Green pastures, rugged rocks and shimmering sea surround this home near Dunedin. Kim Dungey reports.
Farmers often get bad press for tarnishing our clean, green image but Kim Dungey meets some doing their bit to protect New Zealand's plant and animal life.
Instant approval. Low-income earners welcome. Money in your bank in one hour. Those are just some of the promises from the country's money lenders. Kim Dungey reports.
At a time when Christchurch is losing so many of its heritage buildings, a Dunedin project is re-creating a lost Victorian facade. Kim Dungey reports.
The Mana Pounamu awards this year recognised the achievements of another group of young Maori. Kim Dungey talks to some of those who have won in the past about changing perceptions.
An alpine retreat balances the needs of the owners with solutions for harsh winter weather, Kim Dungey reports.
New Zealand is a land perfect for growing trees. Kim Dungey talks to author Peter Janssen, who has been documenting the most characterful specimens.
Dunedin's Rugby World Cup games are over, so what's next for the city's controversial stadium? Kim Dungey talks to the man at the helm.
Restoration work on the former Clarendon toll house uncovered some of its secrets.
A small building near Milton serves as a reminder of the toll gates once common on the Taieri and throughout New Zealand. Kim Dungey reports.
Wallabies playmaker Quade Cooper might be public enemy No. 1 in New Zealand in the midst of the Rugby World Cup.
In a neighbourhood near you, old homes are making way for later arrivals. Kim Dungey visits Belgrave Cres and finds three families who held a street party to celebrate their villas' survival.
Forgotten for more than 50 years, Dunedin's former infectious diseases hospital is finally getting some attention. Kim Dungey pays a visit.
Concrete block, trestle legs and electronic doors... Kim Dungey finds that a winning Wanaka kitchen is anything but traditional.
Blackboards and rulers have been replaced by ballet shoes and climbing gear at Dunedin's former King Edward Technical College. Kim Dungey steps inside.
They were the stars of their year back in 2004, poised to take on the world. Seven years on, Kim Dungey has caught up to see what they are doing now.