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OPINION: It's been nearly a week and the shroud of mystery has yet to dissipate.
OPINION: Google wants to make the internet readily available on a cost-effective basis to everyone in the world.
It's been a week of road safety issues, prompting the obvious conclusion: Let's get rid of cars. Or roads. Or idiot drivers.
Recent research carried out in the United States claims that middle-age people who have a high-protein diet are at much greater risk of dying from cancer than those with a less protein-rich diet.
I wish to clarify my position regarding the Caroline Bay Management Plan and the positioning of any cafe/bar on Caroline Bay.
I see Justice, Rodney Hansen has approved the adding of fluoride to drinking water (March 8).
I am not surprised that no-one wants to be the Labour candidate for Rangitata after the way they treated Julian Blanchard.
OPINION: You've flown for hours, you're tired, and the first thing you do on landing is jump into a rental car.
If you haven't been to Adelaide then you should go, now. Seriously, right now is the best time to go there.
The death of Charlotte Dawson was sad on two counts.
We have a very serious problem in New Zealand.
It's been a long time since South Canterbury produced a world-class track and field athlete.
It was hard to eat with him sitting opposite me.
Before it becomes law, a bill (or a proposal for a new law) has to go through a few stages.
Some countries such as China and India, are putting in place renewable energy policies as an alternative to oil.
I read your story about proposed clinical lab downgrades (Wednesday).
As a former microbiologist I would like to support Diana Scott (Wednesday) in her abhorrence of cutting services at Timaru Laboratory by sending microbiological services out of town.
OPINION: During the past week, the photograph has become a familiar one.
OPINION: We get sick and tired, don't we, of those within the power industry blaming each other for price rises.
What could possibly have possessed Craighead Diocesan School to think that Michael Laws in any way, shape or form could be considered suitable to be working with young women?
Further to your editorial, ''The risk is worth it'' (February 27), when things go wrong we don't usually hear about them in the media unless we go to the internet.
Bill Begg is right. And so is Alex Baumann.
I have recently had some bad luck, and some very good luck.
O C Smith has challenged me (Letters, Tuesday) to name clean energy that is able to provide for all of our energy needs. I am happy to do this, and to help O C Smith and all those many others who are afflicted to awaken from the Rip Van Winkle syndrome that blinds his and their vision of an alternative energy system.
New Waimate District Mayor Craig Rowley is making all the right noises over a Waimate Stadium upgrade.
There's a debate going on in the United Kingdom that's been overshadowed in New Zealand by more pressing international news.
The fall of apartheid and the narrative that has emerged since then of the legitimacy that was bestowed on the South African regime through sporting ties has dismissed once and for all the specious notion that sport and politics are not intimately intertwined.
Thank you to those who came to my rescue after I fell over on the slippery tiles at Temuka last Friday.
OPINION: t is a shame no one has stepped forward so far to run for Labour in the Rangitata electorate.
Last week's column on happiness was coincidental with the sad news of Charlotte Dawson's death.