Authors' claims about SAS are contemptible
Jim Tucker's career really took off after a fumble in the dark.
OPINION: Labour's Andrew Little on the Government's plans to end oil and gas exploration.
Australians' boorish behaviour at sporting events continues
My daughter and I argue but neither of us can prove we're right.
Ending offshore oil and gas exploration is a serious misstep, writes New Plymouth MP Jonathan Young.
Portuguese adventurer Vasco da Gama believed the cure for "sea scurvy" was to "wash your mouth with your own urine" - it didn't work.
After a night drinking wine found in a ruined Italian city in WWII Herbie Low struggled to find his teeth.
The Government's oil and gas exploration decision has deep flaws, writes Arun Chaudhari, CEO Taranaki Chamber of Commerce.
It would be nice to see Kiwis in uninterrupted action.
What exactly are schools allowed to ask you to pay for, and what are you legally obliged to pay for?
In the pioneering days often the nearest stores could be a day's trek away, now they're a two minute drive.
Koha comes from a place of love and generosity and balances out incurred obligations.
OPINION: Rob Tucker is coaching sports codes to lift their game in how they tell their stories.
OPINION: Big numbers swirl around the petroleum industry so decisions around its future won't be easy.
Tom Scott is a national treasure. And as funny as anyone can be, says Jim Tucker.
This is the holiest time of year for Christians.
OPINION: We're in the middle of a technological revolution. But is anyone winning?
OPINION: For the love of my expanding waistline, don't give my children too many Easter eggs.
OPINION: Jim Tucker reckons there's a good case for swearing a lot less. At least in public.
OPINION: We are not one people in New Zealand, and neither should we try to be a mono-cultural society.
Roger Hanson explains just what it was that was so great about Stephen Hawking.
Stopping exploration would lead to larger carbon footprint
Open homes are the first date.
The government needs to insist all food and hardware companies use recyclable packaging.
OPINION: To be successful you have to work at it. Yes, even when it's boring.
OPINION: There's a call to reduce the number of prisoners because of overcrowding.
OPINION: Jim Tucker is still seeking a number of answers about New Plymouth February water crisis.
OPINION: Before Christmas Barrie Smith went for a drive. He was shocked by what he saw.
Perhaps instead it's the deification of youth that bothers me, writes the Revd Annie Baigent-Ritchie