OPINION: A funeral that left all who attended uplifted.
OPINION: Some tips on how to choose a representative to vote for.
New game craze is getting people off the couch and on to the streets.
Cheap tools aren't always all they are cracked up to be.
If you're addicted to pork, it's not your fault.
Getting off the Trademe train might just be the healthiest choice you ever make.
Public bodies should expect a bit of scrutiny. Rachel Stewart is happy to provide it.
Time to tell the truth about the Perpetual Investment Fund.
OPINION: We need kaumātua who are willing to lead by example - Ngapari Nui is one of these.
Four sculptures over one year at the Len Lye Centre isn't enough, says Jim Tucker.
OPINION: Barrie Smith on being ingrained with the importance of good clean water.
Nice is OK but we can do much better.
OPINION: A trip to ED taught Jim Tucker some valuable lessons.
OPINION: Just because your organised does it mean you're also evil?
OPINION: Despite three decades of determined effort, Taranaki's language is not thriving.
OPINION: They say that achieving racial harmony can be compared to playing the piano.
OPINION: It might be time to discuss the logic fail of some commentary around Brexit.
OPINION: The question of preserving all those old photos in the digital age.
EDITORIAL: Obeying the law and respecting police works out well for most people.
OPINION: Sometimes being lovable just isn't enough.
If you stand for nothing, you fall for anything.
OPINION: Sometimes you just have to look death straight in the eye and get out your tools.
Do what you can, moment by moment, day by day, step by step, to make this world a better place.
OPINION: If you ever wanted an example of irony, look no further than the timing of two events related to race relations in Taranaki last week.
When it comes to doing the dishes, there are two types of people in this world.
It wasn't just sport that made these All Blacks well known.
I received a photo of my two-year-old grandson last week. He was bawling his eyes out holding on to a half-eaten banana. He loves bananas as do I. The tears were because he'd just found that the more of his banana he ate, the less there was left, so he asked for another one because the one he had was "too small". When he was denied, the howling started. I got another of him in a similar condition yesterday because life had dealt him another cruel blow and I guess he'll soon find out that life isn't fair and he will just have to get over it.
OPINION: All Black's vs Wales test showed the concussion message may have got through at last.
EDITORIAL: Few escaped what was, at times, New Plymouth's vicious war of words and wills over Maori wards unscathed.