Rosie Manins

iD Fashion moves forward

iD Fashion moves forward

On the eve of the 15th iD Dunedin Fashion Show, Rosie Manins takes a look back at highlights from its history.

Otago timber jobs in jeopardy

Otago timber jobs in jeopardy

Hundreds of Otago workers face an uncertain future after Southern Cross Forest Products Ltd was placed in receivership yesterday.

Tension as family still living in Kiev

Tension as family still living in Kiev

Olga Shevtsova has more riding on the Ukraine situation than most Dunedin residents.

'Marvellous' life together for 70 years

'Marvellous' life together for 70 years

Seventy years ago, in a cold, 13th-century church, Fred Shield and Grace Suley said ''I do'' amidst the chaos of war-torn England.

Crisis has implications for NZ

Crisis has implications for NZ

The trouble in Ukraine has left New Zealand in a critical position as it vies for selection to the United Nations Security Council, University of Otago politics professor Robert Patman says.

Dumping of rubbish rife in forests

Dumping of rubbish rife in forests

Animal carcasses, broken televisions, old cars and household waste are being dumped in Dunedin's forests.

Regulation of shark tourism welcomed

Regulation of shark tourism is being welcomed by Dunedin cage-diving operator Peter Scott.

Deep-sea drilling change slammed

Deep-sea drilling change slammed

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has slammed the Government's decision to waive notification of exploratory deep-sea drilling.

Bay residents voice concerns

Bay residents voice concerns

There is growing discontent among Macandrew Bay residents about freedom campers.

City council monitoring freedom campers

An influx of freedom campers at Macandrew Bay is being closely monitored by the Dunedin City Council, as part of its review of trial camping allowances.