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Finding whatever works in tough times is important, writes Nicola Patrick.
Leadership on climate shouldn't be the sole preserve of the Green Party.
Burning orange skies, Iranian missiles ... is this the end of days?
Another week, another tragedy in our beautiful country.
Public transport, state highways and water quality are key issues for Nicola Patrick.
Declaring a climate emergency isn't a stunt, says Nicola Patrick
Forestry done well adds to our communities - but is this programme doing it well?
COMMENT: Council's freshwater funding increase surprises, streaming decision disappoints.
This year was meant to be the year I got back on my bike, writes Nicola Patrick.
Is a dystopian nightmare coming, or can the future hold something else?
Is Facebook really the place for news?
Nicola Patrick reflects on Whanganui's new and long-standing success stories
This Valentine's I also wish for security and stability in loving homes for our children
The one that got me was the two images of a glacier taken 10 years apart
A new year with resolutions
2019 is our year for hope
Nicola Patrick on the spirit of Christmas
Nicola Patrick reflects back after 200 columns
Does mud from Parliament reach all the way to provincial politics?
We need to make long-term changes and look beyond cost, inconvenience and fear of change
Dani Lebo, has allowed me to share part of her speech at Whanganui's Suffrage Day event
Take a moment for yourself - so we're ready for the next big environmental battle.
Why economic success isn't the only - or even the best - indicator of our progress
It's not easy, but it is time to cut down -- alcohol, plastic, screentime
Those who die are not statistics.
St John's Hill School's was presented with Green Gold Enviroschool certificate
My proposal for us to develop a climate change strategy was voted down last week.
I appreciate everyone who has their say, even those like grouchy talkback radio callers.
'Every time you spend money, you're casting a vote for the kind of world you want'
It's not easy looking good with a baby bump
The PM said: 'It's not where the future lies." I didn't know the future was so close.
Disappointment at failure to raise swimmable rivers target to 80 per cent
What final message would Stephen Hawking wanted to pass on to us?
Take care of yourself right now - apply your oxygen mask first or you're no use to anyone
If we leave these precious creatures to fend for themselves they will be gone.
Waitangi Day had a fresh feeling this year .. thanks to our PM
What's the big deal about the medicinal cannabis bill getting voted down?
If a young woman goes topless paints her chest with glitter does that mean it's touch her?
Choose kindness - but not at the expense of tolerating bad behaviour
Finding a balance at Xmas between rampant consumerism and kids' expectations ain't easy
River entity offers a unique way to look at the world
A Labour-Green-NZ First Government was an incredible treat.
Winston all-powerful doesn't mean MMP is wrong
Election 2017 - fantastic ride and an honour, despite the frustrations and disappointments
I have been reflecting on life's mysteries this week.