Opinion

OPINION: Go to the arts things or they won't come back

Attendance to events is just as important for the performers as it is the promoters.

Are you sick of there being "nothing to do in Invercargill"? Well, what do you want then?

Let's not fixate on the job.

Ben McLean

EDITORIAL: The accused killer is a cop. What are we really entitled to read into that?

From the News Desk

Newslink reporter Rachael Kelly

Is there a more haunting piece of music than The Last Post?

Work to Rule

Nicole Johnston

I think we have all had those moments where we wish we could speak our minds about colleagues, employers/employees and sometimes even clients.

Standing up for daddy

Ivanka Trump

EDITORIAL: Ivanka Trump can expect more hostility if she seeks to defend her father's

And another thing

Pat Veltkamp-Smith.

Opinion: Somewhere just the other day I read that size 16 is the average size for a New Zealand woman.

From the beehive with Ria Bond

New Zealand First MP Ria Bond.

On Monday, Prime Minister Bill English appeared on The AM Show and pledged "more money for more people, because in the end this is a people business", when talking mental health. 

How to carry Anzac forward

Upholding tradition still allows scope for careful change.

EDITORIAL: So between now and next Anzac Day, what?

Warfare will keep testing our morality

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EDITORIAL: Morality in warfare requires human judgment, and risk of human error.

Letter to the editor

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A matter of charges

My arsenal against all colds, sniffles and the flu

It was all over in 30 seconds, with only a pin prick of blood to show from it. I felt so silly for being concerned.

OPINION: I am sitting in the office nursing my arm as I write to you this week. Yes, it is that time of year again, staff Flu Vaccinations.

Giving credit where it's due

Letters to the editor - April 24.

A reader says we need to protect our clean, green image and give credit where credit is due.

Quiet contemplation, ICC style, still a worry

How's the serenity?

EDITORIAL: Decisions reached in closed-sessions council workshops? Not good.

Letter to the editor

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A new structure 

Residence pathway for migrant workers welcome

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse. Can't please everybody.

EDITORIAL: Longstanding migrant workers in the south will be cut a well-deserved break.

Letters to the editor

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Car prices

Po-faced diligence has its place

But it says here . . .

EDITORIAL: We may well roll our eyes at the tale of the "terrorist tot'' but hang on . . .

Letter to the editor

Letters to the editor - April 19.

Watching the spend

Not what Mary Poppins had in mind

Chillin'

EDITORIAL: Are we entitled to find fun in an ugly business?

Chocolate and family traditions

Is Easter about chocolate or family - or maybe both - for you?

Ah Easter, the time of year where I can get the most bang for my buck with annual leave and public holidays.

Adulthood and Easter

Children on an Easter Egg hunt on a meadow in spring, in the foreground the Easter bunny is waiting

OPINION: When I was growing up Easter was all about the three C's; church, chocolate and hot cross buns. 

How very re-accommodating

Thank you for flying United Airlines . . .

EDITORIAL: "If you resist we'll beat you up so badly you'll be using your own face as a flotation device''.

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor - April 12.

The idea of constructing fish farms in Port Pegasus and Preservation Inlet is nothing short of environmental vandalism, a reader says.

Maimai what have we here?

Queenstown man Glenn Raymond is in a battle with the council over a treehouse he built on an island in Lake Wakatipu.

EDITORIAL: Maimai, what have we done?

Easter is many things

This year I'd like to suggest that Easter is about choices and how each of us is responsible for the choices we make.

OPINION: Easter is an opportunity to put aside two huge lies that dominate our culture.

A sophisticate in gumboots

John Clarke as Fred Dagg riffing on Daylight Savings in 1976.

EDITORIAL: A man of talent so rare we didn't even mind that he was a bit highbrow.

Opinion: I may have made a blue

Columnist Che' Baker sporting a blue do.

It's hard to be a fashionable person when you grew up with more league jersey hand-me-downs than dresses.

Digging the way forward

HWR Group director Scott O'Donnell speaks at the Southland Chamber of Commerce 2017 AGM.

EDITORIAL: Another good idea, and stern word of warning, from a progressive Invercargill-based company.

Letters to the editor

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Letters for Saturday.

Go hard but know when to brake

When to accelerate . . . and when to brake.

EDITORIAL: Campaign to retain the Toyota series at Teretonga needs to be grounded.

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