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Shooting: Black powder offers challenge (+ video)

Shooting: Black powder offers challenge (+ video)

Nothing beats the smell of a good shot.

Dunedin violinists win youth orchestra spots (+ video)

Dunedin violinists win youth orchestra spots (+ video)

Two Dunedin violinists are among the country's top classical musicians to be selected for the 2016 NZSO National Youth Orchestra.

Dunedin police trace bomb threat (+ video)

Dunedin police trace bomb threat (+ video)

A bomb threat against Logan Park High School has been traced to a Dunedin property after armed police descended on the school earlier today.

Horror house discovery (+ video)

Horror house discovery (+ video)

"Disgusting" treatment of animals by a family living in a horror house of filth in a rural Dunedin location has been discovered by the property's new owners.

Secret sea lion pup 'out of the bag' (+ video)

Secret sea lion  pup 'out of the bag' (+ video)

A newborn sea lion pup has become the centre of attention at Surat Bay after a video of it taking its first trip to the beach was posted online.

Rugby: Overseas trip brings extra edge (+ video)

Rugby: Overseas trip brings extra edge (+ video)

The Highlanders would usually be preparing for a short bus trip to Oamaru or Timaru this time of year, but things are set to get more "exciting'' this time round.

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing action.

City will rise to challenge: MPs (+ video)

City will rise to challenge: MPs  (+ video)

Dunedin politicians from both sides of the House have come together to present a united front when it comes to welcoming refugees to the city.

Video: Early days of a royal albatross chick

Video: Early days of a royal albatross chick

A 5-day-old royal albatross chick began a life of internet stardom yesterday with the launch of a webcam at Taiaroa Head. 

Musicians take top prizes at Tamworth (+ video)

Musicians take top prizes at Tamworth (+ video)

Dunedin singers have returned to Dunedin with top prizes from one of the world's biggest music festivals.

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