At home in the movies

Posted: Thursday July 4, 2019

High-flying life recalled in memoir

Posted: Sunday June 30, 2019

Literary Tram 2019 in Ulyanovsk: photos and video

June 21, Literary tram drove through Ulyanovsk. For the fourth time, the townspeople traveled around the night city and listened to the texts of writers from the UNESCO literary cities. Many people gathered, and two trams set off on a literary tour.

Posted: Tuesday June 25, 2019

West Papua: The Pacific Crisis we can no longer ignore

Meet Rosa Moiwend, West Papuan activist, human rights defender, and researcher

Posted: Monday June 24, 2019

Carnival attracts record crowd

Posted: Monday June 24, 2019

Art with a heart will help refugees

Posted: Thursday June 20, 2019

First comic venture award-winner

Posted: Wednesday June 19, 2019

The Female of the Species: A Celebration of Women in History

‘As a class, women seem always to have been too busy to say much about themselves. And sometimes it has seemed that the more worthwhile their deeds the less they said about them. Few women have had Boswells, though many should have’. Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead, 1937

Posted: Tuesday June 18, 2019

Landers lend a hand

Posted: Monday June 17, 2019


NZ PREMIERE / Winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize

Posted: Wednesday June 12, 2019

Making Winter Sparkle

Posted: Monday June 10, 2019

Flour to oats; 150 years of milling

Jim Sullivan reviews Going for Grain, a history of the last 150 years of the iconic Dunedin company Harraway and Sons Ltd, written by Rebecca Reid.

Posted: Monday June 10, 2019

Dunedin authors make book awards shortlist

Posted: Sunday June 9, 2019

Dunedin's vanishing cinemas

Posted: Sunday June 9, 2019

The best of New Zealand crime writing

Posted: Sunday June 9, 2019

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