Victoria Kelly writes in defence of Apra’s gender-affirmative policy in response to Irian Scott (ODT, Opinion, 21.9.17).
While politicians dance their coalition gavotte, there is time to ponder big issues.
The Albany Street School band, winners of the A Grade fife and drum contest at the Dunedin Competitions Society's annual festival. - Otago Witness, 16.9.1917.
Angela Merkel has secured a fourth term as German chancellor but the rise of the far-right Alternative Fur Deutschland (AfD) party marks the first time in nearly 60 years an openly nationalist...
The department of politics at the University of Otago celebrates 50 years of teaching and research this year. This is the ninth in a series of reflections on politics during the past 50 years. This...
Some men of the First Otago Battalion at St Omer, France, just before the battle of Messines. Back row (from left): Lance-corporal J. B. Swick, Privates J. Massey, R. W. Ward, W. Lynn. Front row: Privates K. Morrison, S. F. Steel, A. H. Brown. Private Ward is a nephew of Sir Joseph Ward.
Many promises were made during the recently-completed election campaign and not all of them will be kept.
Make no mistake, language is a powerful tool.
A North Auckland pastoral scene, near the head, Herekino Harbour.
Only a foolhardy person would predict the result of the election tomorrow. The polls have been all over the place.
Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow, writes Sharmin Bala.
A charming South Island lake scene: Lake Kanieri, West Coast.
It would be fair to say the south of the country has had the pick of the farming weather at present.
Music, and for that matter merit, should not play second fiddle to gender ideology, writes Irian Scott.
Today is World Alzheimer’s Day, 107 years after it was first named in a dry chapter on ‘‘Presenile and Senile Dementia’’ in the 8th edition of Emil Kraeplin’s Handbook of Psychiatry. Liz Breslin...
CHANGES to Dunedin bus routes were always going to cause problems, no matter what the Otago Regional Council decided. Unfortunately, people get used to familiar surroundings and a bus going past a...
A contingent of 371 sick and wounded soldiers, comprising 15 officers and 356 other rank, and six nurses, arrived in New Zealand on Sunday, and yesterday the Otago men, to the number of 60, were...
The dispute over the future of a Shag Point roadside memorial to Dunedin man Riley Baker is regrettable.
The South Dunedin branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union met on Thursday afternoon. The president (Miss M'Carthy) gave an address on the teaching of sex hygiene as part of Nature study.
I have been part of small company culture for more than 10 years and love the fact every person in our business has the ability to influence our culture in small but often meaningful ways.