OPINION: The decision to allow a Lime scooter trial on city streets was vote in favour of breaching the Human Rights Act, Lynley Hood writes.
The Government through Defence Minister Ron Mark last week announced the spending of more than $1million to buy five new Hercules aircraft.
The astonishingly varied collection of articles piled up in a corner of the railway B Shed yesterday bore unmistakable testimony to the forgetfulness of the travelling public.
Rosa Miller, of Logan Park High School, is the winner of the Dunedin Council of Women Dawn Ibbotson Essay Competition for 2019. Here is her winning entry, What is this thing called Equality?
The establishment of a chair of history at Otago University, the necessary financial arrangements having now been completed, will be an event which all who are interested in education in this...
Brian Tidmarsh believes Dunedin residents should dare to dream of more than cockleshells, weird bridges and cycleways.
I'm visiting Sydney, where I confront the Aussie side of my soul. I grapple with the ways in which it is different, then wonder why I give a toss, writes John Lapsley.
The recent release of two different and starkly contrasting political polls generated a significant amount of news and debate over the past week. It isn't hard to see why.
Balance, calmness, consultation - all important words when it comes to analysing the proposal to rejig and regenerate the heart of Dunedin and its main street.
Today the House of Islam occupies a space somewhere between the old world and the new, say a current and a former muslim, and choices must be made. Ian Harris reports.
The people of Australia and New Zealand have been in danger of overconfidence about our democracies.
The Otago Fruitgrowers' Association's display which won first prize at the Otago Agricultural and Pastoral Association's Winter Show in Dunedin. - Otago Witness, 11.6.1919
A decade ago, Whittaker's chocolate launched an aggressive comparative advertising campaign pitched against competitor Cadbury.
The discussion at last week's meeting of the Otago branch of the Educational Institute upon a motion brought forward by a woman teacher concerning the salary attachable to the position of infant...
They are us. That sentiment became extensively promoted in the aftermath of the Christchurch terror attacks on March 15, speaking to the willingness of the wider populace to embrace New Zealand...