Rebecca Fox

'Killer' fly inventor prepared

'Killer' fly inventor prepared

Jim Curline is a master of the art of tying fishing flies.

Mataitai may end eel fishing

The Waikouaiti River may be closed to commercial eel fishing if an application for a mataitai on the waterway is approved.

Science key to managing resources: Ruhl

Science key to managing resources: Ruhl

Whatever New Zealand does, it should not ignore science as it amends and develops its resource management legislation, US environmental law specialist Prof J. B. Ruhl says.

No rise and shine for rheumatoid arthritis sufferer

No rise and shine for rheumatoid arthritis sufferer

Waking up in your student hostel room, your hands clenched and your body so sore you can't get out of bed sounds like a nightmare.

Runanga to hold clinics for mataitai submitters

Runanga to hold clinics for mataitai submitters

An application from Otakou runanga for a mataitai covering most of Otago Harbour has generated submissions from 20 people and organisations.

New premises for Anglican Family Care

New premises for Anglican Family Care

After about 30 years at its Bath St site in central Dunedin, Anglican Family Care plans to move its operations to the former McKenzie and Willis building next year.

Category 2 status for school gateway

Category 2 status for school gateway

The war memorial and gates on the site of the former High Street School in Mornington have received category 2 historic listing.

Southern links for new principal

Southern links for new principal

Former Silver Ferns manager and Gore High School deputy principal Jackie Barron is returning south to become principal of St Hilda's Collegiate School in Dunedin.

Programme seeks buddies for children

Programme seeks buddies for children

A group of Taieri young people are looking for a ''buddy''.

Australia's own war ignored

Australia's own war ignored

Giving young Australians a ''noble, patriotic story'' of their country's overseas wars is providing a good cover for its ''shameful'' history of killing its indigenous population, leading Australian historian Prof Henry Reynolds says.