A good guide makes the sights come alive, writes Julie Orr-Wilson.
Last month, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery opened "Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys", an exhibition curated by Mary Kisler and toured by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.
Philanthropist Christine Fernyhough’s new book celebrates a golden era in our history, the 1950s and 60s.
Orokonui volunteer Eeva-Katri Kumpula has recently been volunteering at the Burwood Takahe Centre, and has this update on the Orokonui takahe offspring who have gone on to help in the recovery programme.
Even though it might be a phase, biting isn't something that a child can be left to grow out of, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
This is my last column from Krakow. Hello. I think it's Saturday. And November. Is it? I missed a day somewhere on the dateline, I'm very completely massively liminally overadverbially...
Newspaper photographers are in a privileged position, says Stephen Jaquiery, whose career is the focus of a new book. Kim Dungey talks to the award-winning photographer and people in his most memorable assignments.
We need to do more to protect our dark sky and reconnect with our place in the universe, writer and stargazing enthusiast Naomi Arnold tells Bruce Munro.
There seems to be burgeoning entrepreneurial and political interest and activity in young people, both in New Zealand and overseas, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
How often is it you can see a planet disappear behind the moon? This year, if you live in New Zealand, the answer is twice.
One of the toughest events on the New Zealand surf life-saving calendar celebrates its 50th anniversary today.
Celebrating the discovery of of your unborn baby's sex has been co-opted by people with repressive, polarised ideas, the woman who began the trend tells Rebecca Schiller.
Bruce Munro takes Aaron Hawkins for a ride to find out what makes the mayor-elect tick and get a feel for what it will be like living in Dunedin under his youthful leadership.