Britain is no stranger to acts of terrorism but the latest apparent suicide bomber attack in Manchester takes terrorist activity to a new and frightening level.
Seven years have done little to diminish the defiance (arrogance?) of Australian Julian Assange.
The recent release of the Sustainable Dairying: Water Accord project provided some welcome news for New Zealanders concerned about the quality of the country's waterways.
Sorry you went partially blind.
Boosting frontline St John services in the South is welcome news. However, statements extra funding will be allocated to fund rural ambulance services need to be closely examined.
Mental health is finally being recognised as a legitimate topic of conversation in New Zealand, and not before time.
One of the gratifying features of our great little city is the wealth of diverse events and activities on offer to residents and visitors alike throughout the year; from fashion to wildlife, sport...
A bridge too far. That was clearly the National-led Government's reaction to Green Party MP Jan Logie's private member's Bill aimed at providing greater transparency and fighting gender-based pay...
The sacking of the director of the FBI by United States President Donald Trump caught the US, and the world, by surprise.
The importance of safe water supplies to communities has been clearly outlined by the panel investigating the Havelock North water contamination.
Is it too much trouble, in pursuit of truth, to see the Christian enterprise in all its diversity, and see it whole, asks Ian Harris.
There is no doubt starting school is significant in the lives of children. It is a transition which must go well.
The rising level of tobacco robberies seems to have by-passed by the powers-that-be. Or, perhaps, they are ignoring the damage being wrought across New Zealand by the rising cost of the product...
Keea, keeea. The familiar call across the valleys and ridges of the South Island mountains becomes fainter.
Newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron has a hard task, and limited time, ahead of him if he plans to pull the country out of its economic malaise.
The desperation and frustration are becoming increasingly evident in Central Otago and the Queenstown Lakes district.
Prince Philip has announced he is standing down from royal duties later this year, soon after he passes his 96th birthday.
Compared to the rest of the world, what kind of welcome will immigrants in Invercargill receive?
Where to from here? That is the obvious question in response to the Commerce Commission's decision on the proposed Fairfax NZME merger, whichever way it went. But while speculation proliferates,...
It is excellent to celebrate the success of Tuapeka Gold Print in the aftermath of the news of Cadbury’s imminent manufacturing demise in Dunedin.