Luke Facer's at Kowhai Grove extending the hands-on component of the sustainable horticulture course he's doing at Otago Polytechnic.
The serial horror creators who filmed the feature-length I Survived A Zombie Holocaust in Dunedin in 2011 with a local cast of hundreds have a shocking new short, which screens tomorrow at Rialto.
For Inuit activist and writer Sheila Watt-Cloutier, climate change is a very personal challenge, writes Tom McKinlay.
Investment manager Grosvenor offers the only ethical KiwiSaver fund in New Zealand that is certified by the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia.
While you sleep, your money might be doing evil. But it doesn't have to be that way. Tom McKinlay reports.
University of Auckland lecturer Dr Matheson Russell says the job is not done once you have ensured your KiwiSaver account is doing no wrong.
Electric cars are alive, kicking and about to spark a revolution, says a visiting US advocate. Tom McKinlay talks to Chelsea Sexton, among others.
A New Zealand documentary provides space for dissident voices on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Tom McKinlay writes.
Far from the bear pits of New Zealand politics, young New Zealander Max Harris is thinking about how we might do it better. Tom McKinlay reports.
Dunedin textile artist Desi Liversage is turning the work of a lifetime into a commercial enterprise, reports Tom McKinlay.
It's crunch time for climate change but the memo does not appear to have reached the Government, writes Tom McKinlay.
New Zealand Young Writers Festival guest Arthur Meek is aiming for the very top, writes Tom McKinlay.
A renewed focus on what lies beneath our feet is providing more good reasons to tread lightly, writes Tom McKinlay.
A new film about heartland New Zealand provides a rare insight into the changing shed, writes Tom McKinlay.
A new documentary shows it is politics, as much as coal, that poses the biggest threat to the world's climate. Tom McKinlay reports.