Lifestyle

The wreckages of history

What remained of the Victory wreck  in 1911, half a century after the ship ran ashore at Wickliffe Bay, Otago Peninsula. PHOTO: OTAGO WITNESS

New Zealand's myriad decaying shipwrecks hold many secrets. Bruce Munro asks whether our neglected and potentially history-making maritime heritage needs to be better researched and protected.

Getting into your stride

Getting into your stride

It can be a mission to find the perfect pants. Here Jude Hathaway checks the latest looks.

Blue Mountains breeds beauties

Blue Mountains breeds beauties

For more than 80 years, a West Otago family has made a huge contribution to horticulture, here and overseas, writes Gillian Vine.

Marlon Williams hitting the right notes

Marlon Williams hitting the right notes

Melbourne-based Kiwi country boy Marlon Williams is in the ''eye of the storm'', a whirlwind existence that has him performing in Europe one month, Canada the next. Back in New Zealand for a tour that includes a one-off Dunedin show tomorrow, he found time to chat to Shane Gilchrist.

The American West

The American West

Arizona and Utah are a short hop from California, where about two-thirds of New Zealanders who visit the United States start their trip. Pam Jones looks at what is available in the mountain states of the American West.

ODT Restaurant Guide

Grand Bar Restaurant at Dunedin Casino
Fine Dining | Casual Dining
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