Kim Dungey

Technically advanced

Technically advanced

As the Otago Daily Times prepares to celebrate this year's Class Act awards next week, Kim Dungey catches up with some former recipients and finds their lives are seamlessly integrated with the digital universe. 

Hooper houses still impress

Hooper houses still impress

Basil Hooper was a leading figure in the New Zealand Arts and Crafts movement. Kim Dungey visits one of the first homes he designed in Dunedin.

Kevin's collected works

Kevin's collected works

As the gavel falls on his 12-year career in the auction business, Kevin Hayward gives Kim Dungey a tour of his own favourite pieces and offers practical advice for would-be collectors.

Make your mark, with permission

Retaining your own personal style when renting can be achieved, reports Kim Dungey.

A rising sense of panic

Nobody likes to be sick or to be near someone who is about to throw up. But for some people, vomiting is so terrifying, it causes intense panic. Kim Dungey reports.

High anxiety

Worrying appropriately about real concerns helps keep us safe, but too much fear can ruin people's lives. Kim Dungey investigates.

Playing detective

Playing detective

Fancy playing detective and tracing the history of your home? Kim Dungey tells you where to look for clues.

Dream home at last

Dream home at last

Travelling the world, having a family and building his own house were always on Warren Cullen's bucket list. As Kim Dungey reports, he's now ticked off all three.

Up from the ashes

Up from the ashes

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, a former warehouse and ballet school that was badly damaged by fire six years ago is getting a new lease on life, writes Kim Dungey.

Hot topic

Hot topic

In her new book, award-winning Dunedin author Rachel Stedman plays with the idea of where technology might take us. Kim Dungey reports.