In the House of Representatives, Mr Holland asked a question about Miss Ettie Rout's work in Paris.
There are, on the surface, very few similarities between Scott McLaughlin and Eliud Kipchoge, but they both taught us something at the weekend about pushing ourselves to the limit.
As the two-hour marathon barrier is breached and with records tumbling every year, James Tapper explores sport’s science, skill and sheer guts.
The election of Green Party member Aaron Hawkins as Dunedin's new mayor is confirmation the majority of voters believe the city is on the right path.
The overall shape of the new Dunedin hospital is taking shape. In the first of three articles by Pete Hodgson, chairman of the Southern Partnership Group which is overseeing the construction...
Too many vulnerable people have fallen victim to loan sharks, aptly described by outgoing Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull (pictured) as a "leeching scourge".
The power of forgiveness converted the bitterest of religious enemies in Nigeria into champions of peace and tolerance. Ian Harris reports.
It is time to talk about obsessive compulsive disorder, writes the mother of a young woman diagnosed with the disorder.
The near universal delight that Dunedin is getting a new hospital has not dimmed, but this week came indications that the planning process for the $1 billion-plus project is far from unified.
The tragic death of a 19-year-old university student at a crowded party in Dundas St last weekend will have left many feeling numb and helpless.
Among his other talents, my father is a talented storyteller. So talented, in fact, that after countless bedtime stories, I would toss and turn in my bed, conjuring up all sorts of terrifying...
At a meeting of the Advisory Board of the Federation of War Relief Societies, Mr Tripp, the chairman, said that no commission to inquire into the administration of patriotic funds could do any good.
Christchurch: A conference of the committees recently set up by the Canterbury pastoralists in connection with the suppression of the kea met again yesterday.
There are few high points in the Sapere Research Group's report into the state of mental health, addiction and intellectual disability facilities at Wakari Hospital aired in this newspaper last week.