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Sunday Star-Times Short Story Award Winners

Wednesday, 28 October 2009, 11:39 am | Sunday Star Times

New Zealand’s best short story was announced tonight at the Sunday Star-Times Short Story Awards ceremony held at the Auckland City Gallery Art Lounge at a lavish literary affair. Supreme Award for the open division went to Waimate writer Sue Francis for ... More >>

Sunday Star Times Opens Voting to Public

Monday, 19 October 2009, 12:04 pm | Sunday Star Times

This year a new category has been added to the Sunday Star-Times’ Short Story Awards to give the public the chance to vote online for their favourite story. Excerpts from the top 10 entries have been published on-line at http://www.shortstory.co.nz. ... More >>

Bright future for literary writing in New Zealand

Thursday, 8 November 2007, 9:58 am | Sunday Star Times

The literary skills of Gen Y are not totally dampened by text, chat rooms and social networking sites, as a 22-year-old showed by clinching the big prize of this year’s Sunday Star-Times Short Story Competition. More >>

A new ‘must read’ home and property guide launches

Friday, 2 March 2007, 2:12 pm | Sunday Star Times

Sunday Star-Times has a new glossy home and lifestyle magazine included free with the newspaper from this Sunday. Sunday Star-Times domain is a new 32-page residential property magazine aiming to entertain and inform with a compelling mix of home and ... More >>

Longlist announced for short story competition

Monday, 16 October 2006, 3:07 pm | Sunday Star Times

The longlist for the Sunday Star-Times Short Story Competition has been announced. The list includes a previous winner, Richard Brooke, whose story Girls from Alaska won the competition in 1985. More >>

The Great Morality Debate: New Zealand's Response

Tuesday, 23 August 2005, 9:33 am | Sunday Star Times

Just how honest are we? The Sunday Star-Times asked New Zealanders a number of questions to find out exactly that in its Great Morality Debate, a nation-wide survey that elicited a whopping 10,000 responses from people throughout the country. More >>

Where is NZ's Moral Compass Pointing?

Monday, 15 August 2005, 10:05 am | Sunday Star Times

Is morality going to be an issue in the coming election? That was the question put forward by the Sunday Star-Times in a massive nation-wide morality survey. More >>

The Great Morality Debate

Friday, 12 August 2005, 1:47 pm | Sunday Star Times

Christian Heritage voters are more likely to admit to watching porn than voters for any other party More >>

Writers Given Chance to Become a Published Author

Tuesday, 9 August 2005, 12:50 am | Sunday Star Times

Writers hoping to launch or further their literary career should know that entries to the Sunday Star-Times Short Story Competition in association with Random House are now open. More >>

Where is New Zealand’s Moral Compass Pointing?

Friday, 29 July 2005, 11:39 am | Sunday Star Times

If you knew you could get away with it, would you keep cash from a wallet dropped on the road? Make a dodgy insurance claim? Do you think it is okay to read or watch porn? How concerned are you about the amount of sex and violence in popular culture? ... More >>

Statement By Cate Brett Editor Sunday Star-Times

Tuesday, 12 April 2005, 1:27 pm | Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star -Times accepts Justice Neazor's conclusion that he found no evidence to support the allegations of unlawful bugging of iwi groups. The story was published in good faith and after a thorough investigation into a sophisticated and complex ... More >>

Sunday Star-Times Stands By SIS Story

Wednesday, 24 November 2004, 5:40 pm | Sunday Star Times

Cate Brett, editor of the Sunday Star-Times, says the newspaper will not be revealing the sources behind Sunday's story alleging the SIS has been involved in widespread and possibly unlawful bugging of Maori organisations. More >>

Sunday Star-Times Stands By SIS Sources

Wednesday, 24 November 2004, 12:26 am | Sunday Star Times

Cate Brett, editor Sunday Star Times says speculation in today's edition of the NZ Herald that they identified one of the key sources of information for the SIS story is incorrect. More >>

SST: Spies Blow Whistle On SIS Bugging

Sunday, 21 November 2004, 11:32 am | Sunday Star Times

Scoop Editors’ Note: In co-operation with the Sunday Star Times, Scoop publishes this investigation on Operation Leaf – how the SIS has bugged Maori. The issue was first reported by Scoop's Selwyn Manning on Nov 11. More >>

SST: Whistle Blown On SIS Operation Leaf

Sunday, 21 November 2004, 11:26 am | Sunday Star Times

A group of dissident spies has launched an unprecedented attack on the SIS, saying it has misused its powers by bugging law-abiding Maori for political intelligence. The SIS’s Operation Leaf, they say, has been used to find “dirt’’ on individuals, ... More >>

SST: SIS ‘We could see it was for dirt collection’

Sunday, 21 November 2004, 11:21 am | Sunday Star Times

A spy gives an account, by email, of how he infiltrated and bugged the computers of Maori iwi representatives who he now believes were “decent law-abiding New Zealanders”. More >>

Sunday Star-Times To Relaunch With New look

Friday, 14 February 2003, 1:52 pm | Sunday Star Times

New Zealand's national Sunday newspaper, the Sunday Star-Times, is reborn next weekend with a brand new, bigger and better format - including new masthead, new design and new tabloid-sized magazine sections. More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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