Grant Bayldon is national director of World Vision New Zealand.
Don’t know about you, but I’m a bit sick of old white guys at the moment (sorry Santa, but I’ll always cherish that Soda Stream), writes Lisa Scott.
Bruce Munro has compiled Dunedin’s top 10 shortcuts: a guide to the best clever, hidden, forgotten or, in some cases, barely existent paths, steps and tracks in Dunedin.
The Earth reached the high point of its orbit - our greatest distance from the sun this year - at the weekend. Astronomers call this moment aphelion, writes Ian Griffin.
Darryl Baser, a regular on the Dunedin music scene, has released his second album, appropriately titled #Secondselfie. It contains his signature combination of wit and melancholy, as well as collaborations with local artists.
Many youngsters are lapping up the return to freedom and, in particular, the return of sport. But there’ll be some who won’t seem the slightest bit interested, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
Hello, I’m a nice regular white person from a white town and I’m not a racist, but I’m getting a bit worried about all these racists on the news. What should I do? writes columnist Liz Breslin.
Local music histories are marked with stories of lost bands, forgotten songs and musicians that nearly made it.
If you do anything this week, get up early and enjoy the sight of Venus and Matariki in the pre-dawn sky, writes Ian Griffin.
Black Lives Matter has profoundly affected many in New Zealand. The solution emerging for this country is something called decolonisation, writes Tom McKinlay.
Twenty-five kilometres north of Dunedin is a quirky little reserve that, if it was in town, might be better known.
Last week, I came across a great idea for introducing the decision-making process. A teacher friend has been taking his Year 9 class through the process using our Government’s response to the...
Childhood memories are a patchwork; random snatches of scenes mostly hidden, but suddenly surfacing when jolted to consciousness by the smell of sunscreen, or the feeling of flannelette sheet...
Those bottles in the recycling bin could be the currency that supports a network of community hubs, writes Gina Dempster.