Taking on the role of editor of New Zealand’s longest-running arts and literary journal is quite daunting for Dunedin writer Emma Neale, especially as she's in the middle of writing another novel.
North Otago’s limestone caves may hold the secret to creating a truly Kiwi blue cheese, Rebecca Fox discovers.
Having won the National Contemporary Art Award this year, Dunedin artist Kim Pieters is looking forward to showing in her home town, she tells Rebecca Fox.
A plea to all Otago residents who own a Frances Hodgkins work has drawn some unknown and unseen works out of the region, Dunedin Public Art Gallery curators Lucy Hammonds and Lauren Gutsell tell...
Fresh columnist Alison Lambert has taken the plunge and opened a business focused on her fresh-is-best philosophy. She talks to Rebecca Fox
Soprano Madeleine Pierard is looking forward to her first break in nearly two years but first she will step on to the Dunedin Town Hall stage to perform Handel’s Messiah, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Two Dunedin poets have won the top two places in the Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize 2017. Rebecca Fox asks them what inspired their work.
The team at Fresh have put together some simple and flavoursome recipes to help you through the busy Christmas season.
Support for Dunedin’s street art endeavours is steadily increasing, so an auction has been organised to help fund more work, organisers tell Rebecca Fox.
Award-winning 1950s British black comedy Ladykillers has been adapted for the stage. Dunedin’s Brian Beresford tells Rebecca Fox how he is preparing it for a Globe production.
Loosing the use of an arm for a couple of months really tested painter Jasmine Middlebrook’s fortitude, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Performing his latest work in Dunedin for the first time is quite fitting, Matthew Marshall, one of New Zealand’s leading classical guitarists, tells Rebecca Fox.
A Dunedin team determined to inject some fun in their lives now has a second cookbook to their names, Rebecca Fox discovers.
Dunedin School of Art’s annual SITE exhibition provides its third-year students with a chance to show their creativity and this year is no exception, Rebecca Fox discovers.
Theatre needs to be modern and innovative and it is a recipe that seems to be working for New Zealand actor and director Kip Chapman, Rebecca Fox finds.
The first full retrospective of New Zealand’s pioneer of abstraction, the late Gordon Walters, opens in Dunedin today. Its curators walk Rebecca Fox through the major exhibition.
Former Dunedin dancer Sarah Foster-Sproull finds it hard not to be on the dance floor any more but is enjoying the creativity of her role as choreographer, she tells Rebecca Fox.
For circus performer Ashley Carr, informing his New Zealand-based father, a farmer, about his chosen career was not easy, he tells Rebecca Fox.
The fear of the unknown may have pervaded the first cross-over classical-Dunedin Sound concert, but this time round the nerves are steadier, the musicians involved in Tally Ho! 2 tell Rebecca Fox.