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Capital shouldn't kill off Snapper

OPINION: Wellington needs cheap, reliable public transport to arrest its declining use and get more cars off our congested roads.

Give runway plan every chance

OPINION: Wellington is now halfway into the detailed legwork needed to justify an airport runway extension.

New ferry the right fit

OPINION: We're confident the Stena Alegra is the right investment decision for the travelling public, for our freight and trucking customers.

Surplus crowing was premature

OPINION: That the Government is now projected to post a modest deficit instead of a modest surplus this financial year is materially not very important.

Measured response to siege

OPINION: Exactly what happened in the Sydney hostage tragedy will take some time to emerge.

George Dubya admits guilt?

OPINION: I may be ageing and paunchy but I can still dream. The dream takes place in court.

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Barbarians hide behind religion

Words can't express the disgust at the Isis and Boko Haram treatment of prisoners and women, or the horror at what happened in the school in Peshawar in Pakistan. As a Muslim, my heart bleeds to see such atrocities being carried out in the name of my religion. The people who belong to Isis or to TTP (Tehrik Taliban Pakistan), or Boko Haram in Nigeria, are not Muslims by any stretch of imagination. They are barbarians hiding under the cloak of religion, butchers slaughtering innocents, carrying out personal agendas of power and control. My only hope is that the misguided souls who actually think that these institutions represent Islam will realise these cowards deserve no understanding, sympathy, support or allegiance.

Huge public pay packets disturbing

The annual report on public sector chiefs' pay is out, months late for some unclear reason.

Time for new ideas?

Bill English has been Mr Boring but Sensible, making a virtue of his affable, taciturn nature.

Live chat: Mark Hammett

Hurricanes coach Mark Hammett joins us for a live chat on dompost.co.nz today (Friday) from 12.45pm.