The winners of the 2022 New Zealand Mountain Film & Book Festival have been announced.
For two Dunedin creatives, working together on a new book helped them navigate some tough times. Rebecca Fox talks to Lynley Edmeades and Saskia Leek.
Robert Sullivan describes his latest book Tunui/Comet as a hikoi, a journey, through Aotearoa. He reveals the inspiration for his poetry and what drew him to Oamaru.
After publishing an impressive range of books for early learners, a Dunedin author has won an award which will help her take the leap into her first novel.
A work by a Dunedin indigenous-led education and publishing initiative Kei te pai press is featuring in a contemporary Maori art exhibition in Wellington.
Chris Long grew up with his family at Gorge River, on the rugged South Westland coast, two days’ hike from the nearest road. Since leaving home at 17, Chris has explored the world.
If you see Campus Watch team member Steve Crosland scribbling in a notebook during a shift, it does not necessarily follow that he is taking notes about a student escapade.
More than 80 years before the current crisis in Ukraine, children in Dunedin as young as 5 did their part to help people in war-torn Europe.
For anyone with plans to get away for Easter or even just go on an adventure for a day, these recipes by Sophie Hansen are a great option to keep everyone fed and happy.
Dunedin’s gold medal-winning athlete Yvette Williams was a true trailblazer who, until now, has not had her story fully told. Bruce Munro talks to gold medal gymnast and author Angela Walker about being given access to Williams’ personal diaries.
When Emily Duncan won one of the top awards at the Adam Foundation New Zealand Play Awards, she was as relieved as she was elated.
This book, found by John Le Carre's son following the renowned author's death, pokes scathing ridicule at the secret (but so important) lives and methods of Britain's men and women working for MI5 and MI6.
This is a laconic, melancholic account of the first Covid-19 lockdown in Britain 2020, from the point of view of an unnamed, young middle-aged poet, living in a small market town in middle England.
In erudite, pointed fashion Amitav Ghosh makes claims and challenges you to re-evaluate your own assumptions about history, politics and the Earth.
Otago Regional Councillor Bryan Scott joins the growing list of Te Araroa Trail walkers turning their experiences into a book.
As the weather cools, leading to more indoor time it is the perfect time to explore a different cuisine.