As winter bites, this home on the crest of a small hill near Arrowtown remains cosy. Kim Dungey reports.
Claudia Babirat and Peter Preston are working hard to make dreams of native regeneration a reality on their retired farmland south of Dunedin. Kim Dungey reports.
Vintage finds sit alongside contemporary art and hand-blown glass in this Dunedin villa. Kim Dungey reports.
Dunedin is home to a small but growing number of apartments. Kim Dungey talks to a couple who own one of them and who enjoy living with less.
This sprawling beach house south of Dunedin was a long time coming but worth the wait. Kim Dungey reports.
A historic Dunedin house provides a fascinating glimpse in to the lives of the people who have owned it and those of their live-in help. Kim Dungey reports.
Beautiful landscapes feature in several of Elizabeth Jenkins’ paintings. Now she has created her own on Otago peninsula. Kim Dungey reports.
Converted shipping containers are used as shops, storage facilities and workers' accommodation but there are still very few examples in Dunedin. Kim Dungey reports on one.
It’s dry, warm and efficient, and Cushla McCarthy couldn’t be happier with her new climate-safe home, writes Kim Dungey.
Newspaper photographers are in a privileged position, says Stephen Jaquiery, whose career is the focus of a new book. Kim Dungey talks to the award-winning photographer and people in his most memorable assignments.
Applying science to building will give us better performing houses, says Peter Wolfkamp. He talks to Kim Dungey.
Converted into flats in the 1940s, this brick beauty on the cliffs above St Clair is now a family home again. Kim Dungey reports.
It is 400 years since the arrival of the first African slaves in the British colony of Jamestown, Virginia, but slavery and trafficking still affect millions of people. A former Otago woman working...
Kim Dungey revisits the 2009 recipients of the Otago Daily Times Class Act awards, now in their late 20s.