John Lewis

One giant in the wake of another

One giant in the wake of another

In a fish tank upstairs at the Otago Museum yesterday, there was a reminder that sometimes it takes one giant to replace another.

IBM executives impressed by the potential of #gigatowndunedin

IBM executives impressed by the potential of #gigatowndunedin

High-flying computer executives at an IBM conference in Las Vegas this week have been left drop-jawed at Dunedin's potential to become a gigabit city.

Queue forms for dinner

Queue forms for dinner

Those hoping to attend the Otago Medical Research Foundation's 2015 annual dinner are out of luck.

Pay equity ruling sparks aged-care funding concern

Pay equity ruling sparks aged-care funding concern

New Zealand's aged-care industry could be crippled by yesterday's Court of Appeal decision which paves the way for genuine pay equity for women, a Mosgiel rest-home chief executive says.

Pupil's poem alongside luminaries'

Pupil's poem alongside luminaries'

Adam Scammell still can't quite believe he is a published poet, with his work featuring in the same book as such well-known writers as James K. Baxter, Joy Cowley, Sam Hunt and Margaret Mahy.

Karl creates 'Taieri sound'

Karl creates 'Taieri sound'

What started as a science experiment could become a lucrative manufacturing business for Karl Brinsdon.

Jackets get uniform approval

Jackets get uniform approval

Traditionally, homework has been the only thing schools have given pupils to take home.

Making a hash of things at breakfast

Making a hash of things at breakfast

Have you ever heard of a hash brown jamwich?It is two slices of toast, slathered in raspberry jam, stuck together with a hash brown in between.

Hunt for Phantom presence and voice

Hunt for Phantom presence and voice

A search is under way for a particularly imposing and creepy phantom in South Dunedin and it could last for up to four days.

New look for railway operation

New look for railway operation

Taieri Gorge Railways will roll down a new track this weekend, by rebranding as Dunedin Railways.