The Sift: We all have a role in averting the agony and pain of crime against children

The Sift: We all have a  role in averting the agony and  pain of crime  against children

Nothing is more painful and tormenting than violent crimes against children. God’s greatest creation, humankind, begins with children.

Letters: Be guided by mining companies’ abuse of neighbours

Dear editor,

Look at other indigenous countries who have allowed mining into their areas before you buy the mining company promises of vast amount of money and jobs for locals.

Editorial: Finals fun at Raemaru Park

The mama at the sausages and drinks shop at Raemaru Park reckons this weekend was the first time Arorangi had ever hosted the rugby final.

Opinion: As a nation do we feel the wind on our face, do we see dark clouds gathering?

Presidents and Prime Ministers alike, no-one is above the law. None can disregard the founding laws that were put in place to protect husbands and wives, parents and children, employers and their staff.

Editorial: Have the decency to explain stand-down

What is a conduct issue?

That’s the question left hanging in the air by Public Service Commissioner Russell Thomas’ explanation of why he has stood down Diane Charlie-Puna from her position.

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