Author and speaker Yvonne Godfrey, of Auckland, has been in Otago addressing adolescent, parenting and family issues as part of a speaking tour of New Zealand.
Coincidences will cause the next monster influenza epidemic, for which we are woefully unprepared, former Otago researcher Prof Robert Webster tells Bruce Munro.
Sixty years ago, Southland entrepreneur Wilson Cameron Campbell conceived an idea that, had it been successful, could have transformed Te Anau into a ski resort similar to Queenstown.
''Oh my goodness, it's so spooky, and it's moving. It's all over the sky and the colours, just wow, WOW!''
Jodie and Jared are Pink superfans. Mandie, Lesley and Sharon have beaten bullying, breast cancer and a marriage break-up with the help of her music, writes Bruce Munro.
Ahead of his visit to Orokonui, Bronwyn Jeynes, of the Kakapo Recovery team, tells how Sirocco came to be the survivor and remarkable personality he is.
No matter how much they seem to be trying to rile us, teenagers do need us to be the rock, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
Languishing in the back of your wardrobe could be a fashion item that will help colour in "A Fashionable Portrait of Dunedin", writes Cecilie Geary.
In 1873, the Otago Provincial Council appointed captain F.W Hutton as curator of Otago Museum. Turns out they made a wise choice, writes Rosi Crane.
Family comes first for a group of young people once recognised as some of Otago’s top high school pupils. Kim Dungey reports.