Opinion: A balancing of power is critical to successful peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine.
OPINION: The Greens have come up with a smart play, but it's not guaranteed to work.
OPINION: The best advice is free they say. And there is never any shortage of it when you are leader of the Opposition.
Opinion: Political parties are constrained in their use of the broadcast media for electioneering purposes, but, according to the Court of Appeal, private individuals and groups are not.
OPINION: Our Government is slowly contaminating our freshwater supplies through a combination of neglect and thoughtless economic strategy.
OPINION: If Andrew Little doesn't promote Jacinda Arden to deputy-leader, then he's a fool, writes Chris Trotter.
OPINION: Baby boomers like me remember clean rivers - and we vote. Dave Armstrong writes.
OPINION: Baseless assertions about the effects of immigration are distorting our political debate
OPINION: She's the new MP in an electorate often reserved for party leaders, will Andrew Little take note?
OPINION: It's a crying shame our police hierarchy is so willing to sweep a drink-drive conviction under the carpet.
OPINION: If Andrew Little's serious about ringing the changes in Labour, he could start by promoting Jacinda Ardern
OPINION: ACT needs airtime, and it's resulting in a case of severe political creativeness.
SATIRE: We grill a spokesperson for the NZ Super Fund board about how they settled on more than $1million for its CEO.
OPINION: No looking back might be John Key's mantra, and it seems Kiwis feel the same way.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has opened up about a drink driving conviction. But why only now?
OPINION: Joyce is playing the tax cut card, but it's looking more like an election play than a pot of gold.
OPINION: For Labour and Andrew Little, the strategy appears closer to "divide and conquer" than earnest discussion on what matters to the Māori electorate.
OPINION: She was hired as a senior public servant despite her past. How could this happen?
Opinion: The Open Letter to Prime Minister Bill English, calling for an independent inquiry to deal with abuse of children under state care, has been steadfastly downplayed by the Government. Why?
OPINION: The fight between Labour and the Maori Party is heating up. National will happily stoke it.
OPINION: If the NZ Super Fund boss was motivated by salary, we should let him go.
OPINION: Having children start school before their fifth birthday may not really be good for them.
OPINION: Situation in Turkey shows what happens when a populist president believes himself to be in the cross-hairs. Will America's democratic legacy be next?
OPINION: Do the maths: National can't afford not to strike deals with its support partners.
OPINION: What is the use of a democracy if only the middle class vote? The Electoral Commission is to blame for a voting crisis.
Opinion: This year, both Tory and Green supporters could be holding their nose as they cast their vote in Ohariu.
Malcolm Turnbull and John Key got on like a house on fire. The Bill English relationship might need work.
OPINION: This is a public apology, given in the name of the people who feel unable to make it.
OPINION: We can't use a national tragedy to score political points.
OPINION: If we as a nation find Senator Scott Brown's actions abhorrent, we can do more than talk. We can say no.