PAWS AND CLAWS: Antibiotics are useful, but dogs can be resistant to them.
OPINION: Special perks for council staff may help the regions retain quality workers.
OPINION: In years to come, we could remember Sir John Key as the main behind a cycling revolution.
OPINION: What do we really remember about sporting events?
OPINION: Making an ill-advised on-air gaffe should not be a career-ending mistake for an entertainer.
OPINION: The midweek Lions took free rein and stunned us by spreading the ball at Hamilton.
COLD COFFEE: Finally, after months of planning, it was here: A getaway with girlfriends.
OPINION: Fear not Kiwis, there are much worse things to be than politically docile.
OPINION: Decision to stop delivering to the mean streets of Rotorua doesn't sit well.
OPINION: To dismiss the Lions after two games was too soon. After four games, we still can't.
OPINION: For-profit education is not in our best interests, writes Damian Ruth.
OPINION: If cultural appropriation were taken to its extreme we'd be pretty bored, says Karl Du Fresne.
OPINION: British Prime Minister Theresa May has gambled everything and lost.
On the wisdom of inviting incompatible neighbours to your boundary.
PAWS AND CLAWS: Problems arise when the testicles don't make it through their tunnel in the groin.
OPINION: I remember the moment when I lost faith in the New Zealand Police.
EDITORIAL: Just like weapons themselves, the issue of guns in schools needs the safety catch on.
OPINION: What we have in Bermuda is a contest taking place above sea level.
OPINION: Parenthood is tough on the ambivert, who craves space to recharge, Greer Berry writes.
OPINION: Mark Lundy is allowed to appeal his convictions and we need to accept that.
OPINION: We're having a debate that almost all parents-to-be face. What do we call our baby?
OPINION: He wasn't a great actor, but Roger Moore's demise still saddens.
OPINION: A large proportion of Graham Norton's guests are Kiwis telling cringeworthy stories from home.
OPINION: Damp weather can bring on a range of problems for our pets' paws and claws.
OPINION: You can't share your culture with the world, and keep it in a cage.
OPINION: Aileen Nash was a sports editor and a force on the golf course.
OPINION: When we start suppressing opinions, we are on a slippery slope.
OPINION: The meeting that ran upside down, or around in a circle.
OPINION: Some things are more important than the right to vote.
OPINION: Bill English and Steven Joyce are focused on selling a story of sound economic management.