This exercise is great for cardiovascular conditioning – a very effective form of HIIT (high intensity interval training).
Top Australian choreographer and former Royal New Zealand Ballet dancer Alice Topp is creating her first work for the company this year as well as having her duet Clay featured in its...
A show about "the greatest baroness you have never heard of" features in this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Kkip the daily hassle of cooking from scratch with the beauty of batch cooking, suggest the folks at Love Food Hate Waste.
It might look like he’s leveraging his comedy for good, but Dunedin-raised comedian James Mustapic tells Tom McKinlay he’s really just having a laugh.
The phrase "waxing gibbous moon" originates from the Latin roots "waxing", meaning to increase or grow, and "gibbous," referring to a shape that is convex or bulging.
As the bear pit of politics continues to claim victims, Paul Gorman asks whether something has changed, whether the game has got out of hand.
Part of the Oamaru Opera House’s legacy is an early recipe for bottled coffee, Elly Dunckley writes.
A few weeks back, I found myself strolling beside the harbour with my spirited springer spaniel, Connie.
Working in my garden over summer, I was surrounded by birdsong. I had been stuck in an urban jungle through the last weeks of December and birdsong provided a balm.
Jupiter is dominating the northwestern sky after sunset. The largest planet in our solar system is, by far, the brightest object on view as darkness falls.
Why are our children obsessed with anti-ageing treatments? Take a look in the mirror, suggests Barbara Ellen.
The first thing you need to understand about Te Tiriti o Waitangi is three things, Dr Paerau Warbrick tells Tom McKinlay.