I was going to write about the election like everyone else.
To us, New Zealand is paradise. It is the place we daydream the most about in our non-New Zealand time (which is most of the time).
Prime Minister John Key wants the debate about a new flag settled next year.
OPINION: Disaster experts are meeting in Wellington, the ideal location to discuss natural hazards and how to mitigate the risks.
OPINION: Labour now faces a long period of soul-searching and agony.
OPINION: The dust will be settling post-election for weeks to come.
You seek (Absolutely, negatively Wellington, September 20) a clue as to why Wellington's sporting record is so bad.
The referendum on Scottish independence was going to cause rage and frustration whichever way it went.
What a campaign. Its most striking feature has been the attempt by agenda-driven activists to influence the outcome.