Opinion

Letters to the editor - July 1, 2016

Letters to the editor

A letter writer is concerned that we should understand mistakes that have been made so as not to repeat them.

What's wrong with a plain name?

Not, particularly, a highwayman

EDITORIAL: Not everything's about marketing.

From the new desk

Southern region editor Natasha Holland.

From the News Desk Clutha Leader Thursday June 30 2016

Letters to the editor - June 29

Letters to the editor

A letter writer says he turns down the volume so he can watch rugby matches without all the "yappy bits".

Moko's killers face huge infamy atop their penalty

Tania Shailer and David Haerewa

EDITORIAL: They're Moko's killers. Whether it's called murder or manslaughter, we know what they did.

Be proud Gore

Newslink reporter Rachael Kelly

Be proud of yourselves this week Gore.

Getting personal over poisoning

MP Marama Fox

EDITORIAL: We should be arguing law and morality. Not Marama's manners.

Star Spangled Kiwi

Ben Mack describes his difficulties in understanding Southlanders in his latest column.

Letters to the editor - June 22

Letters to the editor

A letter writer agrees with Kerry McDonald regarding what is wrong with the New Zealand economy and the way it affects Southland.

From the newsdesk

Newslink reporter Rachael Kelly.

OPINION: If laughter is the best medicine, I think I overdosed last Thursday night.

Letters to the editor - June 21

Letters to the editor.

A letter writer says Nick Smith has a new buzz phrase.

Letters to the editor - June 20

Letters to the editor

A letter writer has expressed shock at the cost of the humble swede at a city supermarket.

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor.

OPINION: SPCA management concerns 

Standing vigilant on shifting sands

Oreti Beach - too often a repository for our rubbish.

EDITORIAL: Good to see authorities getting their acts together.

Should south step up for refugees?

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse.

EDITORIAL: They would need a lot of support. Are we up for it?

Letters to the editor - June 14

Letters to the editor

A letter writer explains the difference between pay equity and equal pay.

Don't encourage cat colonies

EDITORIAL: Cat colonies are bad news for communities - and cats.

Star Spangled Kiwi

Tuatapere, one of Southland's hidden gems for outsiders, is best reached by car.

Ben Mack discusses the need to own a car in Southland in his latest column.

Aquacultural advancement awaits

Sanford's salmon farm at Stewart Island.

EDITORIAL: Let's get Scandanavian

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Is it democracy?

Trump's latest squirt of stupidity

EDITORIAL:

Letters to the editor - June 9

Letters to the editor

A letter writer says "support in principle" is an interesting phrase, open to many ideas and interpretations. 

Letters to the editor - June 8

Letters to the editor.

1080 use shock

Time to get democratically diligent

EDITORIAL: Here we have a couple of issues that will reward public scrutiny - and might punish its absence.

The Net Generation

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First up, every generation has annoyed the next one coming along.

Star Spangled Kiwi

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Ben Mack describes his experiences at a Southland Sharks basketball game in his latest column.

Letters to the editor - June 1

Letters to the editor.

A letter writer says National is in denial over the problems the country is facing.

Letter to the editor: Editorial concern

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The Southland Times'  editorial of May 28, 2016, "Third mayoral contender enters the race", contains several inaccuracies which cannot go unchallenged.

Third mayoral contender changes the dynamic

Invercargill city councillor, and now mayoral candidate, Karen Arnold

EDITORIAL: For Tim, the more challengers the mayor-ier.

Letters to the editor - May 27

Letters to the editor

The police seemed more interested in eating pies than rescuing people, a letter writer says.

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