Learning the moves and secret language used by Chinese lion dancers around the world was all part of the ‘‘how to become a lion dancer’’ workshop held last week in Lawrence.
Proudly showing their commitment to serving their country and becoming better citizens in the spirit their forefathers did as Anzacs, cadets from five New Zealand Cadet Force units in Otago...
A nearly $10million expansion of one of Otago’s popular cycle trails has begun.
Orders and gunfire reverberated through the dense pine forests south of Milton recently as New Zealand Army Reserve Force soldiers from Otago and Southland practised their battle drills.
Timaru was the capital city of Holden during Easter when hundreds of cars were gathered there, along with thousands of enthusiasts, for the 16th annual Holden Nationals New Zealand.
Water restrictions have hit once again in West Otago, as the Clutha District Council continues its efforts to improve the longer-term situation.
All in a day’s work — ride to the event, win it and then ride home again.
For the first time in more than a decade Bravo (Dunedin) Company 2nd/4th Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment has welcomed 20 recruits into the unit.
In a tight finish, Jack Hawkeswood, of Auckland, driving a Mazda AP4 rally car, secured the 2021 Gold Star New Zealand Hill Climb championship title with a fine second-place finish at Sunday’s...
New Zealand rally ace Hayden Paddon ably displayed the future of rallying to those who attended day one of the two-day New Zealand Hill Climb championship at Burma Rd, near Milton, on Saturday.
Three senior non-commissioned officers received promotions last week.
Fine weather greeted spectators at the 56th annual Lawrence Rodeo on Saturday.
Wanted: A sweet-toothed bandit.
Despite the threatening weather, Santa rolled into Balclutha on Saturday at the Clutha Country Christmas Parade and market day to spread some Christmas cheer throughout the district.
Stirling craftswoman Kathy Baff works on a tractor-themed child’s quilt for her first South Otago A&P Show exhibition this weekend.
Tailing or skippering boats.
Rain and strong winds did not put off spectators at the 107th annual West Otago A&P Society show at Tapanui.
The air around the Kaitangata Crescent Rugby club grounds throbbed to the sound of V8s on Saturday morning, as by the hundreds they came from far and wide.
It was six on the trot for Andrew Graves when he won the annual Lawrence Rally on Saturday.
She may be only 10, but she has just become a wheely big deal in her little South Otago town.