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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...

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...