Today's Letters to the Editor from readers cover topics including the NZSO's plans for the South, the decision to repeal smokefree laws, and the tangled web in Gaza.
Dealing with the industrial life of the dominion, the president of the New Zealand Employers’ Federation Mr T. Shailer Weston sounded a warning note yesterday.
In as sure a sign as any that a new government is taking over management of NZ Inc, yesterday the www.beehive.govt.nz website — where all governmental and Cabinet announcements are aggregated — was down for maintenance.
Today's Letters to the Editor from readers cover topics including debate on the Taieri Gorge Railway, support for McDonald's in Wanaka and councillors sticking to local issues.
Miss Mavis Hillsdon-Hutton, 12 years old, was the winner of the Dunedin Tramways Band beauty carnival held at Dunedin recently. Otago Witness, 20.11.1923.
Almost before the ink was dry on the coalition agreement between National, Act New Zealand and New Zealand First, public health advocates were worried.
Today's Letters to the Editor from readers cover topics including the well-trodden path of career politicians, the ecological vandalism of dredging, and a critically endangered bird.
A sense of moral entitlement has drowned out rationality or humanity in the Gaza conflict, Peter Matheson writes.
The chairman of the Central Otago Environmental Society doth protest too much, Gerrard Eckhoff writes.
Twas the month before Christmas, when all through the House, not a politician was stirring, not even a mouse.
Today's Letters to the Editor from readers cover topics including why quality of life isn't tied to GDP growth, messy streets and unruly students, and when is a cat a pest?
No right-minded Dunedinite should propose the demise of the Taieri Gorge Railway, Duncan Connors writes.
Sir, — I am pleased to see that some of our councillors have the courage to object to the granting of a bonus of £100 to the chief inspector, who recently had £100 added to his salary.