It was the day before Valentine’s and my Tinder wasn’t working, writes Lisa Scott.
A glengarry, a bottle of whisky, the family coat of arms: what could it mean? Herb Ritchie found out what his daughters had been up to.
Once shunned and undervalued, people with autism are gaining respect and independence as sought-after employees, writes Bruce Munro.
A mythical, musically significant record shop will be celebrated as part of the Dunedin Fringe Festival, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Records Records founder and Dunedin musical mentor Roy Colbert reflects on his curious commercial enterprise.
Former climate scientist Prof Dave Griggs says businesses need to act now or be left behind as the world transitions to a high-tech, low-carbon future.
Energy is the stuff that makes everything work, and New Zealand has certain advantages when it comes to generating it. But we need to do better and research led by the University of Otago's Centre for Sustainability points the way.
Constructing a building well can make for some impressive results if it’s done properly, writes Jan Aitken.
Generation Z, those born after 2000, are now reaching their mid-teens. Social media, smart phones, terrorism and neo-liberal politics have been the background to their lives, writes Ian Munro.
Jonathan Walmisley is the president of Coastguard Wanaka Lakes.
Crying is awesome as the antithesis to our manicured, screened, onscreen lives, Liz Breslin writes.
Mystery surrounds a one-night-only Fringe Festival cinematic experience in a "vanished" Dunedin movie theatre.
Ian Munro discusses excercise and its place in our children's wellbeing.
A transparently beautiful touch of the East adorns a set of jars at Olveston.
From Iran to Dunedin is not just a journey of miles. As Diana Noonan discovered, international students who make the trip to study here can make connections that close the distance between the two.
As her second album looms, Dunedin singer-songwriter Nadia Reid steadies herself for a new chapter, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Richard Roberts is the chief executive of Dunedin International Airport.
Ian Munro discusses the health of children when it comes to sport.
Dunedin artist Maurie Angelo is looking both backwards and to the future, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Creative minds are preparing to meet the challenges of an uncertain future, writes Scott Willis.