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The ugly scenes at Kennedy Point this week didn’t happen by accident and they didn’t start in 2016 when the Kennedy Point marina was...

We have been needing active, energetic, scientific work to regenerate the underwater ecology of the Hauraki Gulf for decades and the Matiatia to Hakaimango...

The great and the good of conservation administration and politics gathered at the Tamaki Yacht Club on Tuesday morning, the sun coming up in...

The over-stuffed bed was fully 350 cm deep, an opulent white damask sandwich of coils, springs, toppers and, in a lingering camera shot, what...

By 2007, Auckland City – to which we had been joined nearly 20 years earlier – was taking $15 million in rates and direct...

I read Indian author and global activist Arundhati Roy’s first novel, The God of Small Things, in the excellent company of our ultra-casual island...

In the last few moments as the outcome of the 2021 America’s Cup challenge become an inevitability, watching a last camera pan of this...

Local government’s startling rise in confidential workshops hit headlines last month when a Rotorua businessman asked the Ombudsman’s office to arbitrate over Rotorua Lakes...

I was temporarily home-schooling two of my grandsons when the move-to-higher-ground instructions circulated after last week’s seven and eight magnitude earthquakes off our northeastern...

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...