Memoir tells the story of a Dunedin family

A new book, Mornington Memoirs, delves into the lives of the Jelley family, their friends and neighbours.

Posted: Friday March 19, 2021

Multitude of events for Race Relations Week

Race Relations Week will celebrate diversity, Dunedin Multi-Ethnic Council president Lux Selvanesan says.

Posted: Thursday March 18, 2021

New festival celebrates women’s art and music

The Dunedin Festival of Women’s Art and Music (DfestWAM) will be launched this weekend, as part of the Dunedin Fringe Festival.

Posted: Thursday March 18, 2021

Festival showcasing homegrown diversity

As New Zealand travellers pile into camper vans to discover beaches and bistros across the country, the Dunedin Writers & Readers Festival organiser says limiting guests to domestic writers does not make the writing any less stunning.

Posted: Wednesday March 17, 2021

2021 Camperdown Robert Burns Scottish Festival

Posted: Wednesday March 17, 2021

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival Programme

Posted: Wednesday March 17, 2021

NZSA Oral History Podcast – New Season

Posted: Wednesday March 17, 2021

Small town boy

Michael Metzger’s Dunedin Fringe Festival play examines rural masculinity through the lens of his own story, he tells Tom McKinlay.

Posted: Wednesday March 17, 2021

Five visual writing prompts

Inspired by everyday items in a beautiful city – from nature webcams to abandoned shopping lists

Posted: Friday March 12, 2021

PLAYWRIGHTS B4 25

Posted: Friday March 12, 2021

New Landfall editor sought

Expressions of interest are sought for the position of editor of Landfall (two issues per year)

Posted: Friday March 12, 2021

Alan Roddick on David Eggleton's blog

Posted: Friday March 12, 2021

All Saints Church, Dunedin

All Saints’ Church is a building of exceptional significance” Salmond Reed Heritage Architects.

Posted: Friday March 12, 2021

Shared experience

For two Dunedin first-time playwrights seeing their plays on the stage at Dunedin’s Fringe Festival this year will be the end of a long journey — hopefully. Rebecca Fox talks to Kelly Hocking and Harrison Kennedy.

Posted: Thursday March 11, 2021

WAIRUA’S Boosted NZ campaign is now LIVE!

Posted: Wednesday March 10, 2021

THE ANNUAL TEXT PRIZE FOR YOUNG ADULT & CHILDREN’S WRITING

Awarded annually to the best manuscript written for young readers, the $10,000 Text Prize for Young Adult and Children’s Writing aims to discover incredible new books by exciting authors. The prize has unearthed extraordinary, multi-award-winning books and launched international publishing careers.

Posted: Wednesday March 10, 2021

Richard Reeve on David Eggleton's Blog

Posted: Tuesday March 9, 2021


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