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Video: Queenstown stars in extreme tourism campaign

Video: Queenstown stars in extreme tourism campaign

Tourism New Zealand and travel agency STA are teaming up to promote the possibility of five extreme activities in a day in the South Island.

US TV comedian mocks NZ election

US TV comedian mocks NZ election

 

News satirist John Oliver has weighed into the New Zealand election on his high-rating US news show.

Bride opts for something in blue

Bride opts for something in blue

The bride wore all white but her vote was all blue.

Video: World's largest rugby scrum

Video: World's largest rugby scrum

More than 1000 rugby fans have taken part in the world's largest scrum last to mark the start of ticket sales for Rugby World Cup 2015 - including some top international players.

Video: 'Unique' porpoise washes up on peninsula

Video: 'Unique' porpoise washes up on peninsula

Dunedin marine mammal researchers have a new sense of purpose after a rarely seen porpoise washed ashore on Otago Peninsula.

Video: Otago rugby stars help stuntman make splash

Video: Otago rugby stars help stuntman make splash

 

A stunt featuring former All Blacks Jeff Wilson and Josh Kronfeld backfired in Auckland this week, sending a BMX rider face-first into the water.

Video: Lights out for candid camera

Video: Lights out for candid camera

Is it bad timing or the world's most stupid vandal?

Video: Whole new meaning to walking down the aisle

Video: Whole new meaning to walking down the aisle

A Dunedin bride received the shock of a lifetime when her husband-to-be surprised her with the ultimate ''flash mob'' wedding at an inner-city supermarket on Saturday.

Claims 'nothing but rhetoric' - PM

Claims 'nothing but rhetoric' - PM

The Moment of Truth meeting in Auckland last night ''utterly failed'' to deliver anything other than rhetoric, Prime Minister John Key told media on a visit to Dunedin today.

Video: Airport hosts biggest visitor

Video: Airport hosts biggest visitor

The largest aircraft to land at Dunedin International Airport - an Air New Zealand 767-300 chartered by the Exclusive Brethren - touched down on Saturday morning. 

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