As scientists themselves, Bill and Daphne Lee like the idea that the man who built their house about 140 years ago was also a scientist.
Questions about the safety of some plastic bottles are finding few answers in this country, Chris Barton, of the NZ Herald, reports.
How did a possum-trapping, deer-netting, Whanganui River-dwelling wild child evolve into an author with three books recently in the top 10 on the Booksellers NZ non-fiction best-sellers list and a television series sold to 79 territories worldwide?
While Prue, Lady Wallis admits she's had to "clear the decks a bit" since her aviation entrepreneur husband Sir Tim Wallis crashed his Spitfire into the ground nearly 16 years ago and sustained a serious head injury, she is reluctant to take praise for the enormous role she has played in her husband's's recovery and the full life he still leads.
Sample: ''For reasons I've always found difficult to explain, the Springbok rugby tour of 1956 has stayed in the dark at the back of my mind and haunted my memories.
Otago Daily Times technology editor Dene Mackenzie has sourced a product that could be your saviour if travelling unknown roads on your summer holiday.
They are the men who pilot teams around the field. New Zealand has had plenty of quality servants at first five-eighth. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn ranks the top 10 of the pivots.
Carisbrook's demise was the end of an era for Otago. Shawn McAvinue tracks down those lucky enough to secure a memento of the stadium before it was demolished.
A doctor turned taxi driver finds new life in Queenstown. Tracey Roxburgh talks to Amanpreet Kaur about family and career.
Otago Daily Times reporters search their playlists to find some of their favourite songs for summer activities.
There are gems to be found amid the small print of a book delving deep into the lives and times of early medics of the South, writes Shane Gilchrist.
At the merest hint of a celebration of an historic event, members of the vintage car fraternity are expected to - and are delighted to - roll up with skinny tyres, crank handles, bonnets and deerstalker hats.
Shane Gilchrist presents a special Summer Times selection of albums that, although obscure, are worth exploring.
A great book is a great book, no matter the subject. So why do sports books often get such a bad name? Sports editor Hayden Meikle hands over to Arsenal fan Nigel Benson for this one.
Welcome to Streets of Gold, a Summer Times series celebrating Dunedin’s rich architectural heritage.
The Great New Zealand Pub Crawl features some of the country’s best and least-known pubs, including the Portsider, in Port Chalmers.
Summer Times presents a selection of chef Bevan Smith’s favourite summer recipes from Riverstone Kitchen’s Otago Daily Times Fresh column.