Eight brass bands will put the Regent Theatre's newly
installed sound shell to the test this weekend when they
compete in the 2016 Otago Southland Festival of Brass.
Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, Thin White Duke and Major Tom
will rise again - in Dunedin no less - despite it being
nearly three months since David Bowie died.
Richard Emerson has brought new meaning to the words ‘‘mini
When it comes to April Fools' Day, most people acknowledge
practical jokes with a knowing chuckle.
Seldom does one come across an ancient Cyrus cylinder while
delving through a second-hand goods sale.
Details of a proposed new enrolment zone for King's High
School are to be released to the public today, marking the
start of a public consultation process.
Shirley McMillan says she is a late bloomer when it comes to
On any given day, you can look out Loft Hair salon's window
and imagine you are in New York, Melbourne, or Paris.
The nervous wait to see what will become of Taieri College's
fire-damaged Hislop Hall is over.
It can drive you to pull your hair out, and it can swell
you with pride. But the real reason Mark Rogers is one of the
longest-serving board of trustees members in Otago, is
because it's an addictive challenge like no other. John Lewis
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