OPINION: New Zealand and Turkey have a special Anzac bond. The conflict that divided them at Gallipoli now brings them together each year on Anzac Day.
OPINION: The unified Fire and Emergency Management service will be flexible enough to cope with the risks and needs of different communities.
OPINION: Anzac Day serves as a day to acknowledge our fallen, but perhaps we should also acknowledge some other imperatives.
OPINION: Hekia Parata's "big data" revolution holds promise - as well as risks.
No liberal can be comfortable with censorship. The New Zealand censor, however, and the law which guides him, is sensible and censors only the most extreme works. A fundamentalist censor who tried to ban the teenage novel Into the River last year was quickly overturned and then later left the post.
OPINION: Not every old building should stay standing simply because it is old.
OPINION: The Government's latest tweaks don't answer the bigger concerns about immigration.
Fixing the gender pay gap will cost a lot of money both in government and in business. Yesterday Prime Minister Bill English revealed that hefty pay increases for mainly female low-paid rest-home and elder care workers will cost it $2 billion over four years.
OPINION: Everything else is changing so fast these days. Why not election campaigns as well?
OPINION: Our mental health services are in disarray and it can't be ignored any longer.
OPINION: If cyclones are so unpredictable, why such certainty from weather forecasters before last week's Cyclone Cook?
OPINION: Cadet practice and compulsory sports used to be great outlets for aggression.