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Drones a clear threat to our privacy

OPINION: Drones will become a vital part of the economy. They will also make a possibly dangerous nuisance of themselves.

We're dealing with drones

OPINION: The Civil Aviation Authority is taking a considered approach when it comes to regulating drones, writes CAA manager Steve Moore.

Locked in a fight for tolerance

OPINION: Today it is 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, and still we are helpless before it.

Is 5am closing really a good idea?

Courtenay Pl Wellington OPINION: To have trendy inner city bars open until 5am and make Wellington "party central" is great in theory.

Drones hover in legal grey area

It's clear that drone technology is operating in a policy vacuum, (Drones a headache for neighbours and police, January 26). Given that, the Privacy Commission's advice to drone operators to use its security camera guidelines is useful.

Disaster photos highlight risks

In my opinion the families of those people killed in the Carterton ballooning tragedy were right in demanding the publication of the disaster photos.

Weather will be the true test

Morgan misses mark this time

Voters await signs of a new game plan

Will political life will gain a new sense of direction in 2015?

Uber review must consider safety

Uber, the controversial and innovative passenger service, has landed in New Zealand.

Scant detail on RMA overhaul

Many facets to housing solution

Editorial | Pay docking policy must change

It would be odd if bank tellers were fined whenever someone managed to rob the bank.

Garner: Issue is safer roads, not foreigners

Another horror holiday road toll, another round of national angst about foreign drivers.

What makes Key so unflappable?

I can't help wondering whether Key's irrepressible niceness reveals something significant about his character.

The 'living room' safety test

The cult of mindless positivitism

The real oil on what's healthy

One week fish oil is in, then it's out. What do you believe?

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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