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Top three columns of the year from Richard Prebble.
OPINION: Steve Braunias looks into the crystal ball and gives his predictions.
From Trump's America to Ardern's Aotearoa New Zealand, it's time to make democracy better.
OPINION: The last thing Democrats should be doing is exaggerating what Trump has done.
Editorial: While calling for the violence to stop, Trump also urged support to continue.
Letters: Donald Trump, Steve Braunias, Winston Churchill, Steven Joyce and Chris Liddell.
Kiwi snake-bite victim Pete Bethune has taught his daughter a lot over the years.
EDITORIAL: Staging of the cup encapsulates the luxurious freedoms NZ continues to savour.
Letters on positive news, QR codes, Joe Biden, the GDP and a Twitter ban.
OPINION: A dream team of comedians report for space duty but fail to achieve lift off.
Top three columns of the year from Kate MacNamara.
OPINION: Dylan Reeve explains how Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) works.
What the new, more infectious strains of Covid-19 mean for New Zealand.
OPINION: The US President's reckless impact on the United States and world will be vast.
Opinion: New US administration can renew ways to live, work, trade and engage with NZ.
Editorial: Tourism operators are worried about the rest of summer - older Kiwis can help.
Top three columns of the year from Steven Joyce.
OPINION: What's the difference between a laughable and a scary conspiracy theory? Action.
Opinion: Selfies and shared posts of happy times are making some of us sick.
Letters on postal services, police recruits, festival drugs and Donald John Trump.
Top three columns of the year from Fran O'Sullivan.
OPINION: Free societies have lived in smug peace for decades. That time is over.