Given last week’s tragedy in Christchurch, Rachel Elder urges people to embrace their neighbours during this week’s Neighbours Day Aotearoa.
Should New Zealand’s response to the Christchurch terror attacks be primarily anchored to national security? asks Sanjana Hattotuwa.
I feel unable to write about the events in Christchurch last week - nor am I able to write about anything else.
"House Hunger'' exists in Wellington to an extent probably greater than ever before (says the Dominion).
White nationalists, Islamophobes and other hate groups openly extol a clear goal - to separate ''them'' from ''us''. In the wake of Friday's terrorist attack, it seems prudent to confront the myth...
COMMENT: After this terrible tragedy, let's be honest, for once. White supremacy is a part of us, a dark power in the land. In its soft version, it looks bland and reasonable, writes Dame Anne Salmond.
New Zealanders will use the Christchurch terror attack to strengthen their connections with one another, writes Dunedin’s Kate Oktay.
Official despatches from Russia state that M. Ducherse, formerly French Consul at Petrograd, has revisited Russia. He reports that the military and civil power of the Bolshevists is declining.
As well as the horror, grief and solidarity stemming from Friday's terror attack, further issues have been thrust into focus. One of those issues, and one the Government is determined to act on rapidly, is gun control.
One form in which St. Patrick's Day is honoured is by holding a concert, and that form was followed last night, when a programme of music was presented in His Majesty's Theatre.
The illusion that New Zealand is immune from the horrors and violence of global politics has been shattered.
"It is an obvious fact that rates derived from a population of 2460 people are not going to be enough to pay for the establishment and maintenance of services." So said an editorial in Queenstown...
When you are a politician, even something as mundane as choosing a coffee mug can become accidentally significant.
Two more sections on Clifton have been taken up by returned soldiers (says the Clutha Leader). The unoccupied land on this settlement has been largely availed of by farmers whose grass fields and...
Today, around the country and around the South, children will be forgoing school for the School Strike 4 Climate protest. The global movement today's event is part of stems from last year's well...