Manus Island refugee Behrouz Boochani not seeking NZ asylum - for now

Prominent Kurdish-Iranian refugee Behrouz Boochani, who landed in New Zealand last night, will not seek asylum here for now but will look at it later as a possibility.

Posted: Friday November 15, 2019

Ian Cross, celebrated Listener editor, 1925-2019

The former Listener editor turned around a magazine going through turbulent times which he discussed in a previously unpublished 2014 interview.

Posted: Friday November 15, 2019

Call for Auditions

A unique opportunity for actors to engage with and present the work of one of the 20th centurys most colossal yet controversial literary figures. D. H. LAWRENCES 1922 short story THE FOX in a world premiere of a new stage adaptation.

Posted: Monday November 11, 2019

Sinad Gleeson: sickness, health, motherhood & writing

Sinad Gleeson is an Irish writer and the author of the critically acclaimed work of creative non-fiction Constellations. She was diagonosed with arthritis at 13, and an aggressive form of leukemia in her 20s, and her book is a powerful depiction of sickness, health and ultimately motherhood, as well as...

Posted: Thursday November 7, 2019

Welcome Dunedin Fringe Artists!

The next festival is 19 - 29 March 2020 and Registrations are NOW OPEN!

Posted: Wednesday November 6, 2019

Communities of Readers

The Communities of Readers project is an initiative designed to connect more children and young people to reading. This initiative is enabling the National Library to work with a small number of communities to strengthen reading engagement.

Posted: Wednesday November 6, 2019

Neighbour writers win award each

Posted: Tuesday November 5, 2019

Residency stimulating for artistic couple

Posted: Tuesday November 5, 2019

Let there be light: macular degeneration and me

Posted: Monday November 4, 2019

The Big Red Ride: a community bike programme

Posted: Monday November 4, 2019

Sir Cedric Stanton Hicks

Posted: Monday November 4, 2019

Writer alights in the land of birds

Prize-winning children's author Swapna Haddow has arrived in Dunedin in the nick of time, writes Karen Trebilcock.

Posted: Monday November 4, 2019

say WHY NOT to WHY NOT! ONLY 2 DAYS TO GO

Can you support this amazing woman and her book?

Posted: Monday November 4, 2019

A life behind the lens

Newspaper photographers are in a privileged position, says Stephen Jaquiery, whose career is the focus of a new book. Kim Dungey talks to the award-winning photographer and some of the subjects of his most memorable assignments.

Posted: Saturday November 2, 2019


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