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Public scrutiny of a proposal which would (among other worrying changes) increase the speed limit on Auckland’s inner harbour from 12 to 18 knots...

As a yachtie, I raised and lowered quarantine flags punctiliously in new ports for years and woe betide any of us on the ocean...

The America’s Cup is a strange beast. As ghastly as the egos of some of the millionaire and billionaire syndicate bosses are as they wave...

About the time a bellicose Donald Trump was lighting a bonfire under the mob that rioted into the inner sanctums of the US Capitol,...

‘How many years does it take to become a Waihekean?’ has always been a wistful question frequently asked by relative newcomers. It’s unanswerable but...

“First time on the market in 22 years!” the listing screams. “A rare gem…spectacular views…”  So far, so normal for a Christmas season TradeMe property listing...

The Overton window is the range of ideas the public is willing to consider and accept — ideas a politician could successfully campaign on....

Towering over the clipped entrance to the museum at Claris on Aotea/Great Barrier Island is the rather wonderful Tiri buoy. Once the mooring for the...

Clearly, we are at a watershed point in human civilisation.  I’d like to think that, standing on a fairer, more inclusive and generous planet 30...

Sometimes, reporting on Auckland Council’s relationship with its least-favoured island is like watching a birthday party game of whack-a-mole – a frenzied seethe of...