If the Australian High Court decides against ministers with dual citizenship, could their decisions in office be challenged? Anne Twomey investigates.
The good news for Labour at its campaign launch on Sunday was Jacinda Ardern: sure-footed, traditional-and-modern and an overflow crowd ranging from fired-up to goggle-eyed.
There is undoubtedly excitement, satisfaction and relief after the Government's release of its (more than 100-page) indicative business case for the Dunedin Hospital rebuild and announcement of...
French boy scouts cultivating waste land on an island in the Seine to grow produce. - Otago Witness, 15.8.1917.
With all the issues about Dunedin Hospital, we could do with a complete rethink of health service provision, writes Hilary Calvert.
As best I recall, it was the year 2000 when Mrs Harvey, the majestic Mayor of Mosman, presented me a potted wattle, and urged me to go forth, and plant the creature in my yard, writes John Lapsley.
Having inadequacies in relation to water access and quality in an OECD country like New Zealand is inexcusable, writes Adan E. Suazo.
One of the German trenches captured by the French on the Hindenburg Line. — Otago Witness, 15.8.1917.
Sir Colin Meads was a giant not just on the rugby field but in New Zealand history.
America co-operating with the Allied armies in France: a huge contingent of Red Cross ambulances drawn up for inspection before leaving for the front.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that power tends to corrupt.
Destruction by German artillery fire in Arras, Northern France.\
FIigures released yesterday by Irrigation New Zealand included bad news for Otago when it comes to funding being taken in irrigation tax for "Clean Rivers".
When life is hard going, we can learn from Martin Luther, writes Tim Cooper.
When I was 6, my family moved to Mangonui, a little fishing village in Doubtless Bay. Besides the world-class fish and chip shop and the clouds of sprats flying around under the surface of the...
The operational management of the public hospitals has not kept pace with the growing capability of clinical services, writes Rob Ebert.
Goodwill abounds for plans for small-scale chocolate manufacturing in Dunedin.
Those who urge the need for action in the direction of reducing the incidence of dental disease among the young people of the dominion have an unanswerable argument.
For all the criticisms, few can argue the political arena has been tedious of late.
‘‘Doing’’ helps alleviate anxiety, so Breton Dukes is writing to new Labour leader Jacinda Ardern with a suggestion about thinking big.