Neither cheese nor fruit will be exhibited in cold storage cases at Wembley.
Currently on show in Dunedin City Library’s fascinating "The Glory of Print" exhibition, is a page of the ca.1454 Gutenberg Bible from the library’s Reed Collection.
Health and disability commissioner Morag McDowell this week revisited her scathing assessment of southern cancer services, a year on from her original, highly condemnatory report.
Today's Letters to the Editor from readers cover topics including the university's financial woes, the rates rises coming our way, and is it time to bring back working shop cats?
Grant Robertson likes a challenge, and few are much harder than the one he is about to face, turning around the University of Otago, an institution seemingly ploughing head-first towards a field of...
The annual regatta of the Ravensbourne Boating Club was held on Saturday afternoon in excellent weather, but the wind dropped rather too much as the afternoon wore on.
Today's Letters to the Editor from readers cover topics including the responsibility of government, Brent Weatherall's role on the council, and Trump
The ninth annual report of the St Kilda Public Library states that the number of subscribers is now 106. During the past year 178 books were added to the shelves, and the total number of volumes...
Newspapers have a regular store of adjectives to dig into when describing a highly critical official report: damning, slamming and scathing to select just three.
I was not surprised by Chris Trotter’s attempted take-down of Chloe Swarbrick last week in his opinion piece "Iron has entered her soul".
Today's Letters to the Editor from readers cover topics including how water services will be delivered, the high cost of rates, and the philosophy of a young whippersnapper.
Residents of Alexandra brought before the Minister the question of a railway between Kokonga and Dunback.