Despite the central plank of New Zealand First's re-election strategy being launched in Gisborne yesterday, the $3billion provincial growth fund, the party may well struggle to survive at the next...
Education Minister Chris Hipkins seems determined to change the face of New Zealand education at every level, convinced he and his teacher union backers have the answers to questions yet to be asked.
An attempt has been made to arouse public sympathy in favour of the 14 conscientious objectors who were shipped on a transport one evening many months ago and taken away from New Zealand.
With D-Day looming for the National Party to replace Bill English as leader, Dunedin-based writer and educator Fraser Body offers these tips for the party's MPs.
Dunedin people are set to have the time of their lives this Easter, writes historian and theologian Peter Matheson.
News the royal albatross have struggled to successfully raise chicks at Taiaroa Head this season due to unusually high temperatures is cause for concern.
It's the end of another busy week here in the WWT office and we have a few stories to get through before thinking how best to spend the weekend.
Good to get that nasty Cyclone Gita out of the way. It was a vicious storm that has made life miserable for a million or more New Zealanders from Taranaki as far south as Otago.
Martial arts can improve your attention span and alertness, writes Ashleigh Johnstone.
The Government has released the text for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement which was renamed last year but largely remained the same.
The cool store which is being built by the Otago Dairy Producers' Cool Storage Company at the end of the Victoria wharf is now practically completed, a portion of the roofing only remaining to be...
Proposals prepared by the finance and reserves committee for the development of Lake Logan were adopted by the Dunedin City Council at a meeting last night.
Animal rights activists are increasingly vocal in their protests about New Zealand rodeos, saying the sport has had its day.
You can tell ODT colleague John Fridd’s photograph of one of his favourite camping sites, at the St Bathans domain, wasn’t taken yesterday. Just look at that gorgeous blue sky.
Queenstown’s traffic issues need action rather than talk, writes Joss Miller.
An incident not at all uncommon in connection with flying at the front, we are told, is for an aviator to lose his way in a fog or storm.
United States President Donald Trump has lashed out at the FBI for missing signs that may have prevented the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida, shooting in which 17 pupils were murdered...
Sunflowers are so yesterday. It seems we are now moving on from a profusion of these sunny messengers into the more exotic world of agaves.
It's an ancient story but when Groucho Marx resigned from The Friars Club in Beverley Hills, he said he couldn’t, in conscience, belong to any club that would have him as a member, John Lapsley.
Gene Sharp was the most important thinker you have never heard of.