Charity cookbook Cooking 4 Change is being launched in Otago this week. Rebecca Fox discovers its Dunedin roots.
The scariest moment in Kali Kopae’s life came when she stood on stage portraying the terrible domestic violence stories of three women in front of those women, she tells Rebecca Fox.
In celebrating its 50th year, the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is paying tribute to its history and never more so than in its latest concert, Rebecca Fox discovers.
The outlook for coffee drinkers looks brighter: not only has it been cleared of its carcinogenic status, people may be able to blame their DNA for their habit or lack of it, discovers Rebecca Fox.
Most artists produce work which is curated into an exhibition but not Blaine Western. He tells Rebecca Fox why he chose to take on a curator’s role for his latest exhibition.
She may have given up the bright lights for the ‘‘granny nanny thing’’, but stage veteran Lynda Milligan has discovered she still has what it takes.
Six Otago-based artists are in the running for New Zealand’s top contemporary art award, including recent graduate Craig Freeborn. Rebecca Fox looks at the Wallace Art Award finalists.
Three poets will pass on their knowledge at the New Zealand Young Writers Festival in Dunedin next week. They tell Rebecca Fox about their journey.
Mayu Tanigaito and Daniel Gaudiello will take the lead roles of Giselle and Count Albrecht in the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Dunedin performance of Giselle. The pair talk to Rebecca Fox about the...
International dancer, teacher and choreographer Ethan Stiefel swapped leggings and dance shoes for leather and a motorbike recently. He tells Rebecca Fox about life after the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
He is concertmaster of one of the world’s top orchestras and has a penchant for traditional Jewish folk music. Rebecca Fox talks to violinist Noah Bendix-Balgley on the eve of his visit to Dunedin.
A cumulative interactive exhibition between creative spaces around New Zealand has begun. Rebecca Fox talks to its southern initiator Benton Glassey.
For many people time feels like the enemy — there is never enough of it. Rebecca Fox talks to Kevin Karney, who believes people are too driven by time.
Material rejected or destined for the rubbish will be repurposed as part of an exhibition with a difference at Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Rebecca Fox talks to those behind the concept.
Otago wines are getting exposure to international markets thanks to airline endorsements Rebecca Fox discovers.
Rebecca Fox talks to former Masterchef contestant Vanessa Baxter about her mission to teach children to cook.
New Zealand's outdoor lifestyle and scenery is drawing Samuel Jacobs back to the country to play with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. The French horn musician tells Rebecca Fox about his Kiwi connections.