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Stand taken against child abuse (+ video)

Stand taken against child abuse (+ video)

Hundreds marched at events in the South yesterday seeking an end to the use of plea bargaining and an end to violence against children on the day the killers of 3-year-old Moko Sayviah Rangitoheriri were jailed for 17 years.

Dunedin joins march for Moko (+ video)

Dunedin joins march for Moko (+ video)

Dunedinites have turned out to show their support for harsher sentences and putting a stop to child abuse in a march for Moko.

Brave souls tackle polar plunge (+ video)

Brave souls tackle polar plunge (+ video)

Single-digit temperatures, drizzle and a chilly wind were not enough to keep about 100 hardy souls from plunging into the Pacific Ocean during the 87th Polar Plunge.

'Incredible atmosphere' at Winter Festival (+ video)

'Incredible atmosphere' at Winter Festival (+ video)

Winter festival continued in Queenstown today with people flocking to the town centre to watch the Golden Mile race and local crowd-pleaser, the Festival Street Parade.

Petition to protect Taieri Rd postbox (+ video)

Petition to protect Taieri Rd postbox (+ video)

Halfway Bush residents Gaynor Earl (86) and Phyl Beagley (85) make unlikely activists but their petition to save a local postbox just might be a success.

A school day to remember (+ video)

A school day to remember (+ video)

Luke Wild had his first serious case for regret yesterday.

Rugby: ABs eager to get under roof (+ video)

Rugby: ABs eager to get under roof (+ video)

It has been away for more than two years - so it is long overdue - but test rugby is back under the roof and everything points to a spectacle at Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight.

Trolley bus No1 returns (+ video)

Trolley bus No1 returns (+ video)

Dunedin's first trolley bus has returned to the city, 50 years after it was taken out of service and sent to the North Island.

Fireworks, music open festival (+ video)

Fireworks, music open festival (+ video)

A fireworks display launching Queenstown's Winter Festival included explosions erupting from Lake Wakatipu by the dozen.

A taste of Nigeria (+ video)

A taste of Nigeria (+ video)

Food is more than just something to eat when you are hungry, says Nigerian chef Michael Ade Elegbede. The keynote speaker at the upcoming International Food Design Conference and Studio tells Rebecca Fox about his journey from Nigeria to one of the world's top restaurants and back. 

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