OPINION: The world of cricket rightly stands aghast, but there's no need for a hasty decision on "bouncers".
OPINION: The Government looked cocky, arrogant and ill-discplined this week.
Wellington needs to start attracting immigrants to compete with Auckland and Canterbury.
The Government is ramming through a sweeping anti-terrorism law at great speed with almost no public consultation.
OPINION: With a seat on the United Nations Security Council now is the time for New Zealand to put its foot on the pedal for nuclear disarmament, writes former prime minister Sir Geoffrey Palmer .
OPINION: The baffling sex lives of fur seals would make you flinch, just like the strange urges of human alpha males.
On the government website for safe and fuel-efficient driving, the New Zealand Transport Agency urges drivers to ''travel at moderate, steady speeds and avoid high speeds as they result in greater emissions''.
The public summary of the report into escaped paedophile Phillip Smith is more a litany of botches than an explanation of how they could have happened.
Oil companies have helped take the word "service" out of "service station".