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Old ideas

Is there really anything new in the latest diet trends?

Tangled Web blog

The 'cuddle game'

Apparently there's some sports-like event happening in Brazil at the moment

The Roar sports blog

Riddle me this

Stricter measures at odds with TAB presence

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Something's screwy with our swedes

Cows graze on swedes 5:00am Things have come to a pretty pass when your own provincial icon turns on you.

Editorial: Mined-over meta

Edward Snowden Moment of Truth OPINION: With the scant time left before polling day, let's keep the focus on the Snowden stuff.

Pride in southern reps as poll nears

Pat Veltkamp Smith OPINION: How to Win Friends and Influence People: sounds slick today but in the middle of the 20th century this book was a best-seller and spawned a whole genre of literature dedicated to developing sincerity, warmth, genuineness and trust like they were overlapping layers of a new paint.

Those on the wrong side of the line

Wallet, cash OPINION: One of the strongest challenges of managing a service is to find the flexibility to handle peak, not just average, demand.

Running schools ain't easy

Aparima College Regrettable though it is that another southern school is in statutory management, the response of those involved should be purposeful rather than panicked.

Opinion poll

What is your impression of Invercargill's teens?

Friendly and helpful, a credit to their town

No better or worse than anywhere else

Not impressed with them at all

Vote Result

Related story: Letter: In praise of young people

Letter: Stadium construction

Southland Times letter to the editor I'm very disappointed. I've been back twice now to the newly rebuilt ILT Stadium Southland.

In praise of young people

POLL: A reader sings the praises of Invercargill's younger population.

Letter: Handout mentality

Letter: Building gift

Cup equation adds to zero

America's Cup New Zealand's dysfunctional relationship with the America's Cup is coming to an end.

Jolly bad show wherever you go

Everyday Housewife Danyel Southwark shares her thoughts on the week past, as relayed by satirist Steve Braunias.

Water supply under threat

Pest problem put on the table

Fair wages won't make the sky fall in

Last year, 46 per cent of working New Zealanders didn't get a wage increase. More people didn't get a pay rise last year than in the year before, even though we have been told things have got better.

Thriller with the good, the bad and the ugly

Southland Times photo BOOK REVIEW: For years, the "Kentucky Killer" managed to elude the FBI, leaving a trail of victims with terrible injuries that haunted the agents looking for him.

Hilarity amid deluded need for bucket list

BOOK REVIEW: Life for the average 16-year-old can be pretty tough, and for Dylan Mint, it is tougher than most.

Gory, dark but compelling

Revenge and justice central to storyline

Mystery that will keep you guessing

BOOK REVIEW: In 'The Stranger You Know', Detective Constable Maeve Kerrigan is tracking a brutal killer who has murdered three women.