OPINION: The digital tide can't be held back forever, but consumers who prefer bricks and mortar need a reasonable transition.
Opinions: This marriage breakdown of Brad and Angelina threatens love itself, writes Martin van Beynen.
Solving youth crime - and particularly girls turning to violence - demands a new approach. Sending them to jail isn't the answer.
Opinion: Twenty years after bulk funding was roundly rejected, a similar scheme has surfaced again.
OPINION: The odds on Helen Clark winning the top UN job are are not good, but there's no harm in staying in for now.
All teachers know that setting exams is more an art than a science.
The Wellington Sevens are stuck in the Last Chance saloon, and everyone knows it.
TVNZ has no right to refuse to reveal the names of its highest earners. The television company is owned by the taxpayers. The taxpayers have a right to this information.
Opinion: Good luck with believing the milk of human kindness will flow copiously in a disaster.
OPINION: How high is the interest in the upcoming local body elections? Very high if a mayoral debate I attended last Tuesday evening at Prefab Hall in the inner city was anything to go by.
Opinion: Who wins the breakfast show wars leads the news day from the start and gains the psychological edge.
Duncan Garner says the night he was randomly attacked suggests white people fare better in front of judges.