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OPINION: There is a settled and focussed feeling amongst the Labour camp that hasn't been present for some time.
OPINION: The baffling sex lives of fur seals would make you flinch, just like the strange urges of human alpha males.
OPINION: Keeping an eye on the big news stories can be a dismal occupation.
OPINION: Poor old Victoria Square. Her leafy shade will be removed and parts of her velvety lawn ripped out.
OPINION: Here at Air Some Of New Zealand, we have a proud sense of tradition. Although we'll only fly you between Auckland and Wellington.
OPINION: Pain is a shocker especially when it's happening to you.
Stopping at orange makes drivers unleash fury
OPINION: My sister's decided to stop at orange lights and the fury unleashed has been unexpected.
OPINION: To properly get a handle on what is going on, we should be questioning men, not women.
OPINION: As much as there is room for improvement, the fact remains overseas drivers are not Ebola on four wheels.
OPINION: When I hear bill-paying horror stories about old people, it makes me want to throw rocks though the windows of our great providers.
OPINION: Rape complainants need to have their cases thoroughly investigated, not $1m spent on research into the issue.
OPINION: Did you hear about the honeymooners arrested after a food fight? No wonder they call it the ball and chain.
OPINION: Maybe if we're going to get rid of personal fireworks, we should look at bringing back the burning of effigies.
OPINION: There is no such thing as right or wrong in language - but there is definitely good and bad.
OPINION: Let's lose the bird that most of us have never seen, which can't actually fly, or sing.
OPINION: A new initiative could help families participate in the economy in a productive manner.
OPINION: How many of our working poor are going to enjoy the fruits of a First World festive season?
OPINION: Halloween has come on so strong in NZ in the last decade, demonstrating the insidious cultural creep of America.
OPINION: Child poverty is at a disgraceful level yet the Government moves to decide what should be on a prominent rectangle.
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