The North Shore MP's aggressive opposition to the End of Life Choice Bill is proving such a turn off that it can only bolster the pro-euthanasia side, writes Graham Adams.
Different scams are dealt with by different agencies, leaving many consumers confused as to where to go. The Commission for Financial Capability's Bronwyn Groot says it's time to centralise how we report scams in New Zealand.
A review of the school system has recommended a new organisation structure based around centralised Education Hubs. Auckland Grammar headmaster Tim O'Connor thinks that's a terrible idea.
The independent taskforce report on Tomorrow's Schools recommends big changes to school governance, and a lot of principals are up in arms. Auckland high school principal Claire Amos explains why she's not one of them.
On the 6th of May, the Victoria University of Wellington council will meet to discuss a proposed name change – again. National MP Nicola Willis thinks the whole thing is absurd.
James Casson's comments on refugees and the Christchurch attack have attracted widespread condemnation. But he's far from the first Hamilton councillor to spout embarrassing rubbish.
Sohail Din of the University of Auckland's Muslim Student Association talks to Toby Morris about Friday prayers and life after the Christchurch terrorist attacks for Muslim New Zealanders.
Children with special education needs and disability aren’t even getting the education they’re legally entitled to, let alone the one they deserve, and it’s about time the Minister of Education took ownership, writes Jai Breitnauer.
A former leader of NZ's far right communities says groups have closed up shop, but we must interrogate their claims and listen to the voices they try to speak over.
Two survivors tell their stories of the mosque attacks and the days that followed, after watching the National Remembrance Service at Hagley Park.
Christchurch shooting survivor Farid Ahmed, whose wife was killed on March 15, spoke at the National Remembrance Service today. This is his speech.
Reform needs to address firearm issues beyond those directly related to the Christchurch terrorist’s approach, and loopholes must be closed
Cashmere High School attracted national attention as the school a number of terrorist victims attended, and the driving force behind last week's emotional schools vigil in the centre of Christchurch.
After seeing three shows in the Auckland Arts Festival this week, Sam Brooks reflects on the place of art in the wake of national tragedy.
I implore New Zealanders to centre the victims, to examine our past, to understand that for many of us, this attack was more of a 'when' and not an 'if'
I have been encouraged by those who have started to reflect. I hope we can take that love, and can learn to listen, writes Marama Davidson
Ross Webb calls on his fellow South Africans to stop helping those who perpetuate the myth and who use South Africa to support their deluded fantasies.