Unable to travel internationally, Diana Noonan discovers small town New Zealand has its own set of charms.
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.
This two-storey duplex with a shared common wall and a mirror-image floorplan makes best use of a small site, and was built in such a way that future owners could transform it to one large dwelling...
Dunedin Botanic Garden's comprehensive camellia collection has a strong emphasis on health, landscape design and education.
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...
Now we’ve emerged from more rigorous levels of lockdown, the Otago Farmers Market is back in business, although in its leaner winter mode.
Lightly marinated celery sticks make a fantastic treat and it’s one that you can pack into your lunchbox or stash in the fridge as a go-to snack.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
With international tourism on hold due to Covid-19 domestic tourism is going to be a make or break for many businesses.
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...
Twenty-five kilometres north of Dunedin is a quirky little reserve that, if it was in town, might be better known.