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Certain glamour there for all to see

Certain glamour there for all to see

Any hallway, in any home in Dunedin, should have a set of matching plinths arrayed in a line, atop which are placed the most gorgeous models.

Id Fashion opening

Id Fashion opening

The Golden Centre Mall was abuzz with excitement and anticipation tonight, as it hosted the official opening of iD Dunedin Fashion Week 2015.

Pointedly polite clashin' for fashion

Pointedly polite clashin' for fashion

They appeared well mannered and quietly reserved, the women who lined up and walked (after they were warned by organisers to walk very slowly) into the iD Designer Sale on Saturday.

Video: Rugby Chat with the Highlanders' Dan Pryor

Video: Rugby Chat with the Highlanders' Dan Pryor

Otago Daily Times rugby columnist Paul Dwyer chats with the Highlander's Dan Pryor.

Kayaker smashes world record

Kayaker smashes world record

Tauranga kayaker Tim Taylor has smashed the world record for a 24-hour solo kayak journey this morning, surpassing the previous record of 194.1km at 4.30am and paddling on until 7am.

Chewie's back in new Star Wars trailer

Chewie's back in new Star Wars trailer

"Chewie, we're home."

 

Rugby Chat: Who will dominate the Colts competition?

Rugby Chat: Who will dominate the Colts competition?

Otago Daily Times rugby columnist Paul Dwyer turns his attention to Colts rugby this week, and speaks with coaches Ricky Stewart of Taieri and Jimmy Columb of Alhambra-Union.

Al-Jazeera presenter joins save Campbell Live fight

Al-Jazeera presenter joins save Campbell Live fight

An Al Jazeera news anchor and former TV3 journalist has joined a public campaign to save the Campbell Live show.

Video: Downton Abbey meets Star Wars in new online show

Video: Downton Abbey meets Star Wars in new online show

The first part of Downton Wars, The Phantom Valet, has been released by Downton Abbey star, Rob James-Collier. 

Video: The Ultimate Waterman

Video: The Ultimate Waterman

The Ultimate Waterman event, a contest which has eight surfers from around the world contesting six events around New Zealand in a week.

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