Gaming is to this generation what rock and roll was to 1960s youths.
The next general election is nearly two years away but New Zealand voters might want to start considering which way they will lean, and not just when it comes to parties and candidates.
With no idea of the power he held in his hands, 157 years ago Gabriel Read pulled gold from an Otago gully which today bears his name.
Increased confidence that cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis can be eradicated from New Zealand should be greeted with very cautious optimism.
For the first time, direct flights are to connect our southernmost city with Auckland. The Air New Zealand service will operate five days a week departing Invercargill at 6am before returning from...
Drowning is the third-highest cause of accidental death in New Zealand. It is a sobering statistic and one worth remembering as many prepare to head on holiday breaks.
Just when the world thought the United States president's behaviour could get no worse, Donald Trump unilaterally and against military and civilian advice decided to remove his country's troops...
Christmas for a lot of people is a time of expectancy. Expecting presents, expecting visitors, expecting to go away for the holidays or not, expecting to spend the holidays with family and friends...
Another summer in the South will inevitably bring another series of serious road accidents, as well as numerous ideas to address our road toll tragedy. We don't need new ideas. We need maturity.
Labour is fortunate the first of its large increases in the minimum wage has come at a time when jobs are relatively plentiful. This has meant any job losses because of the increases are being more...
Supposedly, New Zealand warrants its ranking as the world's best in last year's Transparency International's corruption perception index.
The threats and abuse from 1080 protesters at Department of Conservation staff are appalling. No matter how strongly these abusers feel, this can never be justified.
Two cases last week illustrate the impossibility of enforcing name suppressions in today’s digital world in high-profile cases.
He has the most ordinary of names but that has never been prohibitive in earning the status of Otago rugby great. Think Laurie, Kevin, David, Josh, Jeff — and now Ben.
Dunedin may finally be in line for a "destination playground", as reported in the Otago Daily Times this week.