A section of the crowd in the Octagon after the announcement that an armistice had been signed with Austria.
The Dunedin Heritage Light Rail Trust is hoping to tap into the Government’s Provincial Growth Fund to bring cable cars back to the city. Neville Jemmett makes his case for a slice of the pie.
The idea, promulgated by Dr Douglas, of Oamaru, of planting trees as memorials to the local heros who have fallen in the great war is an admirable one, and one likely to meet with almost universal...
Though it was widely reported over the previous few weeks that the German army had run its race and was close to collapse, an American reporter was premature in announcing Armistice Day.
New Zealand is renowned throughout the world for its great outdoors. Mountains, rivers and the ocean are all within an easy drive of most towns and are the playground of locals and foreigners alike.
Sometimes New Zealand can be too generous and naive. Such is the case with National Superannuation residency requirements. The 10 years at present is far too short and is part of far too big a...
In theory, Dunedin should afford Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern a rousing reception at her leader's speech at this weekend's Labour Party conference.
It looked like an April Fool's Day joke seeing the proposals to "accelerate" $20million of ratepayer spending and add another $11.4million of new spending.
Iwi leaders from throughout Aotearoa are meeting in Dunedin for the first time this week, hosted by Ngai Tahu. Lisa Tumahai outlines what will be discussed.
London: The impression in parliamentary circles is that the war is rushing to a close, and that peace before Christmas is highly probable.
The debate over whether a covered stadium should be sunk into downtown Auckland's seabed may seem like a local, sport-focused issue. In fact, it is a transport and tax issue and it affects us in...
The passing of the one-year mark by the coalition Government has provided opportunities to assess its performance. Generally, these reviews have been positive, and we agree with these opinions.
The New Zealanders have another splendid advance in the battle which was recommenced by the British armies this morning.
Dunedin must make itself heard to ensure it gets a share of the Government’s Provincial Growth Fund, Ian Taylor writes.
The recruitment of overseas teachers to plug the chronic teacher shortage in New Zealand should invite outrage from teachers, Peter Lyons writes.