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Car linked to missing boy recovered

Car linked to missing boy recovered

Police say it is too early to tell what the car linked to missing Invercargill boy Mike Zhao-Beckenridge can tell them.

Large earthquake near Wanaka

Large earthquake near Wanaka

People ran out of buildings in Wanaka and Queenstown in panic this afternoon as a severe 5.8 magnitude quake struck.

Rugby Chat: Dunedin too good for Pirates

Rugby Chat: Dunedin too good for Pirates

Paul Dwyer catches up with Dunedin skipper Mark Grieve-Dunn after his side's 47-16 win over Pirates at Hancock Park today.

Rugby Chat: ODT Express competition at the Stadium

Rugby Chat: ODT Express competition at the Stadium

Paul Dwyer talks to Southern's Nathan Cargo and Ryan Thompson after their victory in the ODT Express competition held at halftime during the Highlanders v Sharks match at Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Rugby Chat: ODT Express competition preview

Rugby Chat: ODT Express competition preview

Paul Dwyer is joined by Mike Kerr and Joe Wheeler as he previews the ODT Express competition, being held at half-time during the Highlanders-Sharks clash in Dunedin tomorrow night, and the three also look at the weekend's club rugby match-ups.

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

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

World champ survives 300kmh crash

World champ survives 300kmh crash

A world champion driver emerged bruised but otherwise unharmed after his 300kmh hydroplane flipped and crashed on Lake Dunstan yesterday.

Dunedin Anzac service draws 20,000

Dunedin Anzac service draws 20,000

As dawn broke on Anzac Day, blood-red clouds coloured the sky over Otago Harbour, illuminating the path Otago's sons travelled - many to their deaths - more than a century ago.

Fashion Week's future seems sure

Fashion Week's future seems sure

An iD Dunedin Fashion Week that mostly sold out - despite plenty of competition in the entertainment market - appears to be on track to continue.

Kiwi cheerleaders win back-to-back world titles

Kiwi cheerleaders win back-to-back world titles

A New Zealand cheerleading squad have won back to back world titles, securing gold in the United States over the weekend.

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