Otago Goldrush has blown a 13-point fourth-quarter lead to go down to competition leaders Canterbury Wildcats 59-57 in Dunedin.
The Southern Steel may be undefeated after three rounds in the ANZ Championship but captain Wendy Frew is still demanding a complete performance from her side.
Players from various local clubs get ready to take part in the world's biggest hockey match at the McMillan Hockey Centre in Dunedin yesterday.
There seems to be almost no limit to how far Dunedin endurance runner Glenn Sutton is willing to push himself.
Otago Hockey is poised to get its name on the world stage tonight.
The $750,000 upgrade of the University Oval embankments is tracking well and is due to be completed by the end of next month, weather permitting.
Otago Boys' High School pupil Liam Turner has continued his strong run of form to win the 800m title at the Oceania Regional Championships in Tahiti.
The Kavanagh College futsal team had to persuade the school's sports department to let it attend the national secondary schools championships held last week.
Communication between parties negotiating a bid for Dunedin City Council funding for Mosgiel's proposed multimillion-dollar aquatic centre is steadily improving, one of the drivers of the project says.
A Taieri College pupil has broken a South Island discus record, beating the old mark by more than a metre.
Taieri College pupil Rory Findlay will get to test himself against the best later this month as he pushes for a place in the New Zealand under-17 football squad.
The Olympic dream is over for Braden Currie, but the qualifying door remains ajar for another Otago athlete.
Firefighters tackle a fire in London St, Dunedin, early yesterday. The Fire Service is treating the blaze as suspicious.
A leading Dunedin policeman is urging parents and the wider community to take on more responsibility to help reduce crime across the city.
Several concerns have been voiced about potential traffic congestion if a proposed coastal walkway from Cargill's Castle to Tunnel Beach goes ahead.
Electric vehicles have charged up for at least 2300km of driving distance in Dunedin in the past six weeks, Delta figures show.
Two men who drove off in a car they took from St Kilda early yesterday were chased by a resident, without success.
A fire at a central Dunedin property early this morning is being treated as suspicious, the Fire Service says.