Are Maori seats in Parliament a historical anomaly, or do they continue to have a purpose, asks Lachy Paterson.
Foreign ownership of New Zealand homes has been a flashpoint for many people as they watch house prices soar in Auckland and Queenstown.
This sounds like a leg-pull, but I read the Germans have invented a new word spelled Verzweiflungschokoladenkonsum, writes John Lapsley.
New Zealand rugby fans will soon have to make some decisions about how they watch their favourite game.
A civil jury in San Francisco created history when it awarded $NZ440million to a groundsman who said his lymphoma resulted from years of applying Monsanto's trademarked Roundup herbicide.
What do people want Central Otago to be like in 30-odd years' time, Paul Gorman asks. Should large-scale development continue at pace, or is it time to call a halt?
The women of Saudi Arabia are being granted new freedoms, increased independence and autonomy, but Gina Barreca fears some countries may be stuck in reverse.
As a perpetually bored young millennial, there's nothing I like more than scrolling endlessly through social media, refreshing Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat over and over again until my...
The Soldiers' Mothers' League, Auckland, has again communicated with the Minister of Defence on subject of the treatment of shell-shock cases.
It may be that no amount of travel expenditure will convince New Zealanders that Simon Bridges is the right man to lead the country.
A deputation consisting of Messrs Charles Todd (representing the Otago Expansion League), R A. S. Cantrell (Otago A. and P. Society) and James Begg (Sheep Owners’ Union of Employers) waited on the...
The Government has pledged to rid the country of single-use plastic shopping bags over the next year, a move already being undertaken by some supermarkets.
The biggest event on every dairy farmer's calendar is finally here, writes dairy farmer and Southern Rural Life columnist Bruce Eade.