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It’s not easy being told you’re average – but there it is in black and white. 46.7. That’s me. Smack bang in the middle of page...

The tanker driver’s withering smirk didn’t require a response. Regular readers may recall his last water delivery coincided with the heavy downpours which broke summer’s...

Today, Thursday 2 July, marks six months since the World Health Organisation first alerted its Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network partners about a...

Outside ASB, Morgs beams and glows his way through a story about his shiny new daughter. She’s feeding well and sleeping well; he couldn’t...

“Looks like you pushed the rain button,” my neighbour gleefully teased as the tanker rolled up. Our first water delivery in more than a decade...

Kelly Klink contacted the Gulf News on Tuesday to talk roadblocks. This is a woman who has led and won a battle all the way...

In many respects, level three does little to allow Waiheke to get back on its feet financially. Certainly, there’s an influx of construction workers,...

Chances are you’ve just picked this special edition of Gulf News out of your letterbox – possibly off a stand in a dairy or...

Sat at the bar, sipping a first gin and tonic and watching the queue for the 11.45 wind and sway its way back through...

At the heart of Polynesia there’s a lonely jutting atoll called Niue, and in the heart of Niue there’s a man who can charm...