One of the Otago pioneers of women's distance running, Mary Ann Bishop (nee O'Connell), was at her inspirational best when she won nine medals in the Masters Games track and field competition at the Caledonian Ground on Saturday.
New Zealand won all three of their matches to finish top of their pool on day one at the Wellington Sevens today.
The sport of ironman is all too familiar to Dunedin's Tamsyn Hayes, but now takes on an added dimension while she balances a desire to compete with that of motherhood.
A man remains in hospital in a serious condition after he was found unconscious with a head injury outside a Queenstown cafe bar.
An Australian who collapsed and died in Queenstown last week was a specialist in medical equipment, including defibrillators.
A man remains in hospital in a serious condition after he was found unconscious with a head injury outside a Queenstown cafe and bar.
A French motorist appears to have driven on from a crash in Queenstown despite her car's airbags being deployed.
It was pleasing to read (ODT, 12.1.16) that ‘‘four more at-risk heritage buildings are to be restored''.
Otago Daily Times Online sports writer Jeff Cheshire looks at the way technology is being used in sports officiating.
It will be a 50th birthday bash with a difference when Dunedin's Dave Menzies lines up to contest the individual two-day section of the Coast to Coast next month.
The Dunedin Public Art Gallery has a number of sheets from the series known as the Thirty-six Views of Mt Fuji by the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) on display on the first floor in the passage.
As conference play gets underway in US college basketball, Otago Daily Times Online sports writer Jeff Cheshire looks at some of the contenders.
In November, the Otago Daily Times published a photo and a report saying Sammy's, the nightclub at 65 Crawford St, formerly His Majesty's Theatre, was for sale.
Staff were evacuated from the SBS Bank building yesterday morning after a fire broke out in the bank's kitchen about 9.30am.
Fiona Morrison (Canterbury) made a triumphant return with victory in the 100m hurdles and 60m sprint at the South Island track and field championships at the Caledonian Ground on Saturday.
Two paragliders carrying customers collided in mid-air above Queenstown yesterday before crashing into trees.