The call has gone out for arts lovers to step up and take an active role as volunteers in this year’s Fringe Festival. Dunedin Fringe Festival 2022 volunteer co-ordinator Bailey Gardner was on the...
The annual Otago Taieri A&P Show will go ahead this weekend, but with severely limited capacity and no public entry.
Two Dunedin women have inspiring stories of resilience to share, as they step up to jointly take on the ambassador role for Relay for Life Dunedin 2022.
The Teen Space at Dunedin City Library will become a hub for activities and programmes aimed at encouraging and supporting young people.
The call has gone out for arts lovers to step up and take an active role as volunteers in this year’s Fringe Festival.
Detailed depictions of Dunedin landscapes, architecture and wildlife are given a humorous twist in a new solo exhibition from local artist Doug Hart.
Local families have begun rolling up their sleeves en masse as the Covid-19 vaccine rollout for 5 to 11-year-olds ramps up.
Creating a display board jam-packed with beautiful first-day stamp covers depicting native and game bird species has been a labour of love for a Dunedin man.
Hundreds of gorgeous lilies bloom in the Fairfield garden of Otago Lily Society president Louise Ardley.
A game that is not a game, with sinister consequences for the real world, are at the heart of Cixin Liu’s fascinating, imaginative The Three-Body Problem.
The Dunedin Rock Choir is going from strength to strength, despite the challenges of Covid-19.
A lifetime of advocating for books and reading was celebrated with a special presentation to author and former Friends of the Library president Merle van de Klundert.
A beach lifestyle awaits ChatBus founder and manager Averil Pierce, who retired last Friday.
The Government’s Smokefree 2025 Action Plan, which will prevent today’s children from ever legally buying cigarettes, has been hailed as world leading by local smoke-free advocates.
Witty dialogue and sight gags give way to a surprising depth of emotion in Michele Amas’ entertaining The Pink Hammer, at the Globe Theatre.
A front-line view of the Covid-19 pandemic, involving 150 interviews with medical professionals, has been revealed by Dunedin film-makers Paul Trotman and Clive Copeman.
Retiring as Age Concern Otago executive officer will give Debbie George a chance to slow down and spend more time chasing the West Coast’s whitebait.
Challenging stereotypes about disability and encouraging awareness with fun activities were the focus of Accessibility Week activities at Dunedin Hospital last week.
Dunedin disability advocates have welcomed planned changes to the current "broken" disability system, but say more needs to be done.
After two years of Covid-19-related disruptions, the new-look Relay For Life Dunedin is back in 2022.