The political situation in Malaysia is fascinating to those with an interest in world affairs.
What are we to make of the weekend’s royal wedding? Why did an audience of perhaps one to two billion people watch?
Later tonight, the most anticipated wedding of the year will take place at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, when Prince Harry marries American actress Meghan Markle.
EDITORIAL: The Government has set the tone in Budget 2018 for what it expects to be more than one term in Government.
Worthy causes abound, and right up there among the most admirable has to be the Otago Community Hospice.
The spread of the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis is wider than expected and there are indications the number of infected farms will continue to grow.
The Prime Minister stands accused of breaking a promise and there would seem some foundation in the accusation.
Dunedin has this week been the focal point of about 1500 tourism industry representatives, including hundreds of overseas visitors.
Nature can be gentle, nature can be kind. Nature can stop people in their tracks with its astonishing beauty and its jaw-dropping charm.
It is hard not to react with horror to United States President Donald Trump's announcement to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal.
Stage one of Labour's grand education plans is under way. Labour has acted on some of its election promises and now seeks to gather information.
Environment Minister David Parker is continuing his campaign to clean up New Zealand's waterways.
Reporters Without Borders’ 2018 World Press Freedom Index makes dismal reading.
The site has been chosen and the announcement has been made. The first part of what will be a long and difficult process of building a new hospital in Dunedin has begun.
After years of speculation about the future of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter, good news arrived this week for Southland and industries servicing the smelter.
Offshore suppliers of low-valued imported goods to online shoppers in New Zealand will next year be required to register, collect and return New Zealand GST.
The sudden closure of Dunedin's professional theatre has caused deep regret and sadness within the wider community.
The conviction of United States comedian Bill Cosby marked important milestones for his female accusers.
The Department of Conservation should have learned.
Plans for two major central Christchurch anchor projects — the Metro Sports Facility and multi-purpose stadium — are back on track, the Government says.