Published Pieces

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Princes Street, Dunedin heritage buildings revival – need for a winning formula?

South Dunedin – resilient people and place demand respect

Port life never boring – Port Chalmers

Dunedin’s Northeast Valley – a bird’s eye view

Dunedin Writers Walk for Dan Davin

‘Conchies’ sub-text to military history – Archibald Baxter

24-hour Regent book sale 

A flutter at the Galway races

A touching tribute to the humble book

Second-hand bookshop as place of refuge

Bricks and sawtooth roofs abound

Days of the old school yard

Descent into “madness” – tale of an unquiet mind

Ebenezer Scrooge balances the books

Forget the Russians, watch the sea – Dunedin’s Russian Scare

Going for a coffee – it’s more than what you drink

Going to the pictures – the golden days of cinema

How did Pope Benedict XVI rate?

In the lift or elevator – up close and personal

Jewel in literary crown – Dunedin’s Athenaeum and Mechanics’ Institute

Make more of Anzac Ave’s memorial status

Malevolence on the Morningside Express

Ordinary suburb, exceptional runner – Peter Snell: NZ’s Athlete of the Century

Police’s darkest days – Stanley Graham

Prosper in the year of the horse – 2014 Chinese Lunar Year

Ralph Hotere – Journey of protest through art

Skateboard skills evoke past prowess

Time to honour Dan Davin

Aramoana township celebrates with true sense of community

Wings and a prayer – Bill Hodgson and the Battle of Britain

Green Tsunami – the Rugby World Cup and when the Irish came to town

The Accountant’s Scrapbook – should we be preserving our personal work histories?


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