What are you doing next Tuesday?
Technology has made life busier and more pressured, but our children still need fom us the same unconditional love, time and protection that they’ve always needed, Ian Munro writes.
Summertime is house-painting time. Bruce Munro reflects on the process, perils and payback of "painting your house".
For more than a decade, Gisele Bundchen was the world's highest-paid supermodel. But it hasn't always been so simple.
Former Dunedin man Jeff Nash's love of speed on two wheels has taken him to the United States. Hayden Meikle tracks him down for a chat.
The rich diversity of marine life near Scott Base in the Antarctic has stunned scientists diving under the ice to set up environmental monitoring sites.
Since moving to New Zealand, I have always tried to sneak in something astronomical on my birthday, writes Ian Griffin.
Bruce Munro talks to Dunedin neighbours on either side of the entrenched wealth and poverty divide and asks whether anyone wants to see it change.
Where are they now? The ODT takes a look to see what the 2009 recipients of the Otago Daily Times Class Act award have been doing since leaving high school.
For a teenager, Christmas can be a case of "let me have my presents and then let me outta here", writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
Anna Yeoman's experiences helping in an endangered skink project in Central Otago led to reflections on the exciting but vulnerable status of current lizard work in New Zealand.
Many people get given a pair of binoculars or a telescope as a Christmas gift. After the excitement of looking at the moon, it can sometimes be hard to figure out what to look at next.
Commissioners Yvonne and Andy Westrupp head up the Salvation Army territory that covers New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa.