On cold winter nights do the spirits of the dead come back to greet the living? Reporter Simon Henderson joins an evening of paranormal research to see if the truth can be revealed.
Watch your head at the Otago University Students’ Association Cheerleading, Stunt and Tumble Club.
It has been about 50 years since the birth of gay liberation in New Zealand, but throughout all the battles one Dunedin couple have been quietly living their own truth.
Innovative ways to reduce waste, promote biodiversity and clean up Dunedin’s environment were celebrated at the Keep Dunedin Beautiful Awards.
Moving to a care-home can be an emotional experience and a Dunedin local says for some members of the rainbow community, retirement can also mean going back into the closet.
Many have felt the upheavals of work and direction during challenging economic times. Kaeiuea Bakeua has found new purpose by going beyond her comfort zone.
Some people say "stop preaching, old bat", but that doesn't stop Anne Marie Parsons offering free facemasks to people waiting for the bus near her home.
Building better banks and berms for intense tricks on the track is taking place at Forrester Park. The Dunedin BMX Club has been upgrading the surface of its tracks to ensure...
Plastics, vaccines and accessible housing were some of the topics discussed during the Dunedin Disabled Persons Assembly July meeting last week. Guest speaker was...
The story in last week’s paper about bus users defying the mask-wearing rule has prompted a reader to come forward with her observations. Reporter Simon Henderson talks to a local...
It all began in a room off a butcher’s shop, and now Taieri College is inviting former pupils and teachers to celebrate the humble beginnings of the school with a 150th reunion.
To paraphrase Shakespeare, we fatten ourselves for worms to eat when we are dead.
Startup Dunedin’s Audacious programme highlights University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic students who are brimming with innovative business ideas. This week in the series, reporter Simon...
Far from being frozen in time, climate change is having an effect on the southern continent of Antarctica.
Bugs, birds and buckets of soil are usually actively avoided inside shopping malls, but for the sake of science, a corner of Meridian mall became a world of natural wonder.
A candlelight vigil in the Octagon on July 29 at 6pm aims to shed light on the barbarity of modern day slavery and the trafficking of people.
With the aid of a rusty but serviceable set of kitchen tongs, Bill Thomson, of Mosgiel, gets ready to serve with steady concentration.
It took a 7ft (2.1m) high fence to satisfy the moral concerns of Victorian parents but when Otago Girls’ High School opened on February 6, 1871, it helped open up a whole new level of...
The future is very clear for St Hilda’s Collegiate School pupil Latasha Hastie.
Shiny polished steel and chrome are what you expect at a car show, but a Dunedin couple has a unique approach to classic cars. At the Zone 10 Otago Hot Rod show at the Edgar Centre on...