Penguins have been getting the blues in Brighton.
A film created in Dunedin will have its world premiere in
Canada next month.
dark past will be illuminated by theatre lights in Dunedin
A visiting artisan has been making a good impression in
Pam Paterson mercifully remembers little of the night two
strangers broke into her home and viciously bashed her.
The Dunedin Public Art Gallery has been given, on long-term
loan, a substantial collection of artworks by late New
Zealand artist Gordon Walters.
The recipient of the University of Otago's highest
distinction, the Distinguished Research Medal, is keen to
share the honour around.
Elizabeth Horner (13) auditions for the Taieri Youth
The 1980s return to Dunedin this month.
Buddhists are looking for signs from above, which are
threatening the future of the Dhargyey Buddhist Centre, in
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