He's one of the most influential figures in New Zealand rugby yet keeps a remarkably low profile, and that's just how Warren Alcock likes it, as Sally Rae reports.
Life & Style
The iD International Emerging Designer Awards may have been won by an Australian, but it was a southern girl who wowed the hearts of the audience.
A Dunedin Airport car park overflowing since last Thursday tells the story of what is expected to be a significant loss for this year's iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
Doodling, as long as you don’t overthink it, is good for you, writes Liz Breslin.
As the sometimes dreary days of autumn descend, get your ``shine on'' with luxe fabrics such as lurex, taffeta, satins and silks in any shade, including metallics.
David Murray looks at the history of Craigie House.
A Q&A with fashion designer Charmain Reveley.
Clive Humphreys is the new interim head of Dunedin Art School. He talks to Bruce Munro about rubbish trucks, art in these turbulent times and the need for the school to maintain its disciplines.
A community garden on the Taieri is growing vegetables, nurturing young people and promoting resilience, writes Tom McKinlay. Jethro Schreuder is sitting at the edge of a field of long grass staring...
Diet apps are very popular these days, especially alongside exercise tracking, writes Kirsty Fairbairn.
Liv Bambery is planting cabbages with Annika Korsten, neatly spaced and cosseted in a layer of mulch: the cabbages that is.
An end to waste would be cause for celebration. At Womad they’ve got the party started, writes Gina Dempster.
Luke Facer's at Kowhai Grove extending the hands-on component of the sustainable horticulture course he's doing at Otago Polytechnic.
What is cool? asks Rachel Wesley.
It’s not been a great summer in a lot of places this year. And it hasn’t been a great summer for water safety either, writes Ian Munro.
An exhibition giving new meaning to the term "hanging artworks'' can be found near iD Dunedin Fashion Week's catwalk action.
A Dunedin-based sustainable fashion series is set to return next month — but this time it will run twice as long as last year’s event.
Highlanders players swapped their strip for Swanndris as part of iD Dunedin Fashion Week last night.
It was a rapid change of focus from the lens to the catwalk for Dunedin photographer James Russell.
Behind the scenes of the iD Dunedin Fashion Week Railway Station show, people are buzzing with excitement.