A promising new Otepoti sonic community is having its launch tonight.
Life & Style
If you need a drought-resistant, tough, year-round ground cover with seasonal interest, then read on.
The 2015 flooding of South Dunedin may have been a 100-year event but Gillian Vine meets a gardener who is taking no chances.
What to do in your garden this week.
Wellington is the best place in New Zealand for tourists to have a pint, according to a new Lonely Planet guide written specifically for beer-lovers.
Unless you're a private dancer, a dancer for money...or doing some serious waist-training, a corset is probably not a part of your everyday wardrobe.
Breakfast can be a rushed and often neglected affair in many households, especially if you are on the run, Bevan Smith writes.
I fondly remember smoked fish from my childhood. It was always served in a fish pie with mashed potato and it was a great favourite.
Aussies Shiraz. I cut my vinous milk teeth on wines like this.
Autumn brings us many pleasures. Sweet, velvety pumpkins are one of them and not only for their sweet flavour but they are economical and versatile addition to our menus.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
On the second anniversary of a massive earthquake in Nepal, Andrew Waterworth, of Wanaka, reflects on his recent trekking adventure in the Langtang Valley.
Seabird enthusiast Neville Peat visits the fabled Farne Islands off England’s northeast coast.
Captain Kereyn Robertson is the top ranking Otago-based officer in the New Zealand Army's Bravo Company.
War stories need not be all wham-bam action. And, when writing for children, it’s important to depict the truth, two leading Kiwi authors tell Shane Gilchrist.
The sun was out and the beaches were packed but something was afoot at the Post Office Savings Bank in Dunedin, writes Peter Read.
Parenting columnist Ian Munro has a few ways on how to deal with pestering.
Lego Therapy is a recognised thing, Liz Breslin writes, and brick-building brings calm, order and new avenues into her life.
There are things you can do to stay limber through the colder months, Kirsty Fairbairn writes.
Kiwi fashion designer Annah Stretton is helping convicts turn their lives around and ensure they don't end up back in prison.