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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...

Austerity – as in “difficult economic conditions created by government measures to reduce public expenditure” – arrived in New Zealand in the 1980s. It...

When one of the more politically minded folk you know tells you they are seriously considering spoiling their ballot this year, you know that...

The trouble with the celebrity culture we’ve stumbled into this past few decades is that it’s a passive spectator sport. Sound and fury that...