Organic motion dynamics, including trees in the wind and bull kelp in the tide, are incorporated in a new video installation by Dunedin artist David Green.
REVIEW: by Brenda Harwood ‘‘THAT BLOODY WOMAN’’Taieri Musical SocietyMayfair Theatre Sunday, July 25. High jinks and history combine in Taieri Musical’s fantastic production...
A free lifestyle course aimed at helping people at risk from diabetes to take control of their health was so popular a second group had to be added. Dunedin lifestyle...
A group of young local musicians have brought together high-profile performers for a concert in support of autism charities.
Keen and generous knitters in Dunedin and Mosgiel have helped people in Eastern Europeans keep warm in winters for more than 20 years.
Science in all its many and fascinating forms caught the imagination of the public, who went along to New Zealand International Science Festival events in droves.
Work is ramping up, as the $31million project to extend the West Harbour shared pathway to Port Chalmers, and improve safety on SH88, reaches a critical phase, reports Brenda Harwood.
Fans of Kate Bush, red dresses, dancing and having a good laugh and rejoice!
If a poem creates pictures with words, shape poetry creates words in pictures.
A Mosgiel project to help people avoid being scammed has won the Neighbourhood Support New Zealand Project of the Year award.
A giant, glowing moon rotates gently in the centre of Hanover Hall, its detailed craters and shadows endlessly fascinating to the eye.
A lifelong fascination with walking along a beach or rocky shore and exploring the creatures and objects found there has led University of Otago marine scientist Ceridwen (Crid) Fraser to write a...
The Government’s progress on child poverty may be slow and incremental, but it is moving in the right direction.
A rock opera about New Zealand women’s suffrage campaigner Kate Sheppard may sound a little strange, but director Kim Morgan couldn’t be happier.
REVIEW by Brenda Harwood SONGS AND SERENADES Dunedin Symphony OrchestraKing’s and Queen’s Performing Arts Centre Saturday, July 3 Strings, woodwind and voice all had their time...
When did you last pause to think about your relationship with nature? The question is a fascinating one for masters in science communications student Olivia Taylor-Peebles, who is...
Support for Port Chalmers becoming a container port was so strong in the 1970s that 34,000 Dunedin people signed a petition in its favour.
Colourful new "door skins" adorn the automatic doors at the Meridian and Golden Centre malls, drawing attention to the New Zealand International Science Festival, which starts next week.
The Waikouaiti Coast Community Board just scraped by for a quorum at last week’s meeting, as several board members were away on other duties.
A broad range of Dunedin institutions and organisations are involved in the 2021 Puaka Matariki Festival, running from July 2 to 16.