Associate Prof Janice Lord and Dr Viktoria Kahui, both part of the He Kaupapa Hononga Otago Climate Change network, investigate nature-based solutions for climate-change ...
The landscape of Te Waipounamu sustained and shaped its people, who storied it with deeds fantastic, tragic and universal.
I never thought I’d say this but I highly recommend an intense, passionate, totally over-the-top holiday from reality in the form of a mad love affair.
The aim of this column is to encourage readers to observe some of the many wonders they can see in the sky.
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.