Vicious online abuse of women has to stop but how do you do that while maintaining a forum for others?
OPINION: Trump voters driven by toxic mix of moral indignation and violent desire to punish a US they no longer recognise.
OPINION: The Christchurch Visitor Strategy uses stale data and alarmist claims to create a bleak picture of the local tourism industry.
Social work is a tough job. Why are hardly any men doing it?
Nothing happened in New Zealand this week.
New Zealand's geohazard monitoring system, GeoNet, has much to celebrate as it marks 15 years in existence.
We have to find a way to talk about suicide safely in order to find a way to reduce its terrible toll.
OPINION: I've had a pretty lucky life when it comes to death.
COMMENT: Niwa's choice of a built-up, urban site to show Christchurch temperatures are rising was strange.
SATIRE: I remember when I first met Melania. There was something in the air that night. The stars were bright, Fernando.
OPINION: Middle-class boomers solving the housing crisis is like possums planning pest control.
OPINION: Imagine being able to see the whole vault of the heavens and count shooting stars from a inner-city Dark Sky Park.
OPINION: New Zealand is a kind of Norfolk, surely, far away from places where they're currently hunting Pokemons or committing mass murder
Complaints reflect a bus service still trying to recover from the impact of the Canterbury earthquakes.
OPINION: Never feed a log burner while watching a coup d'état.
Lincoln University's reasons for withholding public information have been deemed spurious by the Ombudsman.
Community boards are full of well-meaning, but impotent elected representatives, Mike Yardley writes.
OPINION: The actions of the Erdogan regime make it clear that constitutional government in Turkey has become a fiction.
There has already been consultation on the Avon River red zone. So let's get moving.
OPINION: Nimbyism (not in my backyard) is eroding our community-centred can-do attitude.
OPINION: If wolf whistles are deemed wicked, what of a hot look, or an admiring glance.
Books and films to help readers prepare for writers' festivals.
Theresa May has wasted no time purging opponents as she starts steering Britain towards Brexit.
SATIRE: Smug Hatchback, spokesman for Uber New Zealand, welcome and please have a seat.
The week in Christchurch: a fire, a mayoral race, more politics.
OPINION: A government needs to be very careful about being generous.
Hekia Parata needs to acknowledge the failings of her post-quake reshuffle of Christchurch schools.
OPINION: Will it become the place that defines our city - or another lost opportunity?
OPINION: The school system was designed when we lived the dream. Now it's a modern-day work nightmare.
Whatever your view of the candidates, Christchurch now has a proper mayoralty race.