South Canterbury Drama League's new show Showstoppers 2 covers music from range of stage shows.
"Kindness is love with its workboots on."
"It started with a tweet. Who'd have thought it could be so sweet?"
The $50,000 grant to investigate reinstating the Christchurch-Invercargill passenger rail service is music to my ears.
I've had a linguistic epiphany in the last week, but I'm trying not to get over-emojical about it.
OPINION: Liam Reid got married in Auckland's Paremoremo Prison on Tuesday morning. Let that sink in for a while.
I've just received news of a tax refund from the IRD. That's good news, isn't it?
It was an icy morning and the bed was all too cosy, but I had to wallydrag myself from its captivatingly comforting grip.
Nuffield scholar Ryan O'Sullivan shares his observations after exploring the state of global agriculture.
OPINION: Today's subject is something else high on many people's priority list – sex.
OPINION: Ever done one of those exercises where you're asked what historical character you most wish you could have been?
Derek Burrows considers the money problem.
What are the lessons from Britain for New Zealand's opposition parties ahead of the coming election?
I think I've discovered why I like cats so much.
OPINION: Dongle or dowager? Try out these neologisms for a new take on the meanings of words.
EDITORIAL: Maybe it's time for something drastic.
OPINION: There are so many things I remember about it.
EDITORIAL: The "white tangata whenua" story has highlighted society's filter problem.
OPINION: Disappointing a group of schoolkids isn't the kind of thing I enjoy doing.
OPINION: Are we in danger of seeing the extinction of empathy in our lifetime?
Fog has impacted Timaru flights and shipping movements for the second time in three days.
OPINION: NZ mayors are desperate for government financial help to cope with freedom campers, but ratepayers are footing the bill.
OPINION: I think I may have made medical history.
Today we're going to talk about scones.
Three Dog Night's hit song was reprised as Grant Shimmin considered the furore over a Winston Peters press release.
It was a sleepy afternoon at Christchurch Airport.
I've just returned from an overseas trip and I didn't attempt to smuggle illicit substances into the countries I visited.
It seems to me that as a species we have a real problem in assigning value appropriately.
It's a gripe of mine that comes around as regularly as Easter.
OPINION: Truth was abandoned as a Timaru school revealed it was withdrawing from an immunisation programme.