Mark Dawson is editor of the Whanganui Chronicle
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Editorial: Mike King delivers message every student should hear
Former comic puts on another great show, this time talking to students about mental health
100 and out as Castlecliff Bowling Club closes its doors
Bowls club folds -- prime development site up for sale
Editorial: Support participation in sport -- sure. But make it girls AND boys
It seems women and girls will continue to be treated as "the weaker sex" in sport
New Zealand's oldest daily newspaper changes its name
New Zealand's oldest daily changes its name
Editorial: Despite shooting, 'gang town' label is still way wide of the mark
Someone gets shot and, for a brief spell, it's all about the gangs
Editorial: Shock departure casts a cloud over Whanganui's economic agency
Out-of-the-blue resignation not a good look for Whanganui's economic agency
Special Chronicle offer for stunning new glossy book on Whanganui
Whanganui in all its glory -- super book offer for Chronicle readers
Editorial: University vice-chancellor eats her own words with Brash ban
It takes a heck of a lot to trump the right to freedom of speech
Editorial: Predictable attack on Borrows by hardline law-and-order lobby
Tougher "punishment" tends to produce hardened people more likely to offend again
Metro colts favourites to nail their third trophy of the season
Metro favourites for Saturday's final as they bid to complete triple crown
Bizarre tales of Whanganui prove truth is stranger than fiction
Stranger than fiction -- these quirky tales from Whanganui's bygone era are all true.
Editorial: Not so simple for Simon to bridge the gap
Time to check what odds you can on Judith Collins leading National sometime late 2019.
Editorial: Security cameras become a murky problem
Security camera concerns - who sees what and is privacy at risk?
Editorial: Doing without what you couldn't do without
Shame of being spotted with a plastic shopping bag - like being caught smoking in public
Editorial: Please be careful what you 'accept', Jacinda
Ardern learning the language - and lessons - of international diplomacy
Editorial: Police and Immigration over the top in treatment of Mark Middleton
Heavy-handed action reflects badly on police and Immigration NZ
Opinion | Why John Key should have flagged his legacy project
John Key's biggest regret - hoisted by his own flag petard.
Jones spot on about our so-called 'national carrier'
Air NZ has turned its back on the regions and taxpayers are right to be upset
Editorial: National's women - nothing for Bridges to brag about
Bridges emphasis on female roles looks tokenist and naive.
Review: Brilliant Tempest produces a storm of laughs
Great cast, great setting -- another Shakespearean triumph at the botanic gardens
Editorial: Money talks ... and only it will change US gun laws
Gassroots action offers a slim chance of changes in US gun laws
Editorial: Re-think on state housing to be applauded
New houses represent a U-turn by Housing NZ -- and it is most welcome.
Editorial: Winter Olympics bridges gaps and brings hope
It's not peace in our time but it is cause for hope as sport brings two Koreas together