OPINION: The old boys have failed to fix New Zealand's doctor shortage, now it's our turn.
OPINION: It's time to have a conversation about how cars fit in with plans for a modern and vibrant city, writes Rowena Hay and Aaron Wong.
OPINION: Since the twin weather bombs did their worst, attention has shifted to Hamilton’s earthquake risk, writes Richard Swainson.
OPINION: Television is little more than a mirror reflecting back at us, with dreadful accuracy, who we really are, writes Narelle Henson.
OBITUARY: Mike Leach had an incredible thirst for knowledge which stood him in good stead as a school teacher.
OPINION: Rugby has created a financial rod for its own back by going professional and now the financial house of cards is falling in on itself, writes Max Christoffersen.
OPINION: Any man who claims he has not suffered from the effects of the female menstrual cycle is either genuinely celibate or has not been married long enough, Tom O'Connor writes.
OPINION: Financial impact of weather event yet to be felt.
OPINION: Honesty, transparency and fairness are paramount when it comes to matters that strike at the heart of democracy and public confidence, Peter Dornauf writes.
OPINION: Hamilton is expanding, stretching and you only need to try to take a quick trip across town to realise the city’s roads are not coping, writes Max Christoffersen.
OPINION: When immigrants are no threat to our own jobs, we don't have a problem with them, writes Narelle Henson.
OPINION: John Clarke gave us political and social satire as never heard before, and he wrote an original Fred Dagg monologue for Richard Swainson's wedding.
OBITUARY: Tom V Waite November 12, 1924 - March 31, 2017
OPINION: The team building the Hamilton section of the Waikato Expressway go to great lengths to check on bats, project manager Matt Fairweather writes.
OPINION: Sheep wander the grape-less vines of Villa Maria vineyards.
OPINION: Peter Dornauf puts his foot down and keeps his hat on.
OPINION: The report on the 2013 riot at the Spring Hill Prison has highlighted a classic example of how not to treat prisoners, writes Tom O'Connor.
OBITUARY: At the time of his death, Barry Ashby had written an estimated 1200 letters to a string of editors.
OPINION: Answering the call of nature took a turn for the worse in Hamilton last week, writes Richard Swainson.
OPINION: Spoon bending, psychics, magic water – the mind is a powerful thing, writes Max Christoffersen, who admits he was a believer – when he was 11.
OPINION: It is a very simple tactic to say something is not really a medicine but it will make ill people feel better to ensure that at least some desperately ill people will pay to try it, writes Tom O'Connor.
OPINION: Mount Laguna training camp offers trail of discovery for body and mind.
OPINION: Academics are once again getting it in the Arts & Social Science at Waikato University, Richard Swainson writes.
OBITUARY: Barbara Smith's love of music touched people wherever she went.
OPINION: Hamilton city cops are doing it tough, writes Max Christoffersen, who wonders how long they can stay motivated when the odds seem stacked against them.
OPINION: Free speech is worth protecting – even if we do have to put up with the odd horrible person saying awful things, writes Narelle Henson.
OPINION: Between 6 to 8 months of age, babies are citizens of the world as far as languages go, writes Dr Sabine Seehagen.
OPINION: Whio, the native blue duck, is our only true torrent duck and found nowhere else in the world. We must back all efforts to save them, writes Tom O'Connor.
OPINION: Hamilton is blooming with bold, brightly coloured graphic images thanks to street art festival BOON, Peter Dornauf writes.
OPINION: Humanities and social science are central to a university's role in society, writes Richard Swainson.