Club Otago November: Lesley Elliot

On the day she was due to leave for Wellington and a job with the Treasury, 22-year-old Sophie Elliott was brutally murdered, stabbed 216 times by an ex-boyfriend. The year’s final Club Otago lunch will feature Lesley Elliott, Sophie’s mother and founder of the Sophie...

Club Otago Lunch September 2018 – Max Quinn

Dunedin-based internationally-acclaimed wildlife cameraman Max Quinn is prepared for all eventualities. From spending almost a year in Antarctica, where temperatures rarely rose above minus 25 degrees and where there was a three-month period when the sun never rose,...

Max Quinn – September Club Otago Lunch

The next Club Otago lunch – scheduled for the Glenroy Auditorium on Thursday, 27th September – will take us to places most of us have never seen and some we haven’t heard of. Our guest is internationally-renowned wildlife cameraman Max Quinn, who has been involved in...

March Club Otago Lunch: David Moffett

It is not New Zealand Rugby’s job to fix the game globally and our administrators would be advised to direct their efforts towards ensuring the game here and in the Pacific Islands is better served. Forget South Africa, Japan and Argentina … strengthen the...
Club Otago Lunch November: Ian Taylor

Club Otago Lunch November: Ian Taylor

‘Bugger the boxing. Just pour the concrete anyway.’ That’s the mantra by which Ian Taylor and his amazingly talented Animation Research Ltd team have operated for the last 30 years – a recipe which has seen the company and its founder honoured the world over. Ian was...