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Comment: Farmers can do many things – but they cannot do all things says Dr Rowarth.
The All Blacks' under-appreciated skipper has a chance to do more than chase great.
New York Times: Could Taika Waititi shake up the Oscar race and dislodge Tarantino?
Financial Times: England cricket selector Ed Smith on the art of improving performance.
PREMIUM: We rank the greatest moments in the history of the Rugby World Cup.
COMMENT: Cannabis reform a no-brainer after stories from people arrested for drug use.
New York Times: Claims Johnson only embraced Brexit when it was politically advantageous.
New York Times: Rejection from Elton John was particularly tough for Trump to swallow.
What an aged care worker has to be - calm, loving, respectful, kind, positive and capable
Comment: Govt needs to extend the consultation time frame for Freshwater policy.
It was an incredible win and enthralled the 200-strong crowd for the whole game.
'It attracted quite a bit of attention from the crowd.'
"They are like giant rabbits that eat their way through native bush."
The government is pushing EVs - what about bikes?
Tauranga's Aaron Pulford and Rotorua's Michael Voss finished first and second.
In the first of our new podcast series we revisit the March 15 mosque attacks.
New York Times: Aliens, if they're watching, probably have some questions for humanity.
New York Times: Is Britain in a constitutional crisis?
Debate about "weaponised advertising technology" being used by political parties.
New York Times: Dangerous dust scattered onto Paris streets at Notre Dame burned.
The untold story of one of the Cherry Blossoms' greatest ever upsets.
COMMENT: Lack of regulations is giving the vaping industry free rein.
New York Times: Social media had plenty to say. Not much of it was nice.
Jobs at Rotorua's new luxury Pullman Hotel will be advertised from October.
New York Times: Funeral goers were encouraged to wear "the most inappropriate t-shirt".
New York Times: Small-town drug bust offers closer look at vast black market for vaping.
COMMENT: History tells us where we came from - and where we're going.
I'm as surprised as you are that this is happening in New Zealand, writes Lee Suckling.
Bay of Plenty readers have their say.
Can your brain be trained to simulate the effects of gastric band surgery?
More than $1million has been spent in Tauranga putting homeless people into motels.
The crash brought back memories for one of the first members of the public on the scene.
What are climate change's best and worst scenarios? Scientist James Renwick explains.
Not moving often biggest killer of productivity, physio-turned-business owner says.
You say: Plenty of options for Whenuapai.
COMMENT: How can we make our playgrounds dangerous again? Matt Heath has some ideas.
Methane from cows remains NZ's biggest climate change problem.
COMMENT: Cutting Ngani Laumape now looks the easy part of the All Blacks' midfield riddle.
We say: Debate showed how candidates and the race have changed and yet stayed the same.
Which bank received the most complaints?
Two of the greatest classical musicians alive treat APO fans to the concert of a lifetime.
A daily column looking at some of the more humorous, satirical and simply strange news.
Comment: Netflix series Cowboy Bebop is a significant milestone for filming in Auckland.
Rotorua readers have their say.
Is vaping the answer to getting smokers to put the cigarettes down?
COMMENT: Advantage Springboks, as All Blacks muddle their way into World Cup opener.
A Rotorua mum believes rear-facing child car seats helped in crash.
COMMENT: Five times the All Blacks had to change their World Cup plans at late notice.
If Crown Law didn't draft the initial terms, who would?
Data out this week is expected to show the economy remains in slowdown mode.
"Bless you," you say, shocked into superstition by the violence of the act.
There's an emergency in our native wilderness. Why are so many Kiwis oblivious to it?
Cruise deals for travellers whose love of cruising is larger than their wallets.
An explosion of food and wine producers has helped Adelaide bars to sprout like weeds.
Financial Times: The maverick hedgie on making suits badass — and coming out at 48
How much would you pay for a rental in Tauranga's cheapest suburbs?
Financial Times: String of box office flops leaves distributors wary.
A former Austrian chef is a general storekeeper in one-shop-stop Northland farming valley.
Jacinda Ardern reveals her proudest moment six months on from the March 15 shootings.
An incredible story of Northland's Bron Hames coming back from the brink through rugby.
Alexia Santamaria takes a food-lover's road trip down the south coast of NSW.
AIMS Games gives dancers opportunity to excel on and off the stage.
The Bay of Plenty Volcanix put up a good fight in their loss to Auckland Storm.
Kim Knight takes a bite of Western Australia ahead of its annual Gourmet Escape festival.
What Rotorua suburb would you invest in?
COMMENT: There has been no commitment to making our second language compulsory in schools.
COMMENT: If farmers don't see a future, then the future of New Zealand Inc looks bleak.
COMMENT: My experience of growers of our food is that they love what they do.