Dear Uncle Norm
Those who would like to see the worst excesses of the wild west which the internet is reined in may have high hopes for the work of the Christchurch Call.
Is it a rubbish argument? Or is there a fair case to say this is indeed potentially harsh treatment of a special group of young residents of the South?
Those who have been pressing for improvements to the national cervical screening programme will be pleased at the recent announcement from Associate Health Minister Ayesha Verrall.
You would be hard pressed to find an economist who would argue against the merits of fiscal responsibility and controlling government debt.
Prince George, who is now a midshipman in HMS Ajax, was a member of the party who accompanied Admiral Sir J.M. de Robeck on a visit to the Gallipoli battle area and cemeteries. The Prince went to...
How, some 25 years after accessing the internet became relatively commonplace for our teenagers, do we view the impact it is having on their lives?
The tug Dunedin, which went out of commission in April, 1918, in consequence of her boilers being condemned, is once again almost ready for active service.
My eldest son is flatting and when he comes to visit, one of the first things he does is open our fridge and moan about the price of cheese. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? I remember doing the same...
Although the Government’s decisions on "fair pay" agreements might take time to implement, the impact should not be underestimated.
With interest rates at their lowest levels in living memory and a government that seems determined to try to break New Zealanders’ love affair with property, I have noticed a significant increase...
The $100million shot in the arm for South Island communities reliant on overseas tourism may be the fillip these places need to help their planning.
New Zealand, we have frequently and famously been told, is a team of five million when it comes to the struggle with Covid-19.
Japan heir arrives in EnglandLondon, May 7: The Japanese Crown Prince Hirohito, accompanied by his Imperial Highness Prince Kanin, arrived at Spithead on board the battleships Katori and Kashima,...
Speaker Trevor Mallard has instituted a new policy in recent weeks, where each day one of his assistant Speakers reads the prayer which starts the proceedings of Parliament.