No records will be broken at the Athletics Otago Lovelock Relays next weekend.
Dunedin runner Mel Aitken hopes to continue her rapid rise in marathon running when she lines up in the New Zealand Marathon Championships in Rotorua tomorrow.
Wanaka triathlete Braden Currie has sprung back from the disappointment of missing Olympics selection by winning the Xterra Asia-Pacific Championship in New South Wales.
The national league is a learning curve for everyone, but the tournament's southern side is so far making a good fist of it.
The Otago University Rowing Club has claimed the New Zealand University Rowing Championships for the 17th consecutive year.
A huge defensive effort has powered the Southern Steel to its second emphatic win in as many weeks and ensured its unbeaten run in this year's ANZ Championship continues.
The owners of a Dunedin restaurant had to deal with a cleanup they were not expecting, and faced a bill of nearly $1000, yesterday.
One person is trapped following a crash between a four-wheel-drive and a car in Southland tonight.
Speed was a factor in a straddle carrier crash which seriously injured a Port Otago worker in July, a Worksafe NZ report says.
A panicked Swiss tourist jumped from her camper van and rolled around on grass to put out flames on her hands after a split-second gas explosion in Lake Hayes last week.
Wanaka triathlete Nicky Samuels will continue her push for Olympic selection at the latest world series event in Cape Town this weekend.
There is more than one Otago rower named Bond hoping to be on the winner's podium at this year's Rio Olympics.
Southern Steel coach Noeline Taurua is not buying into talk a largely written-off Central Pulse is over-achieving this season.
For Sandy Gorman, encouraging children to have fun is more important than pushing them to win.
The Dunedin Thunder has announced its final two overseas imports for the 2016 New Zealand Ice Hockey League starting in June.
The Otago University Rowing Club will be looking to win the intermediate women's eight title for an unprecedented 10th consecutive year when the New Zealand University Rowing Championships start tomorrow.
College A got its Dunedin premier A grade campaign off to a strong start with a convincing 59-43 win over St Hilda's Senior A at the Edgar Centre last night.
The Dunedin Thunder has named a 29-strong squad for this season's New Zealand Ice Hockey League as it looks to create depth and build a squad for the future.
Otago Rowing Club member Bryce Abernethy has been selected in a 33-strong New Zealand squad to compete in the 2016 World Rowing Under-23 Championships in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Time flies when you are having fun.