OPINION: Judging by the responses I received after last week's column, my wife's not the only one lying awake all night.
OPINION: There she is, lying awake and looking sad when I splutter to life in the morning.
OPINION: Anniversaries are a good time to stop and reflect. Where have we come from? Where do we want to go?
OPINION: 'Lawn is like booze. A little bit is a great thing. But too much and we'll wake up with a headache.'
OPINION: Hope for the planet tied to an old bloke who drives a Renault and sits at head of an institution that has much to answer for.
OPINION: I'm in trouble with my wife after telling her I think men are funnier than women.
OPINION: We need to nurture the quirky projects putting Christchurch on a global stage.
OPINION: Earthquake news is ramping down, but reports of no-good boy racers are on the rise.
John Stanley is my hero. When I grow up I want to be him.
OPINION: Johnny Moore looks at what makes Christmas in our city special.
OPINION: Street art is something that will help put Christchurch on the map for something other than disastrous disaster recovery.
OPINION: The Old Hack - my journalistic mentor - has been on the phone again this week.
OPINION: Johnny Moore was blown away by the support he received for his recent column.
OPINION: Johnny Moore finds himself sticking up for the Ministry Nightclub, and lamenting its loss.
OPINION: Johnny Moore looks at why precincts stink, though suggests prostitutes walk the Justice Precinct.
OPINION: Johnny Moore decides that next year he won't be such a Cup Day grouch.
OPINION: If farmers are forced to sell up and cash in, what does that mean for our future?
OPINION: How about some of the city's public green space be used for a locally-run farm?
OPINION: As we rebuild Christchurch, should we be looking at a city like Portland or aim to be more like Canberra?
OPINION: I read the headline of the year the other day: "Luck of the Irish has sex-disease downside".
OPINION: In the not too distant future, Victoria St will be busier than Lincoln Rd.
OPINION: I have seen proposals for buildings in this city that will be truly special. Just don't expect that of every landlord.
OPINION: I'm pleased to report that my new Christchurch Phone Directory was delivered the other day.
OPINION: About now, fair-weather motorcyclists like me start thinking about getting their bike on the road for summer.
OPINION: It's almost a decade since I graduated from journalism school.
OPINION: Who will line up to spend $450,000 on a 75-square-metre apartment with one parking space?
OPINION: The idea that people need to spend money to show love is offensive, says Johnny Moore.
OPINION: It's like a horse race from here, one where some horses start further ahead than others.
OPINION: Now that we are rebuilding our city from scratch, how are we including older people?
OPINION: The University of Canterbury doesn't have the smell of a dying institution.
OPINION: The first casualties of the quakes were people, the second were buildings and the third was democracy.
OPINION: If you don't like the cardboard cathedral, don't look at it. Simple.
OPINION: If your old dunger can't keep up with traffic then don't drive on the motorway.
OPINION: If you carved off some land, you could build low-rise buildings and create pedestrian laneways.