OPINION: It really was a moment to feel proud.
Wellington housewife and Labour Party activist Harriet Wakefield puts aside her personal problems (lesbian affair, addiction to synthetic cannabis) to focus on the election campaign.
OPINION: Am I the only person in the world who finds the ice bucket challenge that is sweeping television and the internet slightly distasteful and extremely tedious?
OPINION: ACT Party donor and Auckland mother of two Danyel Southwark forgets her personal problems (fraud, child abuse) to focus on the party's election campaign.
OPINION: I'm really relieved I'm a swinger right now - it means I have a chance to influence the forthcoming election.
OPINION: Wellington housewife and Labour Party activist Harriet Wakefield is sidetracked when she has a lesbian affair with an Internet Party supporter ...
OPINION: It stuck with me the whole weekend, and beyond.
OPINION: Today we're going to talk about words.
OPINION: Everyday Housewife Danyel Southwark gives her breakdown on the week past, as relayed by satirist Steve Braunias.
OPINION: Vandals have already started defacing election billboards around the country, writes Derek Burrows.
OPINION: After taking part in the Enterprise in Action weekend earlier in the year, Roncalli College head boy Tom Anderson walked away as one of the top students.
OPINION: There has been no trickle down to industrious Kiwis at the bottom end of the wage scale, writes Derek Burrows.
OPINION: Wellington housewife Harriet Wakefield begins to wonder whether she made the right decision to leave her husband for a woman.
OPINION: Ah, trapped in Hawaii. A glorious thought, is it not?
OPINION: It was one of those wonderful winter mornings that are a South Canterbury speciality.
OPINION: A trip to the bank ends with an apology - but not from Everyday Housewife Danyel Southwark.
OPINION: Let's talk about silly money. It's that time of year.
OPINION: I'm fed up with the growing trend for big businesses to tack "add-ons" on to their bills.
OPINION: It's not a long way from Nugget Point to the road that leads back to the Southern Scenic Route through the Catlins.
OPINION: It's not an entirely comfortable week for everyday housewife Harriet Wakefield in Rotorua with her ex-lover.