Others saw only a steep, overgrown site but a Dunedin
couple saw potential and set about planning their dream home.
Kim Dungey reports.
This Dunedin mansion might have seen better days, but many
of the original features are intact. Kim Dungey reports.
As rising sea levels highlight the problems of building in
low-lying areas, Kim Dungey talks to a Karitane couple who
battled for the right to build on flood-prone land.
Fact and fiction collide in a telemovie based on the
marriage of an Australian commoner to a Danish prince, writes
It sounds improbable: a wealthy entrepreneur approaches a
Queenstown architect and asks him to design a huge fashion
complex in China. But, as Kim Dungey reports, that is exactly
what's happening and he's using Dunedin expertise to get the
The owners of this Cromwell property wanted a warm,
comfortable house that felt like a home. Kim Dungey
A musical couple have been in seventh heaven since moving
into a converted church. KIM DUNGEY reports.
Can poetry make you feel better? Ruth Arnison thinks so.
She talks to KIM DUNGEY.
Many of us avoid cemeteries for as long as possible, but
Stephen Deed says they have fascinating stories to tell. He
talks to KIM DUNGEY.
Strong, feminine women in life, literature and film fuel
Sarah Dolby's imagination. The Otago Peninsula artist talks
to Kim Dungey.
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