Otago Daily Times: Magazine

Establishing a native forest

Establishing a native forest

People cutting down trees, people planting trees, all in the name of conservation. Matt Thomson and Alyth Grant report on work happening in Orokonui Ecosanctuary. 

A deepening disquiet

A deepening disquiet

Philip Temple's new novel depicts a world riven with war, food shortages, epidemics, economic chaos and totalitarianism. Yet that bleak outlook is not fantasy, the Dunedin author tells Shane Gilchrist. 

Hooks, lines and thinkers

Hooks, lines and thinkers

The politicians' elite event, the three-yearly voter-fishing frenzy, has begun. And you are the prey. Between now and the September 20 General Election, there will be a cacophony of alluring claims made, aspersions cast and promises pledged. Bruce Munro talks to those in the know about how not to be spun by all the spin.

Engineer cast shadow

Engineer cast shadow

When you next pass the old gas streetlamp on display at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum, take a closer look at the words cast on it.

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