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Editorial | Referendum fallout felt for years

OPINION: The referendum on Scottish independence was going to cause rage and frustration whichever way it went.

Caught out in deep water

Boat Buyer beware: Boats are hard work. Don't buy a cheap one. It turns out there's no such thing.

Waiting for fallout of bizarre election

Kim Dotcom OPINION: What a campaign. Its most striking feature has been the attempt by agenda-driven activists to influence the outcome.

Editorial: A world of reasons to vote

OPINION: Polling day arrives tomorrow after a tumultuous campaign.

Key's return a welcome sight

The New Zealand Police handed back to our safekeeping the 110-year-old commemorative key to Wellington's Town Hall.

Kate Sheppard snub an embarrassment

So, pedestrians at Parliament's end of town are going to be waved across the road by the famed suffrage campaigner Kate Sheppard for four months.

Teachers not in it for the money

It's not perfect, but it's an improvement

Cautious voters should assume the worst

voting Voters have had their moment of truth - and many remain baffled.

Editorial: Dictator poses as just another candidate

Tomorrow Fiji has an election for the first time in eight years.

Cool heads win out

Electoral laws need rethink

Advantages to Five Eyes network

The great advantage of the revelations about the Five Eyes is that now at least we know what the Five Eyes really do.

Eye on the prize

winston peters There has been a sea-change in New Zealand politics during the past week.

Sweet hypocrisy

While the babies sleep, Haydn Jones opens the pantry door on some dark secrets.

New etiquette for the elite

Gawping without guilt not really looking

Waging war's enough to turn your hair grey

The job seems to have won. I, Barack Obama, have become my office.

Comments: Why some don't make it

commenters BLOG: Ever wondered why your comment didn't make it on to our website? Here's why.

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