OPINION: We need to respect people's privacy more than normal, by not making judgments and not passing on rumours.
OPINION: This could be the most self-centred generation in history, and probably is: it expects instant and easy gratification.
OPINION: Committed decision-making is something the elected members have tended, if anything, to shy away from.
OPINION: Labour MPs - and now NZ First - seem to be scenting blood in the water.
OPINION: People often ask me what I think about when I run, so I've recalled what I could from the Mt Cook half-marathon.
OPINION: Campaign to get C1 Cafe to turn off its 'inappropriate' music is ridiculous, writes Johnny Moore.
OPINION: Christchurch needs fun, quirky architecture to relieve our cityscape from monotony.
OPINION: Last week's column about a cupcake led to the petrol station's CEO calling me up to apologise.
OPINION: We're not interested in the royals' policies - mostly, we're interested in what they wear.
OPINION: A new rule requiring companies listed on the NZX to report on gender diversity reveals an unsurprising but dismal picture.
OPINION: As Super Rugby nears its 20th year, Andrew Mehrtens calls for a competition without South Africa.
OPINION: We can't base flood-risk assessments on historical data that was collected before the earthquakes.
OPINION: I used to be a republican, until the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit made me reassess.
OPINION: Although good publicity for NZ is by no means the main aim of royalvisits, the coverage this one has received has been overwhelmingly positive.
OPINION: It's unsustainable to expect cash-poor ratepayers to cover the likes of hefty infrastructure costs, by basing rates on property values.
OPINION: As Christchurch prepares to welcome the Duke and Duchess, Perspective debates whether NZ should stay a monarchy.
OPINION: I was getting foiled again and my let-go Charlie Manson locks chopped at the hairdressers when I overheard a conversation about nits, aka cooties, being on the increase.
OPINION: The annual meeting of the Mana Party decided at the weekend to explore further forming some sort of connection with Kim Dotcom's Internet Party to fight the general election in September.
OPINION: We inched forward, all around us the sounds of appointments breaking and grown adults weeping into their steering wheels.
OPINION: Having flatmates is a rite of passage. If you are saving money, you share a house.
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