Survival training for the NZ Army inspired Dean Hall to create the zombie apocalypse PC game DayZ.
The extraordinary work of Dunedin dancer and choreographer Shona Dunlop MacTavish is being resurrected in her memory.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Joanna Braithwaite, Francis Nicholls, and Inge Doesburg.
Emmett Hardie has taken on a complicated family saga steeped in Dunedin history for his directorial debut. Rebecca Fox reports.
Erina Daniels is bringing a play about her family home for her ‘‘southern’’ family to see. She tells Rebecca Fox about discovering stories about aunts, uncles and cousins are universal.
She's been in some of the biggest blockbusters of recent years, yet has somehow always remained below the radar. But that's all about to change. Alex Moshakis meets the star of the new Stephen King...
Prize-winning children's author Swapna Haddow has arrived in Dunedin in the nick of time, writes Karen Trebilcock.
November is looking like a massive month for local gigs, writes Fraser Thompson. Take advantage of the long nights and warm(ish) weather and get amongst it.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Mark Braunias, the Rayner Brothers, and Frank Gordon.
Many New Zealand jazz fans will have seen top trumpeter Allen Vizzutti with the Rodger Fox Big Band — he performed in Dunedin in 2016 — but he is also at home with the classical genre.
Opening the public up to experiences they might not otherwise have is the goal of Brazil-based artist collective OPAVIVARA! Rebecca Fox talks to it about being a collective.
HBO has ordered 10 episodes of a Game of Thrones spinoff called House of the Dragon, shortly after reports emerged it had canned another series set in the world created by author George R.R. Martin.
Dunedin writer Ron Palenski has been indefatigable in writing the history of the Evening Star newspaper, first published in Dunedin in 1862.