Michael Metzger’s Dunedin Fringe Festival play examines rural masculinity through the lens of his own story, he tells Tom McKinlay.
A play streaming into the Dunedin Fringe Festival tells a story of homelessness in the words of those shut out, writes Tom McKinlay.
A Kiwi film about separation and connection has arrived at just the right moment, its co-director tells Tom McKinlay.
Opportunities are going begging as we fail to recognise the potential of matauranga Maori, Prof Jacinta Ruru tells Tom McKinlay.
Director Max Currie’s classically Kiwi feel-good film is for everyone, he tells Tom McKinlay.
There is now no avoiding what needs to be done on climate change, writes Tom McKinlay.
As Waitangi Day looms, one of the country’s foremost chroniclers of the Treaty's history finds cause for optimism. Dame Claudia Orange tells Tom McKinlay why she hopes change will be good for everyone.
Eating disorders are on the rise and delays in treatment are proving deadly, say those calling for action. Tom McKinlay reports.
Hollie Fullbrook and Nadia Reid brought forward plans to tour together, by several decades, writes Tom McKinlay.
The game is on, an app to help us cut our carbon footprints, Tom McKinlay reports.
Clever reuse and an emphasis on energy efficiency are features of an ongoing restoration of an augmented villa, Tom McKinlay writes.
Electric car-sharing really stacks up in a new housing development, writes Tom McKinlay.
We can see new possibilities for our farming landscapes, Prof Hugh Campbell tells Tom McKinlay.
Values based on Maori ancestral knowledge are piloting an ethical fund through the world of investing, Tom McKinlay writes.
All it took was a little help from her friends, and a cathedral. Abby Wolfe tells Tom McKinlay about her big new video.
A new documentary captures the phenomenon that was Waiuta, writes Tom McKinlay.
If you like running, and running, there’s a sport for you. And now it’s arrived in Dunedin, writes Tom McKinlay.
When Yvette Reid went to cast the film Savage, she wasn’t just looking for actors, she tells Tom McKinlay.
Tom McKinlay can’t even properly report what Talia Ellison says. For all that, there appears to be evidence of progress.
From stitching and mending to remaking whole systems, a Dunedin social enterprise is broadening its ambition, Tom McKinlay writes.