you did a story on me in 2002 when i had my first art exhibition in wanaka. i had only been living in new zealand a short time, arriving from chicago, my place of origin. it is now 15 years later,...
After several decades as an early childhood educator (ECE) I have pursued an interest in developmental psychology and it is with great interest I follow emergent research on Child Development,...
Helicopter drops cofetti at the Dunedin America's Cup Parade on Thursday.
The famous Colliers Rural Grape Debate comes to Marlborough on Friday the 3rd of November for the second year in a row. Two teams will argue the moot, “Is Hawke’s Bay, riding Marlborough’s Coat...
Muffin enjoying the snow
Photos taken late morning between Lauder and Wederburn today. Awesome being the passenger. Enjoy
A perfect bluebird day for Treble Cone opening today.
My New Zealand citizenship has been profoundly cheapened by the Government's shocking decision to grant citizenship to Peter Thiel.
I made this sign when I lived in Auckland back in 95. It hung in Westhaven Marina for a few months.
The Glenorchy Volunteer Rural Fire Force together with representative Pete Scarlett from the Otago Rural Fire Authority came together on Saturday evening to honour Glenorchy Fire Chief Dick Watson...
Vintage carriage A 1254 returns to Ocean Beach railway after 35 years being leased to Dunedin railways where it was put on a variety of trips up the Taieri Gorge railway and more.
It’s been a big year for wilding conifer control in Central Otago.
I just spotted the incredibly rare kōtuku while hanging out my washing this morning!Not sure what it is doing in Dunedin but it is beautiful!
Thousands of books were available to bookworms of all ages at the 24th Friends of the Library Booksale at the Fiordland Community Events Centre during Queens Birthday Weekend.
Once more, a Dunedin city councillor publicly chides other councillors for preventing unanimity in a decision.
First real snows of the year appear. Pictures taken from Duffers Saddle, some 1200m above Cromwell on the Nevis road. - Derek Whelan
Taken last night at the Nugget Point lighthouse. This was my third time going for astrophotography and all three times there have been other photographers trying to capture the stars.
Te Anau’s annual Pink Ribbon Lunch, on May 21, for the second consecutive year raised over $7000.
Have Your Say: Dunedin Youth Forum is an opportunity for young people to contribute to shaping the direction of our beautiful little city!
We are a club of 22 ladies who run a craft morning every few weeks where we set projects of knitting sewing, and assembling all manner of goods for those less fortunate than ourselves.