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: It's unsustainable to expect cash-poor ratepayers to cover the likes of hefty infrastructure costs, by basing rates on property values.
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: We inched forward, all around us the sounds of appointments breaking and grown adults weeping into their steering wheels.
OPINION: Few will mourn the departure of Tau Henare from the political scene.
OPINION: Trotting your kids out to cry in front of the cameras makes me wince, writes Tahu Potiki.
OPINION: Johnny Moore says we should listen carefully when outsiders question the Christchurch rebuild.
OPINION: I have nothing against people doing a bit of overseas travel even though they live on money provided by the taxpayer.
OPINION: The monarchy has proven to be a stable, hands-off arrangement - is that really a bad thing to endure? l Blustery welcome for royals
The weekend was an outstanding performance in a long line of golden weather.
OPINION: New Zealand's longstanding reputation as a safe place to visit is fast being eroded by heartless, unthinking thugs.
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OPINION: Despite all the guff about sharing the road, bicycles and motor vehicles are a bad combination.
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OPINION: One of the British Secret Intelligence Service's top agents has claimed that women make the best spies.
OPINION: The business arms of large Maori incorporations and iwi corporates have grown to participate in a meaningful way in the dairy industry.
OPINION: What is wrong in NZ that makes terrible things like the Glen Jones killing happen?
OPINION: Running a business on the busy intersection of Bealey Ave and Victoria St, I see a lot of crazy driving.
A warm towel's a nice indulgence but towels dry perfectly well on a washing line and a heated towel rail is a luxury that costs the world.
OPINION: We have forgotten how to be sick. No, scratch that. We have forgotten how to get better.
The presence of large numbers of protesters on the streets no longer seems to give governments pause.
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