Time to transfer

In 2009, Tauranga City Council bought 11 Mission Street for the Elms and a peppercorn rental was charged until ownership was transferred to it. The transfer... Read More

Bus lane botch job

It is time to revisit the unplanned Hairini bus lane introduction. Even when a bus does use the bus lane, they will be basically empty and, in the meantime,... Read More

Mental health claims astounding

I was astounded when I read the letter entitled ‘Church has a lot to answer for’ (The Weekend Sun, February 15). The claim that faith in God,... Read More

A family affair

Fostering is rewarding work, and assisting a child to heal and build trust again after a trauma is an amazing triumph. However, I feel the current law... Read More

Bad habits in crawling traffic

I write in response to K. Gilmore’s letter last week (The Weekend Sun, February 22). While I totally agree that yes, crawling traffic is hardly a... Read More

Campervan fees make sense

I frequently camp in Europe, and many cities over there have a good solution to the many thousands of campervans that visit popular cities. They give... Read More

1080 take is misinformed

In response to Clayton Mitchell’s piece on advocating alternatives to 1080 (The Weekend Sun, February 22), while looking for alternatives is a good... Read More

Rugby remonstration is owners’ right

“On ne change pas une équipe qui gagne” goes the French proverb. One doesn’t change a winning team, or, if it ain’t broke,... Read More

Time to transfer

In 2009, Tauranga City Council bought 11 Mission Street for the Elms and a peppercorn rental was charged until ownership was transferred to it. The transfer... Read More

Bus lane botch job

It is time to revisit the unplanned Hairini bus lane introduction. Even when a bus does use the bus lane, they will be basically empty and, in the meantime,... Read More

Mental health claims astounding

I was astounded when I read the letter entitled ‘Church has a lot to answer for’ (The Weekend Sun, February 15). The claim that faith in God,... Read More

A family affair

Fostering is rewarding work, and assisting a child to heal and build trust again after a trauma is an amazing triumph. However, I feel the current law... Read More

Glass houses

While I agree that the amount of distracted drivers out there is horrifying, texting in crawling traffic on the Baypark-to-Bayfair drive is hardly life... Read More

Don’t blame God

I wish to reply to K. Conder’s letter that suggests the church has a lot to answer for regarding mental health issues. It is obvious the writer... Read More

Questions for Immigration

What is going on with New Zealand’s Immigration department? First they allow bad guys to stay, now they are expelling good people. Don’t... Read More