Newspaper has proud history of supporting literary talent

A local commitment to fostering writing talent must be applauded, Tony Eyre writes.

Posted: Sunday April 11, 2021

Lies and ill will

A new play to debut at the Dunedin Arts Festival is not about telling the truth, but might have truths to tell, writes Tom McKinlay.

Posted: Tuesday April 6, 2021

Welcome return to Dunedin for award-winning show

"An unapologetic, sometimes humorous, sometimes confronting feast for the eyes, ears and soul."

Posted: Tuesday April 6, 2021

Dunedin Fringe 2021 Award winners

Posted: Thursday April 1, 2021

Dark Dunedin: Season Two, Episode One

Posted: Thursday April 1, 2021

New publisher at University Press

Dunedin poet and prose writer Dr Sue Wootton has been appointed as the new publisher at Otago University Press.

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

The directors’ cut

As the Dunedin Fringe Festival closes and two other arts festivals loom, their directors peruse each other’s offerings.

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

Help The Playhouse Theatre get a refurbishment

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

2021 Bucheon Residency Program

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

Thief! - Dunedin Fringe Festival

Posted: Monday March 29, 2021

Dispatches from the fringes

Posted: Sunday March 28, 2021

Prison creative-writing stimulus

The Otago Daily Times prison creative-writing competition is back and promises to be bigger than ever.

Posted: Sunday March 28, 2021

Significant Archibald Baxter poetry find

A Dunedin student’s discovery and publication of poems by World War 1 conscientious objector Archibald Baxter is shedding new light on previous little-known parts of his life.

Posted: Sunday March 28, 2021

Pupils put favourite things to verse

Anderson’s Bay School pupils prefer climbing trees and writing poetry.

Posted: Friday March 26, 2021


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