British Prime Minister Theresa May is being described as a dead PM walking, given the huge challenges she faces this week.
Port Chalmers, the islands and part of the lower harbour from near the Upper Junction. - Otago Witness, 17.7.1918.
Michelle Lomax pleads, for her daughter’s sake, for the Southern District Health Board to continue the ketamine programme.
Richard Jackson and Kevin Clements explain why they Dunedin needs a memorial to conscientious objectors.
Should white fans rap along to the n-word at a Kendrick Lamar concert, asks Tara Colley. US rapper Lamar's Australasian tour began last week and he performs in Dunedin tomorrow night.
Increases in the New Zealand minimum wage to $20 an hour by 2021 could be the catalyst for a turnaround in wage inflation in New Zealand. Business editor Dene Mackenzie reports.
Queenstown developer Alistair Porter appears determined to build a private hospital in the town, with or without outside investment from medical industry players such as Southern Cross.
Otago boys of the 4th platoon, A company, 42nd Reinforcements in camp. Standing (from left): W.F. Stark, Roy McDonald, L.E. Wilson, J. Ramsay. Sitting: A. Scoles, R.L.G. Barclay, M. Barclay, W. McLeod.
Welcome to the last What's With That of the week - in fact the last one until a week on Monday. I am sure the lack of a column next week saddens you as much as it does me.
Last week, the Auckland City Council banned Canadian far-right internet personalities Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux from using council-owned venues for a speaking tour. The decision carries...
Gerald Cunningham (ODT, 10.7.18) expresses doubt about the proposed Dunedin memorial to those who opposed conscription in World War 1, but his doubts do not seem to be based on historical fact.
Heard about Jonah and the whale? The stroppy Jew tossed overboard into the Mediterranean, swallowed by a sea monster, then vomited on to a beach?
Sir Thomas McKenzie was recently interviewed by the Empire News, Manchester, on his demand that the State should take steps to protect soldiers from the class of women who hang about the camps and...
Yesterday was one of those days where we can all walk just a little taller, feel proud of humanity and realise good news - really good news - does in fact happen.