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 ageing space invaders machine in the lounge still gets a work-out. Participants in the Dunedin longitudinal study have gathered around it every time they have been called back for a new round of tests.
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.
A World War 1 sniper and scout, who is New Zealand's most decorated soldier, is among the thousands of Otago and Southland people to have served in the military during the past 150 years.
It's a bit embarrassing that Dunedin's best-known monument is a statue of a man who never set foot in the place.
Across the country, schoolchildren are recycling, reducing energy consumption and growing their own food. And these pint-sized eco-warriors are hoping their parents will act more responsibly on environmental matters, too. Kim Dungey looks at the kids who are turning their families green.
Kim Dungey looks at two more workplaces already providing flexible working arrangements and gets the view from the employer's side.
Labour Day commemorates the struggle for an eight-hour working day but as it rolls around this year, many New Zealanders are working far more than that. At the same time, politicians are talking of work-life balance and flexible work arrangements. Kim Dungey reports on the ultimate juggling act - balancing work with the rest of our lives.
The help new mothers need when the black dog attends their birthing suite is being paid for by charity. Kim Dungey looks at a widespread problem struggling for recognition.
Christchurch GP Denise Nicholson believes doctors will see increasing numbers of women with postnatal depression.
Becoming more organised does not need to be all hard work, says professional organiser Wendy Davie. As she tells Kim Dungey, an accidental organiser makes being organised so easy it happens by accident.
Schools are banning tag and bullrush. Parents are stopping their children from climbing trees. Kim Dungey asks what's going on.
If you can't sing the opening lines of their signature tune, "Five in the air: let's do it together. Five to the side: who cares about the weather?" then chances are, you don't have young children in your household. Hi-5 are rock stars among preschoolers and heading this way. Kim Dungey talks to original cast member Nathan Foley.