OPINION: I love the Avon River but selling city living as "3.2km of world class waterfront development" is a bit rich.
OPINION: Workers need a three-pronged approach to improve safety in the workplace.
Nepal's recovery from the earthquake on Saturday will take decades. It must aim to make a more resilient country.
Did the Prime Minister pull Amanda Bailey's pony-tail because her "strong political points of view" conflicted with his own?
A quarry developer needs to be realistic about the impact on the environment while others must recognise that roads to hidden-away places need gravel.
OPINION: The release of the alternate budget has brought an end to council peace and love.
Alcohol interlocks look like a good idea but the system must be made to work properly.
OPINION: Why bother asking citizens to buy into a feel-good share idea scheme and then disregard their suggestions?
OPINION: Elements of the first Anzac Day commemoration in Christchurch match those being held today.
OPINION: Let's move on from the pitched battle of cyclists vs motorists and start talking commuter solutions.
Left to my own devices, something my wife and friends would probably agree is best avoided, I might well watch televised sport for about 50 per cent of waking hours; such dangerous excesses are possible in retirement.
OPINION: John Key's ponytail fetish is stupid and weird but not bullying.
OPINION: I was pretty confident in my feminist status until my husband went away for work this week.
OPINION: The account given by the Auckland waitress of Prime Minister John Key's pulling her ponytail is wince-inducing in the extreme.
Thousands of Kiwi servicemen faced daily death in Korea, Malaya and Vietnam. Hundreds more risked their lives in peacekeeping and combat support roles around the world.
In the immortal words of the cheese advertisement, good things take time.
OPINION: Are politically correct playgrounds turning kids into wimps?
OPINION: A trip to the dentist has Michele A'Court lamenting old-school oral care.
Airports are like cities in microcosm. As well as being safe and efficient, the best airports are also attractive.
OPINION: Investor confidence about the Christchurch CBD may have dipped but there is no reason for despondency.
OPINION: It is odd to be linked by memory to a depressing time in history that everyone else is excited about.
OPINION: The work of finding a budget that will work not be done by playing around with the kind of foolishness from the People's Choice councillors
The First World War was a war between rival empires. The "great evil" was Imperialism. And New Zealand's sons were fighting for it – not against it.
OPINION: The British general election shaping as a political cliffhanger, Mike Yardley says.
OPINION: Do you find US presidential campaigns entertaining? Me too.
OPINION: Estimates show Lancaster Park can be fixed for about $50m. But what would that mean for Christchurch?
OPINION: Insurer Civic Assurance and the city council are streets apart on the amount the council can expect to recover for asset damage.
OPINION: The city council needs to stop dithering over notifying Christchurch's provisional Local Alcohol Policy and get on with it.
OPINION: There’s no guarantee that you and your siblings will keep in touch in later years.
OPINION: My boyfriend has moved out and someone must explain it to the cat.