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Malaysian games: 'It’s a big event for us’ (+ video)

Malaysian games: 'It’s a big event for us’ (+ video)

Malaysian students have "united'' in Dunedin for a sports tournament.

Culinary treats created from food waste (+ video)

Culinary treats created from food waste (+ video)

Some of New Zealand's top food connoisseurs and chefs munched on the contents of the average compost bin in Dunedin yesterday.

Rider empowered by bike conversion (+ video)

Rider empowered by bike conversion (+ video)

Next time you are struggling up a hill in your car keep an eye out for Annika Korsten and her retrofitted electric bike.

Lost heel scuppers queen's gallop (+ video)

Lost heel scuppers queen's gallop (+ video)

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.

Stand taken against child abuse (+ video)

Stand taken against child abuse (+ video)

Hundreds 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.

Dunedin joins march for Moko (+ video)

Dunedin joins march for Moko (+ video)

Dunedinites have turned out to show their support for harsher sentences and putting a stop to child abuse in a march for Moko.

Brave souls tackle polar plunge (+ video)

Brave souls tackle polar plunge (+ video)

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.

'Incredible atmosphere' at Winter Festival (+ video)

'Incredible atmosphere' at Winter Festival (+ video)

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.

Petition to protect Taieri Rd postbox (+ video)

Petition to protect Taieri Rd postbox (+ video)

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.

A school day to remember (+ video)

A school day to remember (+ video)

Luke Wild had his first serious case for regret yesterday.

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