OPINION: Wise old sayings were once taught to us all.
EDITORIAL: Our heritage is to the fore, just now.
OPINION: Somehow, my inhibitions towards smoking after drinking cocktails get the better of me.
EDITORIAL: Todd Barclay has certainly not been helping the police with their inquiries .
Crime is preventable – a burglar will usually act on easy or tempting opportunities, especially when it is evident that no one is home, or the risk of being caught is low.
This may be a little premature but I can not wait to wind my clock back an hour on April 2.
EDITORIAL: Its stamina and unity of purpose is bound to be sorely tested.
I have been buying 250g packs of 'Macro LSA' (Linseed sunflower seeds and almonds) for quite a while.
EDITORIAL: But it's of a sort that happens all over the place
A question for you; Would you be prepared to work for 12 hours every week – sometimes more – to learning or teaching new skills if in the process of acquiring those skills, you knew that you were helping many others?
Do I feel like talking to people today? Nope. Netflix it is.
EDITORIAL: The search to energise and stabilise Southland's economy needs momentum.
EDITORIAL: Bottling water is an environmental issue, but not so much a water quality one
New Zealand what is going on, on our roads?
EDITORIAL: Here's hoping we never learn Dog's name.
EDITORIAL: We have to get our heads around the dangers of concussion
OPINION: It was the best time in Japan, it was the worst time in Japan. Columnist Che' Baker has been enlightened.
A reader wants the Teviot St reserve brought back to how it was in the past, an assets to the community.
EDITORIAL: It's not easy to give foster care. But it needn't be as hard as we've been making it.
A reader thinks Lumsden ratepayers would benefit from a subsidy to balance the cost of freedom campers.
EDITORIAL: A convicted killer wigs out.
Breasts, it is a word that often puts us all on edge.
EDITORIAL: Slowly doesn't always do it.
EDITORIAL: Not all quiet or communications from leaders and heads of state are unreasonable.
A reader supports other letters to the editor which blast animal cruelty and rodeos.
OPINION: Spanx and shapewear layered upon one another is the closest I will come to real life Photoshop.
A reader questions whether the changing face of meat industry in Southland is a replay of the early 1900s.
EDITORIAL: An ICC directorship review needs to head off in the right direction.
EDITORIAL: We're a top-ranking country in all sorts of lists, but it takes a swirl of subjectivity amid the statistics to get up there.