Peter Blackwood is the president of Highland Harmony, Dunedin's only all-male barbershop chorus.
Concentrating on ducking and diving through the lunar landscape of Rally Argentina, World Rally Championship driver Hayden Paddon had to shake off a serious dose of self-doubt on the way to claiming his maiden WRC win.
I write a lot about communication. Being able to communicate with our baby, toddler, youngster, teenager and/or adult child is a key factor in maintaining healthy family relationships, writes...
The Dunedin Public Art Gallery's new collection show, Style & Substance, looks at the way artists have responded to different genre systems throughout the history of art.
Rosie Herdman talks to Los Angeles-based Sophie Buhai about her new collection and redefining luxury in the fine jewellery sector.
Do you use the hand sanitiser when you visit a hospital or rest-home? What would make you more likely to do so? Would a voice-prompt work, asks Pauline Norris.
Being a parent for the first time brings major changes to your life. It will never be the same again, writes Ian Munro.
A passion for observing all things astronomical has led Ian Griffin to develop a veritable transit obsession.
Living in NZ, especially, I suspect, in a small community, when you are middle-aged, is a long succession of attending community meetings to plan fundraising initiatives, writes Kate Oktay.
After a traumatic event, particularly the death of a loved one or breakup of a relationship, people often search for meaning and "closure", writes life coach Jan Aitken.
What impact is lobbying having on public health? Sir David Skegg lifts the lid on this hidden topic and tells Bruce Munro a better way is desperately needed.
Former Queenstown resident Martine Baanvinger is taking her latest stage show on tour, telling a true story of lovers in exile in the New Zealand bush.
AI is transforming life in New Zealand more quickly than many realise, states a new report from the Royal Society. The urgent task is to ensure it helps more than it harms.
Graeme Stout is a legal executive at law firm Gallaway Cook Allan and he Otago Daily Times' bridge columnist.
Alt-right activists believe low testosterone is resulting in a crisis of masculinity. But is ‘‘low-T’’ really to blame for making men ‘‘soft’’ - or is the politicisation of the hormone more sinister?