Welcome back to life at Covid-19 Alert Level 1. We have been here before and we are in no hurry to go back to where we were.
With the general election just around the corner, New Zealanders have waited with a degree of anticipation for political parties to release their tax policies in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic...
A fundamental principle of hospice and palliative care is to neither hasten nor postpone the natural progression of death, writes Doug Lilly.
Those who have spent years advocating for oral health services to be properly funded from the public purse to allow equitable access must wonder if that day will ever come.
The law governing elections is absolutely riven with inconsistencies, implausibilities and impracticalities, as anyone who has had to grapple with the Electoral Act 1993 can tell you.
CHRISTCHURCH: The pillaging of overseas cargo, which has been particularly rife during the past two or three years, has now, so far as importations from New York and the Eastern ports of America...
The University of Otago should be heartened by the response to now-abandoned talk of capping how many students it accepts into medicine using its Mirror on Society selection policy.
It is time to hold tobacco companies to account for environmental harms, write Janet Hoek, Richard Edwards and Andrew Waa.
We knew it was coming from the first weeks of the Covid-19 lockdown but that does not mean the sting was removed from the all-but-inevitable news.
Well done, Aotearoa. You are doing your bit to highlight and revitalise one of the official languages of this beautiful whenua.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne; pro-vice-chancellor Prof Paul Brunton; director Maori development Tuari Potiki; and director pacific development Dr Tasileta Teevale...
The pings, dings and electronic whistles some of us heard over afternoon tea on Monday were the sound of an economic boost that seemed a long time coming.
The spread of Covid-19 to almost every region of the planet is inciting radical new socio-economic measures. Neville Peat contemplates what the reset might look like.