Comment: Few leaders could imagine a more testing situation - or step up to it so well.
The illusion that New Zealand is immune from the horrors and violence of global politics has been shattered.
"It is an obvious fact that rates derived from a population of 2460 people are not going to be enough to pay for the establishment and maintenance of services." So said an editorial in Queenstown...
When you are a politician, even something as mundane as choosing a coffee mug can become accidentally significant.
Two more sections on Clifton have been taken up by returned soldiers (says the Clutha Leader). The unoccupied land on this settlement has been largely availed of by farmers whose grass fields and...
Today, around the country and around the South, children will be forgoing school for the School Strike 4 Climate protest. The global movement today's event is part of stems from last year's well...
Churches in New Zealand have a long history of taking strong positions in the public square on social justice.
Thomas Tarurongo Wynne, who is studying for a master’s degree in applied management through Otago Polytechnic’s Capable NZ programme, is based in the Cook Islands.
The official record, contained in the London Gazette, of the award of the Military Cross to Lieutenant James Alexander Roy, N.Z. Rifle Brigade, is as follows:
It is hard to enhance the Dunedin Railway Station when a sapphire sky complements the basalt and Oamaru stone solidity of the tourist-beloved structure.
Carnegie Scholar Vaneeta D’Andrea, an internationally respected expert in tertiary teaching models, writes an open letter to Minister of Education Chris Hipkins in regard to his proposals to...
The New Zealand Poultrymen's Conference opened yesterday. There was a large attendance of delegates, who were welcomed by the Mayor.
The Ferris wheel has been dismantled, the Jack Russell terriers are having a well-earned rest and the Upper Clutha A&P showgrounds have returned to a quiet green oasis in bustling Wanaka.
Banning Michael Jackson’s music is a dangerous course of action, regardless of how well intentioned, writes Ian Chapman.
While it still feels like summer across most of the South, there are tell-tale signs winter is on its way.
Some complaint has recently been made by local returned soldiers regarding the nature of the certificates of discharge now being given to soldiers.
Since the release of the Tax Working Group's report last month the media has been rife with speculation on what the implications of a capital gains tax (CGT) might be.