A pelvis-breaking moment last June dramatically lowered the
sights of Otago Daily Times journalist Philip
John Fridd takes you up the mighty Kilmog and beyond
For advice on walking tracks, there is no-one better than
The Black Caps' poor performance, the junk mail that
overflows from the mailbox as Christmas approaches and long
queues at the supermarket - they all annoy and frustrate
thousands of New Zealanders.
Dunedin is a good walk from Invercargill, which is why I'm
In the early part of our courtship, the man in my life
endearingly described me as wrong-headed and stuck in the
Earlier this year, Otago Daily Times reporter Mark
Price and wife Cathy toured Spain, France and Germany by
bicycle, pedalling their way through a northern hemisphere
It's a romantic notion, to hitch a lift, strike up a
conversation, have an adventure. The reality, however, is
quite different, reports Tom McKinlay.
As well as being a busy Dunedin city councillor, Fliss
Butcher is also a businesswoman, mother and wife. Sarah
Harvey discovers what gets her fashion vote.
Oturehua- a dot on the map where you pause for an ice cream
on a scorching summer's day, or perhaps an ice-cold beer
across the road at the pub.
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