The focus in the coming months will increasingly come on those who decline to receive Covid-19 vaccinations.
The call for ratepayer submissions on the Otago Regional Council’s 10-year plan is a rather curious request as most ratepayers who do actually comply, will do so as an act of defiance rather than...
When the late Dave Cull stood down after three terms as Dunedin’s mayor, the achievements he listed are not on the surface spectacular.
Amazon has hit the local papers this month with news that it has secured a deal with the New Zealand Government.
This month’s announcement the Government will ban exporting live animals by sea by 2023 has drawn mixed responses.
A great deal of good work has been done in the past few years to bring South Islanders up-to-date with the chances of a large earthquake occurring and how best they can prepare.
It is always a time of unity, a time to come together to acknowledge those who have served, but there is something special about this Anzac Day, and the opportunity it offers to recognise the bond...
Telling all sides of New Zealand’s colonisation narrative is imperative, writes Caroline Fitzgerald.
Those who have been waiting for this Government to do something bold will have been buoyed by yesterday’s major announcement of a shake-up to the health system.
I am a researcher and lecturer in animal-human relationships in social services within the social work programme at the University of Otago.
There is something jarring about hearing millions of our taxpayer dollars are going to subsidise behemoth Amazon for its Lord of the Rings television series being filmed here.
Sure they’re comfortable, but those leggings and sports bras are also redefining modern femininity, find Hamilton academics Julie E. Brice and Holly Thorpe.
Tea growing is associated with hot climates and high altitudes in places like China, India, and other Asian, South American and African countries.