Something truly awe-inspiring will be visible to early-rising stargazers across our region next week, writes Ian Griffin.
Whatever happened to synchronised swimmers Nina and Lisa Daniels? Adrian Seconi catches up with the sisters.
As Hurst Holdings Ltd director, a Waitaki DHS limited board member and Observatory Village Trust trustee, former All Back Ian Hurst has done all right for a farmer’s son.
Tucked away in small towns throughout Otago and Southland are the keepers of the community’s history. Today, David Loughrey visits the Waikouaiti Coast Heritage Centre.
As the DCC's strategy and governance general manager, Sandy Graham works at the top echelons of the organisation. But her first pay packet came as a member of a roading gang.
In this, the final part of his holiday walking to the Tuapeka goldfields, we join Pakeha about to head home — but not before first visiting the Chinese camp near Lawrence.
Bryce Langston has spent the past five years travelling the globe exploring trends of alternative living and small space design. He visits a hobbit-style home.
One special group of items at the Waikouaiti Coast Heritage Centre tells a story curator Kay Lang says may be ''not interesting for blokes, but great for women''.
Dean Burnett, neuroscientist and author of The Idiot Brain, talks to Killian Fox about the difficulty of trying to explain happiness and what he learned from Charlotte Church.
Frodo Baggins and old chum Gandalf search for a way back to Hobbiton, in this tale by David Loughrey.
Sunday night's a great chance to view the moon and planets Mars and Uranus, weather permitting, writes Ian Griffin.
At the heart of the vessels that ply the waters of the Southland coast are the engines that drive them.
Tucked away in small towns throughout Otago and Southland are the keepers of the community’s history. Today, David Loughrey visits Bluff.
Otago Daily Times staff photographer Linda Robertson shares some of his favourite photographs of 2018.
Otago Daily Times staff photographer Gerard O’Brien shares some of his favourite photographs of 2018.
Terry Davies is the driving force behind Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium. But the man who now commands a sizeable six-figure salary can still remember his first pay day. Chris Morris reports.