OPINION: My boyfriend has moved out and someone must explain it to the cat.
OPINION: Shrieking about the unfairness of being stopped at the airport looks a bit shallow when you consider the world we live in.
OPINION: Andrew Gunn is a fly on the wall during Mark Weldon's interview for CEO of Mediaworks.
OPINION: Ratepayers who believe that the council will receive upwards of $900 million in earthquake insurance payments will be disappointed.
OPINION: One of the things I have noticed in my 18 months working at Radio New Zealand is that broadcasting policy receives little attention.
OPINION: Getting older is no panic if your life goals are on track, Cecile Meier says.
No single move by the Reserve Bank is likely to be a silver bullet and most possible moves are likely to take time to work.
The Reserve Bank this week stepped up its warnings about the Auckland property market. A speech by deputy governor Grant Spencer gave another clear indication that the bank is deeply concerned about what appear to be a worrying signs of that the market is departing too far from what can be justified by fundamental factors in the market. Like the bank's governor, Graeme Wheeler, earlier this year, he hinted at possible moves soon by the bank to try to curb the frothiness.
OPINION: John Key is telling the nation there is nothing to fear over the long-running debate over iwi rights to freshwater.
OPINION: How did so many rabbits come to live in High St, central Christchurch?
OPINION: In 2050, will Christchurch be a vibrant modern city or a dusty depressed backwater? Will our roads be safe? Our homes fixed?
OPINION: The release of info about doctors' performance will be a move that should increase patient confidence.
OPINION: Selfie-sticks are a "shameless physical intrusion", Mike Yardley says.
OPINION: Television is on the verge of killing off one of few things that works - Campbell Live.
OPINION: Most people concerned with transport think its governance needs to be improved.
OPINION: There are few who believe Hillary Clinton is a shoo-in for the Democratic nomination.
It happened again without me knowing. A pernicious game of Creep Up, where I forgot to turn around and have a decent look.
OPINION: Hit singing sensation Hekia Parata to make a surprise visit to a lucky school as part of her nationwide "Rationalise This!" tour.
Recently, seemingly reliving a week out of working life, I was involved in a meeting a day, from Sunday to Thursday.
OPINION: How is paying for a bunch of relative unknowns to be wined and dined across Europe somehow for the greater good?
If you thought the recent row over Air New Zealand cutting its direct summer service between Japan and Christchurch was about an airline and an airport, you missed the point, writes Tim Hunter.
OPINION: There's one aspect of Kiwi culture I have no trouble embracing: baches.
The fuss over who paid for wives or girlfriends to accompany a group of MPs on a Europe trip may seem petty.
OPINION: You know how it's going to go. The women will buy into the fantasy, and we're meant to as well.
OPINION: The challenge for the new central library is how to balance diverse demands. Can you do it all?
OPINION: Kiwis now subscribe to a whole heap of different religions. Let's give them all national holidays.
OPINION: News that the new drink-driving limit has already resulted in several hundred thousand dollars in fines is not surprising.
OPINION: It is well known that exchange rate movements are practically impossible to predict with any consistency.
OPINION: It’s been more than two months since Benecio drew his last breath.
Extremist attacks, each exceeding the other in savagery, seem to come so frequently these days.