Malaysian students have "united'' in Dunedin for a sports
Some of New Zealand's top food connoisseurs and chefs munched
on the contents of the average compost bin in Dunedin
Next time you are struggling up a hill in your car keep an
eye out for Annika Korsten and her retrofitted electric bike.
Visitors to Queenstown were left slack-jawed yesterday as
eight of the most unlikely ladies strutted their stuff
through The Mall before the 25th annual Queenstown Winter
Festival Drag Race.
marched at events in the South yesterday seeking an end to
the use of plea bargaining and an end to violence against
children on the day the killers of 3-year-old Moko Sayviah
Rangitoheriri were jailed for 17 years.
Dunedinites have turned out to show their support for harsher
sentences and putting a stop to child abuse in a march for
Single-digit temperatures, drizzle and a chilly wind were not
enough to keep about 100 hardy souls from plunging into the
Pacific Ocean during the 87th Polar Plunge.
Winter festival continued in Queenstown today with people
flocking to the town centre to watch the Golden Mile race and
local crowd-pleaser, the Festival Street Parade.
Halfway Bush residents Gaynor Earl (86) and Phyl Beagley (85)
make unlikely activists but their petition to save a local
postbox just might be a success.
Luke Wild had his first serious case for regret yesterday.
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