OPINION: It is deeply disappointing that our sacred day has been molested with so many events, marches and parades unceremoniously curtailed out of an abundance of caution.
OPINION: The Government's latest environmental snapshot paints a worrying picture of urban sprawl.
OPINION: Jacinda Ardern wouldn't be the first politician to fear the Winston effect.
OPINION: Only better data will make, or disprove, the case for routinely armed cops.
OPINION: One voice that has traditionally struggled to find its mouthpiece is still mostly unheard in the wake of the Christchurch shootings: Muslim women.
OPINION: The capital gains tax was the holy grail on the way to Jacinda's socialist nirvana.
OPINION: Jacinda Ardern called climate change our "nuclear-free" moment. A damning new report suggests the Doomsday Clock has moved closer to midnight.
OPINION: The Press presents the capital gains tax discussion, translated for our readers.
OPINION: There is good news if you know where to look.
OPINION: The symptoms might be familiar to many Cantabrians: Forgetfulness, an inability to focus, difficulty in completing simple tasks, anxiety, irritability, insomnia.
OPINION: They're a young woman's trust steed in a dark city full of misogynists.
OPINION: I wept for Notre Dame, but not for Assange (though I hope his cat's OK).
OPINION: You can't fill a data gap with data that doesn't exist.
OPINION: Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between cowardice and pragmatism.
OPINION: Washington Way Skate Park has been a huge success.
OPINION: French President Emmanuel Macron says Notre Dame must be rebuilt. He's right, because its loss would significantly undermine the globe's cultural capital.
OPINION: What's the difference between the vice president of the United States and Israel Folau, the footballer?
OPINION: People are best-placed to lead their own recovery and define what will have the most impact for them after a crisis.
OPINION: Julian Assange was simply letting the world know what elected officials were up to.
OPINION: The compelling story of Ōtaki nurse Louisa Akavi is one to which the word extraordinary comfortably applies on several counts.
OPINION: No-one, not even David Seymour, supports it as it is. So why should it pass?
OPINION: The growing pain at the pump looks set to fuel renewed drumbeats of discontent, like an action replay of last winter's uprising from motorists.
OPINION: New science challenges our understanding of what constitutes life.
OPINION: It's ironic that the most incredible human minds predicted the nature of black holes, which remind us how inconsequential we are.
OPINION: The UN can help New Zealand after the terror attacks, says Kiwi official.
OPINION: The best antidote to bad speech is good speech.
OPINION: In times of trouble, we draw comfort from beauty, art and light.
OPINION: What is it with MPs and their incessant need to play politics behind every door?
God the Heavenly Father is an armchair fullback. Who knew?
OPINION: It's a case of two strikes and you're out for Folau, but free speech is bigger than one man's folly.