Has the book finally been closed on the Peter Thiel saga?
Japan is on a collision course with New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Gerry Brownlee who yesterday expressed his concern about it trying to overturn a long-standing global moratorium on...
One small step for woman, one giant leap for womankind?
New Zealanders need to have faith in the police force, a belief that when bad things happen to them, someone will be on their side, helping to right a wrong.
National Party campaign manager Steven Joyce must be wondering, as many voters will be, what is happening to the so-called Opposition parties' plans to present themselves as a government-in-waiting.
It is a strange thing when an announcement of $50million for vital infrastructure in Queenstown fails to make much of an impression.
It has been a topsy-turvy week for news from the University of Otago.
It's the bane of many parents’, grandparents’ and caregivers’ lives: the post-meal clean-up courtesy of babies and toddlers.
Metiria Turei, the Green Party co-leader, is never going to leave voters uncertain of her position on any issue and her latest description of New Zealand First policies is a case in point.
Meetings this week in Washington will be crucial to the future of Iraq as the United States seeks to intensify the multi-pronged campaign against Islamic State.
One significant sideline to sport is how it creates memories. Sporting highlights provide points for reminiscence, both personal and shared. They add to depth of interest and establish a context...
The combined offer last week of $35 million to help reinstate the Christchurch Cathedral could finally provide the game-changer needed to break the deadlock of the past six years.
The fuel market study, released this week, is disappointing.
Yesterday in Wellington, two different groups of people went to Parliament for exactly the same reason: to seek an apology from the State.
New Zealand's sports-crazy fans have experienced a rollercoaster of emotions lately, enjoying the highs of thrashing Jimmy Spithill in the America's Cup but then plunging the depths with a rare...
Like him or loathe him Shane Jones is back in the political limelight.
It often seems New Zealand is at constant war with animals of one kind or another. We spend significant money and resources finding ways to annihilate many of our introduced species.
The Macraes gold mine has been operating successfully in East Otago for 27 years and is likely to continue for a few more yet, judging from an optimistic mine life forecast.
If the Southerner train between Christchurch and Invercargill is to be resurrected it will have to be in a different form.
Families of the 96 men, women and children killed at the 1989 FA Cup semifinal at Hillsborough have finally come closer to justice for their loved ones.