Opinion: It feels like some life coaches imply I need to quit my job to be truly happy.
Opinion: Abusing people trying to do their jobs is unacceptable.
Opinion: It can be hard to stay motivated to exercise in winter.
Opinion: Already the Government has dished out millions of dollars.
OPINION: Systemic racism is still very much alive.
A council committee has made a number of recommendations for the city's long-term plan.
"I just hope she is happy, healthy and loved."
OPINION: Despite best efforts, New Zealand's housing crisis is worsening.
OPINION: If we want our CBDs to thrive, we need to take responsibility as consumers.
OPINION: The current range of GP fees is astonishing.
OPINION: But children need to learn all parts of the digital world.
Opinion: Using a mobile phone while driving isn't worth the fine or the safety risk.
It is illegal to use old wood burners in homes in the Rotorua Airshed.
Terry Hawkey had an incredible life and was involved in wrestling throughout it.
A proposed shared path is a win for the community, but traffic islands are another matter.
Opinion: A long-term plan affects everyone in the region.
Hope for a trans-Tasman bubble only went so far for the "pioneer" business.
'I'm still hopeful someone from the private sector might see commercial viability.'
'I find this stressful but he loves this, he thrives on it.'
Sailing enthusiasts in Tauranga are getting ready for this afternoon's races.
Opinion: Helping kids with developmental issues should be top priority.
More than 50 roads in the area are up for review.
Recommendation to commit to reviewing public water supply made by a council committee.
The council agreed to a 24/7 ban for 12 months following reports of crime and disorder.
Opinion: About 700 people need rescuing from rips each year.
But those opposed to Māori wards say they aren't backing down.
Opinion: There's no reason we shouldn't embrace a green waste collection.
Opinion: Landlords need to embrace new tenancy laws and tenants need to be good ones.
OPINION: Addressing youth homelessness and poverty requires a collaborative approach.
The tourney was a way to remember Scott Steven, who died a month before his 61st birthday.
Opinion: End of year burnout doesn't have to be a given.
OPINION: Everyone has a right to be safe at work.
OPINION: Not everything about consumerism is bad.
OPINION: When tensions and problems cost money and affect progress, things need to change.
A local business is collecting for the appeal for the eighth year in a row.
OPINION: Bilingual road signs an easy way to showcase culture.
OPINION: There is a balance between grieving in peace and knowing graves are safe.
Opinion: In the long run, the roadworks are going to improve things.
Sector leaders share their thoughts on Labour policies now the party can govern alone.
OPINION: Cost-cutting can't be at the expense of those facing hardship.
OPINION: Allan and Tapsell were strides ahead of any other candidate.
Come Monday morning, Allan will be showing Labour's new MPs the ropes.
'We've given it our all. I'm really happy.'
The seat is wide open and two young women are among those gunning for the seat.
House prices in the region have surpassed a key benchmark for the first time.
How Chelsea Winter's latest book is turning sceptics into plant-based diet believers.
Opinion: Two referenda to vote on, plus who will represent us.
COMMENT: Return of Rotorua rescue helicopter a no-brainer.
The society wants to preserve its facilities for future generations.
Initially criticised, the Eiffel Tower now welcomes 7 million visitors a year.
Time to follow mask wearing rules
Comment: Local businesses are suffering and they need patronage.
Comment: More than just counselling needed to help young people.
Comment: I don't workout to lose weight, I workout so my body is capable of great things.
Why would you not guarantee the representation of a minority population?
The company has reached out to the family via the police to offer support.
We spent seven weeks working in one 2m by 3m spare bedroom.
Comment: Is it on the candidates to get out there or the voters to do their research?
The past 24 or so hours have been a rollercoaster of emotions.
The topics were among several discussed by election candidates at an event.
Comment: Do we need to buy masks or start planning our next island holiday?
Things could change with Covid-19 in an instant.
Jane Oakley-Hudson's heart stopped beating suddenly, today he was farewelled.