Timothy Brown

Hunt 'a bit weird', but great fun

Hunt 'a bit weird', but great fun

It may have been ''weird'', but what a way to end the school term.

30-year postie earns stamp of approval

30-year postie earns stamp of approval

Veteran postie Kerry Wheeler found himself on the receiving end of a special delivery yesterday.

Junior umpires encouraged

Junior umpires encouraged

An initiative is taking a shot at bridging the gap between junior and secondary school netball on the Taieri.

'Inferno' destroys Gore business

'Inferno' destroys Gore business

A huge fire that blanketed parts of Gore in dense smoke has been brought under control this morning.

Open education promises income

Open education promises income

Otago Polytechnic's work with open education could see new cash flow within a decade.

'Thrilled' with support, Sir Alan says

'Thrilled' with support, Sir Alan says

Sir Alan Mark was ''thrilled'' with the turnout of supporters of the Wise Response Appeal on the steps of Parliament in Wellington this week.

Bowlers buoyed by support over council sell-off plan

Bowlers buoyed by support over council sell-off plan

Public support for the Caledonian Bowling Club is ''incredibly'' heartening, the club's board chairwoman Jan Tucker says.

Identifying with the homeless

Identifying with the homeless

Dunedin Night Shelter trustees will sleep on the street this weekend to raise awareness of the ''elephant in the room''.

Volunteer cricket mum nine not out

Volunteer cricket mum nine not out

Nine not out doesn't sound like much, but it's a performance which made Donna Burns the toast of Dunedin cricket last week.

Happy returns for gun dogs duo

Happy returns for gun dogs duo

Allan and Aven Hamilton's lives have gone to the dogs - in a good sense.