Now is the time to shake off the winter cobwebs and move.
Timothy Brown looks into dance forms around Dunedin. Today he
looks at tap dance.
Annabel Langbein shares her latest creations, many of
which use ingredients grown in her own gardens on the shores
of Lake Wanaka, with Summer Times readers.
Hamish McNeilly gets the dead skin nibbled off his feet
while on holiday in Thailand.
A doctor turned taxi driver finds new life in Queenstown.
Tracey Roxburgh talks to Amanpreet Kaur about family and
Relocating from Australia to Dunedin has come with an
added bonus for ODT copy editor Bruce Quirey - great
fishing on his doorstep.
A need to get as close to flying as she could led Mandy
Deans to change her career path. Mark Price asks about her
path to such a life-changing decision.
In a series featuring some of Otago's cafes, Hamish
Maclean travels to the small Southland spot of Niagara, to
find a family-run business with a focus on home-made and
The new Clutha Gold Trail, which winds 73km from the
Roxburgh Dam to Lawrence, is expected to draw thousands of
cyclists and walkers this summer.
Reporter Adrian Seconi has been lucky enough to have had a
front-row seat during some wonderful sporting moments
involving Kiwis but would give anything to have seen the
following six events live.
The house is on fire and you can only grab one thing on
your way out. What would it be? Nigel Benson grills a local
on his favourite thing.
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