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  • Law turning its gaze on climate accused

    Juries have started questioning who the real criminals are in the unforgiving arena of climate change politics, writes Prof Ceri Warnock....

  • Watching Sirius rise over Hereweka

    One of the joys of living on Otago Peninsula is the excitement of my morning journey to work. This time of year, my commute coincides with sunrise. If conditions are right (low clouds and a gap in them near the horizon are best) the explosion of colour in the run-up to dawn can be mesmerisingly...

  • Three Waters is the largest local government reform in decades. But in many minds, the rollout has been muddled and mired in controversy. To ‘‘unmuddy’’ Three Waters, three people near to the action speak off-the-record, giving Bruce Munro their take on the reason for the reforms, whether they are...

  • A first step towards controlled change

    We now have a plan of action to guide our climate change response. But is it any good? Members of the University of Otago’s He Kaupapa Hononga climate change research network run the ruler over it....

  • Granddad’s part in Hitler’s downfall

    A Hollywood movie about a desperate attempt to fool Hitler features Rear-Admiral John Godfrey, head of the British Naval Intelligence Division. Some details in the film are not accurate, Rachel Gibb, of Dunedin, tells Bruce Munro. Gibb should know — Admiral Godfrey was not only the abrasive...

  • Making the list

    Just six novels remain in contention for the world’s most prestigious literary award — The Booker Prize — which will be awarded next week. The Otago Daily Times’ fiction faction cast their eye over this year’s finalists....

  • UP FROM THE STREETS

    Daniel Kaluuya grew up on a council estate. Now his intense portrayal of the black activist Fred Hampton has put him at the top of the A-list, writes Nosheen Iqbal....

  • Not in your backyard

    Your house, your castle, or so they say. But what can you do with impunity in your own backyard and what is beyond the pale? Bruce Munro scours bylaws and legislation to help you get the most out of your property without ending up in jail — maybe....

  • A land of LIZARDS

    Sharp-eyes and passion are leading to the discovery of new skink and gecko species in Otago. And the race is on to save them, writes Anna Yeoman....

  • HOGGING THE ROAD

    Early motorists were a scourge, widely reviled, write Alex Trapeznik and Austin Gee....

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