march of the Land Girls, in white smocks, in the Lord Mayor’s parade, London.
Keeping secrets from the public — or as those guilty of that action would prefer to put it, withholding information for various, sometimes tenuous, reasons — is one of the first worrying steps...
The British Army on the Western Front: Soldiers on a bathing parade at the sea coast.
Health Minister David Clark may soon have another pay equity issue to decide as the midwifery service in Wanaka, and other parts of the south, lurches close to crisis.
Coast to Coast registration, Kumara Racecourse, Thursday, February 8.
Carlos Biggemann’s ‘Carnaval de Oruro’ exhibition opening, Lakes District Museum, Queenstown, Friday, February 9.
Brighton Club fishing competition, Saturday, February 10.
Tuki Festival, Glendhu Bay, Wanaka, Saturday, February 10.
A group of visitors and pupils at the opening of John McGlashan College at Maori Hill, Dunedin.
The resignation of Jacob Zuma, the president of South Africa, has cleared the way for Cyril Ramaphosa to become the country’s leading politician after days of ANC infighting.
The Christian season of Lent began this week, writes David Tombs.
Who is the most famous person you’ve travelled with, asks Paul Gorman?
Siberia has become Quarantine Island.
Dunedin is welcoming back the many thousands of students who bring with them a vibrancy the city enjoys for nine or 10 months each year.
There was a large number of representative citizens at the opening ceremony of the John McGlashan College, which took place on Tuesday morning.
The decision to chlorinate Glenorchy’s water has the potential to be met with wide discontent, writes Adan E. Suazo.
A recent Newshub Reid Research poll has revealed that the vast majority of New Zealanders support euthanasia.
Bill English will leave Parliament with an unfilled legacy, and attributes he will receive credit for only after he leaves.
Two men, Pitts and Choate, who escaped from Germany, had many thrilling experiences. Pitt said: ''Choate was responsible for the arrangements to escape.