Shawn McAvinue

'How the hell he does it, I don't know'

'How the hell he does it, I don't know'

John Osborne drives a ball from the ninth tee at Chisholm Park Golf Club, in Dunedin, yesterday in a national amputee golf tournament.

Laser aid for 'handsome' Demon

Laser aid for 'handsome' Demon

Free laser therapy is a heaven-sent gift for badly burnt dog Demon.

Anger at action over misdirected mail

Anger at action over misdirected mail

A Dunedin mother who says some of her mail has gone missing over the past five months is angry at the response from New Zealand Post.

Hocken outbid for Baxter poem

A private collector outbid the Hocken Library for an unpublished James K. Baxter poem.

Doggedly tenacious Demon thrives

Doggedly tenacious Demon thrives

A severely burnt dog called Demon has been through hell and back but remains upbeat as his owner searches for a way to heal his skin infection.

Variety the spice of festival

Variety the spice of festival

The past 10 days my wife has referred to herself as the ''arts widow'' but today I return to her after being immersed in the spectrum of creativity known as Arts Festival Dunedin.

Arts addict satisfied for now

Arts addict satisfied for now

Debbie Vercoe (55) holds her Arts Festival Dunedin guide and tickets to Requiem for the Fallen before entering the Dunedin Town Hall yesterday.

Cave collaborators

Cave collaborators

One artists (from left) Simon Kaan, Rua McCallum, Nigel Jenkins, Donnine Harrison and Daniel Belton, of Dunedin, in their multi-media installation at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum auditorium, as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.

Requiem tribute to World War 1 dead

Requiem tribute to World War 1 dead

A choir of the dead will bring the impossibly unpleasant alive in Requiem for the Fallen in a World War 1 commemoration as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.