OPINION: If a man is too good to be true, he undoubtedly is too good to be true.
OPINION: It's good to run a campaign against violence toward women and children, but what a cringe-making start it had on television the other night.
OPINION: When 15,000 people a year make ACC claims for sexual abuse, and thousands march against rape, something is happening.
OPINION: What a comment on the way the world works when advertisers can force the media's hand, not the other way round.
OPINION: There is much here for neo-feminists to debate. The least Ms Chuang can do is write a book.
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OPINION: Pity the rich and powerful; they have such horrible friends.
OPINION: Women will always give occasion for scandal. My own mother had her moments, quite a few of them.
OPINION: The Anglican bishop of Wellington's squat outside his cathedral certainly provokes thought.
Youth could learn from experience
OPINION: There are things no older woman can tell a younger one. I'll amend that: there's nothing.
OPINION: Among recent beliefs was that a woman's role was to be moral guardian of the world because we were so nice.
OPINION: It was a New Zealander who first split the atom, but 10 years from now who will know that, let alone what it meant?
OPINION: I thought I'd write about the upcoming local body elections. Then my eyes glazed over and my head hit the keyboard.
OPINION: It is curious how humans persist in believing we are fabulously intelligent.
OPINION: Talk of a new museum for Wellington is exciting. It would be the Museum of What Was a Made-Up Story, a salt-and-pepper set match for Te Papa's novel Museum of What Hasn't Happened Yet.
OPINION: Peter Dunne's dearest wish is that we work till we're 70 to get fatter pensions, mine is that pensions for everyone would be enough to live on decently.
OPINION: We are living on the edge, what with the looming presence of a large cadaver in Lambton Quay, and Jerry Collins acting strange.
OPINION: I am not the sum total of my tattered alphabetical notebook, which currently lies in the slush of the Wellington tip, but that slice of old technology was a part of me.
OPINION: I had pictured a small, poorly paid person with a dirty rag, in grubby overalls, quietly wrecking the country's economy while the bigwigs in head office talked about "targets" and "vision".
OPINION: NZDF claims that journalists are 'subversives' are a bit rich, writes Rosemary McLeod.
OPINION: I expect this is how it'll be: whenever I go to my supermarket I'll get the faint, sickening feeling that something bad is about to happen, rather than the usual sickening feeling of how much things will cost.