Adventure tourism education gap filled with new course

Otago Polytechnic's Central Campus Adventure Tourism Management programme leader John Cossens.

A new adventure tourism programme will be the only degree of its type in the Southern Hemisphere.

Awards kickstarts fashion careers

The winning entry for the best use of fabric in 2015 was made by Daphne Randle of Alexandra.

The Hokonui Fashion Design Awards in Gore is a great way to kick start a career, a designer says.

Kai pai top vege pie

Queenstown and Wanaka Bakery Wholesale worker Rita Williams shows off top-awarded veggie pies.

Wanaka and Queenstown kai pai vegetable pies are officially the best in the country.

Piano gig in Central Otago

Wellington musicians Douglas Mews and Robert Ibell will perform in Cromwell on September 22 and Arrowtown on September 23.

Wellington-based musician swill make the audience time travel two centuries back during their concerts in Arrowtown and Cromwell.

A woman's touch

Emma Jarman is the first female musical director of the Invercargill City Big Band.

Emma Jarman is the first female musical director for the Invercargill City Big Band.

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Adventure tourism education gap filled with new course

Otago Polytechnic's Central Campus Adventure Tourism Management programme leader John Cossens.

A new adventure tourism programme will be the only degree of its type in the Southern Hemisphere.

House bus battery to blame for fire

A battery being charged by a solar panel is the likely cause of a fire that destroyed a house bus and a shed.

Vineyards produce 'evolutionary' map

Cromwell boys slip down cliff-face collecting crystals

Reviews

Practically perfect in every way

Grace Doherty (Jane Banks), Emily Burns (Mary Poppins), Korbyn Simpson (Michael Banks), and Nick Purdie (Bert) perform ...

I'm a little bit in love. His name is Bert. He's a chimney sweep.

Hurricanes Alumni offer helping hand

The Hurricanes' inaugural coach, Frank Oliver.

"They can't all be rugby coaches and commentators", so Mike Russell decided to do something to help.

Review: Arts festival sets bar high

Duck, Death and the Tulip is more than what the title might suggest.

Arts reporter Briar Babington reviews the Southland Festival of the Arts.

Roll up, roll up

The Magical Mystery Tour is waiting to take you away.

 Review: The Magical Mystery Tour is waiting to take you away.

Review: Fool to Cry

Fool To Cry cast Nigel Edwards as Warren, Travis Oudhoff as Ryan, Hannah McLeod as Helen and Victoria Mills as Janice.

You'd be a fool to miss the latest from Repertory House in Invercargill.

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