It’s amazing what a kick in the backside can do sometimes.
It seems hard to fathom, but the Crusaders will play their first pre-season match tomorrow (Saturday) ahead of this year’s Super Rugby competition when they host the Hurricanes in Ashburton.
What is it with people and places? Why are we always rushing hither and thither, from point A to points B, C and D? Why aren’t we happy to stay where we are?
The Black Caps tour of Australia was the greatest example of being under prepared and overly optimistic since Gallipoli.
The Star editor in chief Barry Clarke had a personal experience with Christchurch paramedics and hospital staff on Christmas Eve.
The harness racing industry has been in the spotlight over the past 12 months, mostly for all of the wrong reasons.
So what kind of a stadium Christchurch will get has finally been unveiled.
The Star editor in chief Barry Clarke writes about how boys should be left to be boys after he witnessed a special celebration over the weekend.
Six weeks ago Christchurch City Council’s new chief executive Dawn Baxendale was asked if she would be using all of the ratepayer-funded $30,000 relocation expenses to move from England.
The Star editor in chief Barry Clarke looks at whether Christchurch City Council has allegedly been manipulating information to keep it away from the public.
The publicly elected new chairwoman of ECan has tripped at her first hurdle - she is not doing interviews.
Opinion: I read former mayor Garry Moore's opinion piece in the city's daily newspaper this week with interest.
Tony Trewinnard, who organised a petition opposed to the proposed siting of NPD’s new fuel stop in Amberley, says the debate has left the Amberley community stronger.