Every so often a rescue goes off without a hitch.
Keeping the soil hoed not only keeps down weed seedlings but also gives vegetables an effective mulch of broken soil that prevents loss of moisture lower down in the ground.
Herbal teas aren’t always to everyone’s taste but they are a superb source of seed, writes James Wong.
Some NZ supermarkets are stopping online orders or restricting how many lemons you can buy. The citrus fruit isn't in season locally, and Covid-19 is being blamed for import delays.
Queenstown reporter Cass Marrett takes an overnight cruise in the Milford Sound to explore what makes this place so special.
Dunedin rules. There are a lot of them. Over the past year, Otago Daily Times subeditor Nic Wood has spent her free time looking out for rules — official or otherwise — around the city and its surrounds, photographing them to share on a social media page.
The fifth and final part of the Otago Daily Times’ series to name the South’s 20 most inspiring people in 2021.
Charlotte was the top name for baby girls born in 2021 in New Zealand while Oliver was the top name for boys in the same period.
In the Next 10 we select Otago’s greatest sporting moments during the past 10 years. Reporter Adrian Seconi completes the series today with a look at the unlikely, the improbable and mission impossible.
Moving into January always makes me crave lighter, fresher food like salads, stonefruit and berries.