Affected ratepayers have fewer than seven days to give feedback on Environment Southland's Water and Land Plan, says one letter-writer.
EDITORIAL: Is the best person for the job the last person the UN security council really wants?
EDITORIAL: There's no problem-free option, but several that are better than rack and ruin.
Theresa May hand us interesting times and Helen may Clark the UN, says a letter writer.
EDITORIAL: That was an unconventional convention.
EDITORIAL A quarter of a century later and what do you know? NZAS was still wrong.
EDITORIAL: Do we need nerves of steel, or just need to be less nervous?
Ben Mack discusses some of the benefits of living in Southland in his latest column.
A letter writer is concerned about the value of homes in Ohai and Nightcaps.
EDITORIAL: Historic awareness isn't the same as hidebound thinking.
EDITORIAL: For the world's top male golfers, Rio simply isn't the mountaintop.
EDITORIAL: What was the Government thinking? The question is not rhetorical.
In 2008 the Government was fully informed about the growing housing crisis and yet it is much worse eight years later.
EDITORIAL: We should honestly check our tolerances for having animals suffer for our enjoyment
Let's not take a simplistic approach to history.
The "golden rice'' story is misleading, writes Robert Guyton.
EDITORIAL: The haka is precious. That doesn't mean we should be precious about how sporting opponents react to it.
Why not Te Anau for a dark sky destination?
EDITORIAL: Somebody had to do it. But where's the accountability for the Rugby Park leaks?
Duck digestion troubles our correspondent.
The ICC answers questions about the Invercargill City Library change consultation.
EDITORIAL: Things did get weird for a while there.
EDITORIAL: A $1 billion loan fund won't fix our housing crisis. But does, actually, help a bit.
EDITORIAL: The idea appeals mightily. Can we now at last consider practicalities?
A letter writer is concerned that we should understand mistakes that have been made so as not to repeat them.
EDITORIAL: Not everything's about marketing.
From the News Desk Clutha Leader Thursday June 30 2016
A letter writer says he turns down the volume so he can watch rugby matches without all the "yappy bits".
EDITORIAL: They're Moko's killers. Whether it's called murder or manslaughter, we know what they did.