Laura Hewson reviews The Kingfisher's Debt by Kura Carpenter. Published by IFWG Publishing Australia.
The daunting prospect of having an entire year to just write has been swept away by the need to create, Robert Burns Fellow for 2018 Dunedin poet Rhian Gallagher tells Rebecca Fox.
Otago is a paradise for filthy students, filthy farmers and filthy freedom campers according to a new book by the authors of an infamous social media page.
Stephen Jaquiery reviews I Am New Zealand: Aotearoa Through Many Eyes. Published by Penguin Random House.
Mike Houlahan reviews Tutu Te Puehu: New Perspectives On The New Zealand Wars, edited by John Crawford and Ian McGibbon. Published by Steele Roberts.
What is Inch Clutha and why does it have such an odd name? David Loughrey travelled south to find out.
James Macandrew played an important role in the making of Dunedin, Otago and New Zealand, but has had no biographer until now. R.J. Bunce throws a spotlight on this admirable, yet notorious figure.
One of Central Otago’s most decorated poets will tomorrow be recognised by his own community for a prestigious national award. Pam Jones talks to Michael Harlow about his Prime Ministerial honour.
In this extract from a new book, Lasting Impressions: The story of New Zealand’s newspapers, 1840-1920, by Ian F. Grant, an Anglican attempts to establish a masthead in Presbyterian Dunedin.
Former first lady Michelle Obama will never forgive President Donald Trump for promoting a bigoted conspiracy theory that questioned whether her husband was born in the US, it has been reported.
Jack Reacher author Lee Child entertained a full house at Dunedin's Glenroy Auditorium on Saturday night.