Timaru's top policeman says he does not know what it will take to get the message through to young people after a woman was injured riding in the boot of a car in Dunedin.
"Obsessive" critics of the Southern District Health Board’s colonoscopy service need to back off, board chairman Pete Hodgson says.
The success of this year’s Dunedin Arts Festival has been "encouraging" for an industry hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, organisers say.
Arielle Walker is dedicated to preserving and learning the traditions of storytelling and textiles. On her first visit to Dunedin she tells Rebecca Fox about the importance of family and making.
When the "Kerikeri old girls network" hooked Barnaby Olson up with a job in Turkey, little did he know it would provide him with a perfect traveller’s tale.
What at times was confronting and heart-wrenching work has resulted in a thought-provoking art piece exploring the disconnect between manufacturing and consumerism.
Rehearsing in a tree at the Otago Museum Reserve ahead of her first performance of The Arboreal Aerialist for the Dunedin Arts Festival 2021 tonight is aerial dancer Chloe Loftus.
Natyaloka is the only Indian dance school in Otago that teaches Bharatanatyam, a major form of Indian classical dance.
The chance to work on an opera she loves was enough to send Fiona McAndrew back to bed, reports Rebecca Fox.
Three albums into The Chills’ comeback, Martin Phillipps says he feels like he can finally relax a bit. Tom McKinlay reports.
A Dunedin Arts Festival show is set to celebrate the man who turned "wallpaper music" into a true and significant art form. DSO arts administrator Feby Idrus tells reporter Molly Houseman what the audience can expect from Beethoven’s Big Bash.
More than a year after it was created in the South, the theatre show Owls Do Cry is on tour again, this time including a performance in the city.
REVIEW: Fierce, colourful, loud and explosive, Wild Dogs under My Skirt mercilessly attacks the “Pacific princess’’ image.
REVIEW: The F Word is a history lesson in feminism, women’s liberation and ultimately a celebration of female empowerment.
A documentary theatre project coming to Dunedin will bring into focus the many forms of cultural misrepresentation, discrimination and invisibility that exists around Chinese identity.