Chris Orr says losing his sight in a shooting outside the Gardens Tavern in 1974 was a blessing in disguise.
Medieval mercenaries need you to join their quest, reads one notice. Volunteer to help stop animal abuse, urges another. Whether you're into stand-up comedy or spiritual development, the...
The future is in their hands, so Malcolm Cameron is not giving up on them, Kim Dungey reports.
Malcolm Cameron thinks we should stop being politically correct and start expecting more of people.
A Dunedin couple decided to keep it in the family when they embarked on an 18-month renovation of their home. Kim Dungey views the results.
Great passions are let loose on the Yorkshire moors in the Fortune Theatre's latest offering, Wuthering Heights. Kim Dungey reports.
The word "pastel" might mean pale in colour but there's nothing subdued about the work of pastel artist Cathy Shemansky. Kim Dungey reports.
Raising the driving and drinking ages is back on the Government's agenda. Kim Dungey looks at the minefield of "maturity".
Bathrooms still need to be functional but now looks are just as important. Kim Dungey takes a peek at what's new.
Fernhill was built for a pioneer whaler, sealer and merchant. Kim Dungey reports.
Winchmore, in the Dunedin suburb of St Leonards, looks like it was built by Otago's English settlers as a reminder of the Elizabethan period. But as Kim Dungey learns, its history is much more recent.
Built in an area of Dunedin known as the "Vatican", the stately Brothers Boutique Hotel at 295 Rattray St was once home to the Christian Brothers religious order. Kim Dungey explores its history.
As a schoolteacher, Judy Bellingham was always careful about what she wrote on reports.
The kitchen may be the heart of the home but the price of a new one shouldn't give you palpitations. Kim Dungey looks at affordable modular options.
From amazing animals to peculiar plants, the Otago Wildlife Photography Competition has attracted a range of stunning images in the past 10 years. Kim Dungey reports.
Chris Ashton could not be happier that a clothing venture that started out as a way of earning money while studying has turned into a full-time business.
Jesse Robertson recently proposed to his girlfriend inside a volcano.
When Sarah Noble was small, her father played Lucia Popp's Mozart arias for her and sealed her fate.
Andy Mcmillan was gutted not to qualify for last year's Olympic Games.
The class of '02 has stepped into a world racked by recession and uncertainty. But as Kim Dungey discovered, it is not slowing them down.