There has been a lot of attention directed towards the loss of banking services in communities throughout Otago, Sean Connelly writes.
Life & Style
When a former Dunedin couple moved back to their home town, they looked at only one house before buying. Kim Dungey reports.
Do you sometimes wish you could still eat tasty sweet or salty treats without having the guilt of eating unhealthy foods?
Spring has arrived, meaning longer leisurely days on the horizon and lighter meals on the menu. However, fresh spring produce still has a long way to go so it can be puzzling as to what to cook.
Modern living and stress seem to go hand in hand and it may be no surprise to you that the effects of stress can have a significant impact on mental wellbeing.
School holidays are always a tough time to control the junk food intake and with the sugar debate raging it is hard to know what to feed your children, Rebecca Fox finds.
Mark Henderson shares tips on learning more about wine.
Although it's September and spring has sprung, the chilly nights linger and the food that I crave is the comfort food of winter.
As we are in the midst of change of seasons regarding produce, we need to use what is easily attainable.
The designs of two former Otago Polytechnic students feature in Vogue Italia this month.
In the first in a two-part series Pam Jones soaks up the wonders of Hawaii’s steaming volcano paradise with seven days on the balmy, coconut tree-filled Big Island.
Finnlay Allerston (17) models an outfit designed by Otago Polytechnic fashion student Korii Adams (21) at the Dungeon Fashion Show held in the basement of the Athenaeum, in the Octagon, on Saturday.
James Hay, of Timepieces NZ in Outram, Otago, had his work cut out for him with the switch to daylight saving time at the weekend.
Dolce & Gabbana transported guests to a warm and busy Italian street setting for their catwalk show, in one of the most flamboyant displays of Milan fashion week.
Five million brightly coloured plastic bottle tops have been laid out on a Mediterranean island, spelling the word "HELP" in an art installation that aims to draw attention to marine pollution.
It was a remarkable day when Mike Hamblyn pulled the starter cord on the rest of his life.
Feeling content with your lot in life? That's not a bad thing, writes Jan Aitken.
A dark, magical tale of betrayal, greed and love comes home when The Devil’s Half-Acre hits the Fortune Theatre stage at the weekend.
There are compelling reasons to swap your downhill skis for the bacon rasher-thin planks used on cross-country terrain, writes Liz Breslin.
In a fit of artistic expression, Lisa Scott gets in touch with her angry side.