Michael Deed, formerly of Kurow, is putting the finishing touches on his own film in Australia. Hayden Meikle tracks him down for a chat.
We are tracking people down people who were raised or educated here and are now doing something interesting overseas. Today, we feature Rachel Carrell, who runs the Koru Kids child-care business.
Former Otago man Grant Howie made his name on ice and is now in lecture theatres in England. Hayden Meikle gets in touch with him for a chat.
Former North Otago woman Rebecca Clayton is a key figure in marketing for a company in England. Hayden Meikle tracks her down for a chat.
From the South to ... anywhere, really. In a brief series, we track down people who were raised or educated here and are now doing something interesting overseas. Today, we feature 19-year-old...
Former Dunedin man Jeff Nash's love of speed on two wheels has taken him to the United States. Hayden Meikle tracks him down for a chat.
It was 20 years ago today ... well, sort of. Hayden Meikle first had a game review published in the Otago Daily Times on October 19, 1999. Twenty years later, he remains a player.
Twenty years ago, Dunedin played a key role as New Zealand hosted a Fifa tournament for the first time.
You know the gaming world has got to a weird stage when the common theme of the reaction to a new game is pleasure that it is not completely broken.
My challenge this week is to review one of the two major football game releases without mentioning the other game.
Southland burst into life in the last 20 minutes to beat a North Otago XV 34-7 in a pre-season rugby clash in Oamaru today.
Valley has won its fifth Citizens Shield, and its first since 2009, after a 28-22 win over Kurow today.
Four wheels good, two wheels bad? That is probably an exaggerated summary of the respective treatment of motorsport disciplines in the video game industry, but it is not wholly inaccurate.