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Hunter determined to return and shoot deer (+ video)

Hunter determined to return and shoot deer (+ video)

A Dunedin hunter who dreamt of eating hot food while lost in the Blue Mountains finally got his wish after he was found by rescuers after two nights in freezing conditions.

Great ball of fire rare sight (+ video)

Great ball of fire rare sight (+ video)

A fireball that lit up southern skies last night was not a meteor, but something much rarer, a leading astronomer says.

Light over Dunedin 'rarer' than a meteor (+ video)

Light over Dunedin 'rarer' than a meteor (+ video)

A large fireball which flashed across the South Island this evening was not a meteor, but debris from an orbiting spacecraft, a leading astronomer says.

'I was surprised to see them' - rescued hunter (+ video)

'I was surprised to see them' - rescued hunter (+ video)

A Dunedin hunter who got lost and spent two nights in freezing conditions in the Blue Mountains has vowed to return to the area for some unfinished business.

Climate change a 'grim reality’ at Coronet Peak (+ video)

Climate change a 'grim reality’ at Coronet Peak (+ video) The impact of climate change is a reality for Coronet Peak Ski Area manager Ross Copland.

 

A hobby that really rocks (+ video)

A hobby that really rocks (+ video)

Rock fossicking is more than just stamp collecting for outdoors types. Members of the 50-year-old Otago Rock and Mineral Club induct Bruce Munro into a world of ancient connections and petrified beauty.

Muso’s dry time to help others (+ video)

Muso’s dry time to help others (+ video)

Drinking songs are a dime a dozen but a Dunedin musician has written a ditty about abstaining from alcohol for a good cause.

Winning ways with snow guns (+ video)

Winning ways with snow guns (+ video)

Coronet Peak would not have opened this year without the power of its 217 snow-making guns which generated a 40cm snow base just in time for the start of the school holidays.

Mission to Mars Nasa’s new frontier (+ video)

Mission to Mars Nasa’s new frontier (+ video)

Nasa deputy administrator Dava Newman, previously a professor of astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,was in Dunedin this week and spoke to reporter John Gibb about Nasa's plans for a manned landing on Mars by 2039.

'Dozens' killed in Bastille Day attack (+ video)

'Dozens' killed in Bastille Day attack (+ video) At least 84 people have been killed in the French Riviera city of Nice and scores were injured when a truck reportedly carrying guns and grenades ploughed into a crowd watching fireworks on Bastille Day.
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