John Lewis

Invasion of hoppy batches

Invasion of hoppy batches

Craft beer coming from a tap next to a Space Invaders arcade game sounds a little like fantasy - unless you are at Forsyth Barr Stadium today for Dunedin's second annual Craft Beer and Food Festival.

Teen dilemmas topic of 'Delinquent'

Teen dilemmas topic of 'Delinquent'

It's not likely to break Hollywood box office records, but pupils from five Dunedin secondary schools are hoping their film Delinquent will raise enough money to help five New Zealand charities.

Osteopath to pay almost $50,000

A former Dunedin osteopath who threatened to strangle a colleague until her ''eyeballs popped out'' has been suspended from practising in New Zealand for 12 months and will have to pay fines and costs of nearly $50,000.

Raft of misconduct charges against osteopath

A former Dunedin osteopath threatened to strangle a colleague until her ''eyes popped out'', the New Zealand Health Practitioners' Disciplinary Tribunal was told yesterday.

Pupil power overturns climbing ban

Pupil power overturns climbing ban

Who said school rules can't be changed?

Web offset printers swap notes

Web offset printers swap notes

More than 110 delegates from the printing industry across the South Pacific converged on Dunedin yesterday for the annual Single Width Users Group New Zealand (Swug) conference.

Pupils raise awareness of torture

Pupils raise awareness of torture

One look said it all. Ala Ghandour never expected to look so horrific.

Low-income housing standards declining

Low-income housing standards declining

The state of low-income private rental housing in Dunedin continues to decline at an alarming rate, Presbyterian Support Otago has revealed.

Mud challenge test tastes tough

Mud challenge test tastes tough

What better way to celebrate the end of winter than trudging around in mud up to your armpits.

Choir singing out for new members

Choir singing out for new members

Green Island Fireside Club members (from left) Elaine Wishart (81), Peter Randall (89), Bev Tetlow (66), Doris Kinraid (84), Faith Gray, Isabel Campbell (82), Daph White (68), June Anderson (84) and conductor Kelvin Tetlow (67) perform the National Anthem at the start of their concert in the Janet Cameron Hall in Green Island on Saturday.