OPINION: The referendum on Scottish independence was going to cause rage and frustration whichever way it went.
Buyer beware: Boats are hard work. Don't buy a cheap one. It turns out there's no such thing.
OPINION: Polling day arrives tomorrow after a tumultuous campaign.
OPINION: What a campaign. Its most striking feature has been the attempt by agenda-driven activists to influence the outcome.
OPINION: The great advantage of the revelations about the Five Eyes is that now at least we know what the Five Eyes really do.
OPINION: Are they bad guys masquerading as good guys, or the other way round?
OPINION: The job seems to have won. I, Barack Obama, have become my office.
OPINION: Voters have had their moment of truth - and many remain baffled.
OPINION: Hutt South has probably never seen so many Cabinet ministers in such a short space of time.
A winemaker, a TAB bookmaker and a mayor are squaring off in Wairarapa, and the contest in the National stronghold looks to be more even than it has been for several elections.
OPINION: Tomorrow Fiji has an election for the first time in eight years.
OPINION: New Zealand has its own 'House of Cards' show, and the countdown to seeing what way the deck falls is on.
OPINION: Obama is anxious to make his attack on Isis look different to Bush's on Saddam Hussein. He may not succeed.
OPINION: One of the first things a victorious PM John Key promised in 2008 was to reform MMP.
OPINION: There has been a sea-change in New Zealand politics during the past week.
OPINION: Winston Peters is likely to choose who our next prime minister, but voting for him is gamble.
OPINION: Electioneering law in this country continues to cause mystification.
OPINION: The road to the new Wellington Airport is a long one.
OPINION: The new Apple Watch has failed to deliver on the hype.
OPINION: Putting it quite simply, a water tax is inflationary and just the wrong thing to be considering, writes Andrew Curtis.
OPINION: They used to have debutante balls, and now they have strip-a-thons.
OPINION: Heckling is the revenge of the powerless, and it can be devastating. That is why politicians try to keep it out of campaigns.
OPINION: Cars were edging round the scene of the prang. They went slowly, partly for safety, but mainly so as to gawp.
OPINION: Wellington is spoiled for restaurants - all the more reason for a system to ensure they are clean and safe.
National's tax cuts were always likely to be a damp squib.
OPINION: We don't want to lose sight of what we're good at, but a new player on the block is showing us we can try new things.
OPINION: Unless you're dead set in your political ways, it would be unwise to cast your vote early
OPINION: Labour leader David Cunliffe is doing a poor job of selling a good policy: his capital gains tax.
OPINION: Labour's tax policy will lead to higher taxes for the wealthy, though not nearly as high as when those famous Marxists Keith Holyoake and Jack Marshall ruled.
OPINION: Te Papa's mission has always been impossible. It wanted to appeal, if not to everybody, then nearly everybody.
OPINION: Our notion of what came before us is not set in concrete.
OPINION: Did Craig spit the dummy and go away? No. He lifted his game.
OPINION: Social media's influence is what has made this the ugliest NZ election campaign in memory.
OPINION: Western leaders must reach out to Muslim minorities and show them Western freedoms and social democratic rights benefit everyone.
OPINION: Forget for a moment the rights, wrongs and details of Labour's capital gains tax. National is cock-a-hoop.
OPINION: So they opened Pandora's box, and creepy-crawly things gushed out.
OPINION: The shooting of two employees at Work and Income has caused shock and bewilderment.
OPINION: When on a plane coming in to land, I hold my book a little higher so I can be seen by those who've had to switch off their electric books.
OPINION: An election campaign is the worst possible time for a government to launch an inquiry into its own alleged sleaziness.
OPINION: Steve Maharey comments on Wellington's future on the creative edge.
OPINION: It is only by taming the car that we have made the progress we have in Wellington.
OPINION: The first stage of the Island Bay cycle way will proceed, but can it lead to a more cycle-friendly city?
OPINION: John Key was right to sack Collins. But he's wrong if he thinks this has cleared away his problem.
OPINION: Apologies are easier to swallow when served with sincerity.
OPINION: Three weeks to go till voting day and weird things have begun to happen.
OPINION: John Key won't last forever. At his best he was unbeatable. But time marches on.
OPINION: The Independent Police Conduct Authority rightly acknowledges the problems and even dangers that police face when called to a rowdy gathering.
Anyone who feels passionately about the arts will have an opinion about the visibility of, and the value ascribed to, the arts in New Zealand over the past three years.
Tweaking how people move around Wellington is an important part of making sure it's one of the world's great cities.
Pam Corkery managed to turn the tide on to herself last weekend and make Crusher Collins look dainty.
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