OPINION: I've decided at the weekend that perhaps it was time to employ a password manager, writes Derek Burrows.
OPINION: Asked if rich people get better justice than poor people, eminent defence lawyer Peter Williams QC was quick to say yes.
OPINION: This 1080 poison warning in fish is quite a big deal. Even if the Conservation Department is trying to play it down.
So, the Labour Party is in the market for a new leader.
OPINION: Out story on the front page today would have to get many of us thinking.
OPINION: A common theme emerged in two quite different stories this week. And the theme was, a shortage of people.
OPINION: A coroner's finding usually brings closure in cases of unexpected deaths, but not in the case of Dale Bellaney.
OPINION: I find it incredible that someone would travel from the US to Australia just so they can buy the new Apple iPhone 6.
OPINION: South Canterbury's Anniversary Weekend had the usual array of sporting fixtures, but a closer look shows something special was going on.
OPINION: So that's that then. National's in government for a third term and Labour has recorded its lowest result since 1992.
OPINION: I was an angry young man last week.
OPINION: What were the National Party's policies again?
OPINION: There's sympathy for each side in the case of a Temuka man sentenced to 100 hours' community service for selling sports fish, namely salmon.
OPINION: Oh the bliss if your political beliefs are so ingrained that your vote tomorrow is a no brainer.
OPINION: Nationally the election campaign has been full of drama, but it can't be said of the local version.
OPINION: Step 1. Make the gigatown finals. Tick. Step 2. Win the finals. Pending.
OPINION: Workable coalitions are unclear, parties with some good policies and people also have bad ones.
OPINION: The man behind the Rangitata South Irrigation Scheme is a doer, not a talker. He doesn't go looking for pats on the back.
OPINION: For more and more voters, Election Day has already come and gone. And maybe that's a good thing.
So the Targa rally drivers won't get their spin around the Levels Raceway. That's a shame, but not the end of the world.
It is a natural reaction. "Set up a legal highs shop near me . . . you've got to be kidding."
OPINION: We have a small window of opportunity to raise awareness of the potential hazards of using sky lanterns.
OPINION: I called back page 1 of the Herald on Tuesday night, for a spot of breaking news.
OPINION: Politicians don't answer questions because they don't know the answer; they don't like the true answer; or they don't want to be held to the answer.
OPINION: Oh, the delicious irony of it. People trying to have a perve at nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence bring New Zealand's internet to its knees.
OPINION: It would be a shame if a way can't be found for the Targa Rally competitors to experience a spin around Levels Raceway.
OPINION: How easy is it for you to believe that four years have already passed since the September 4 quake that changed a city forever?
OPINION: There are times when it seems quite easy to think of conflict being far removed from us - though this week we've plainly been affected.
What a difference a couple of months can make in motor racing.
OPINION: It really was a moment to feel proud.