Is it the reel life of fantasy? Bohemian Rhapsody, the biopic about British Rock Band Queen, has been breaking box office records around the world for a film in it's genre.
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The South Today bulletin: Thursday, April 18
Former Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei has spent her time since leaving parliament following creative pursuits.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's famous musical "Cats" is about to hit the stage in Dunedin, as part of a nationwide tour.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, April 17
Members of the Black Ferns rugby team were at Saint Kevin's College, in Oamaru, this week, to take a training session for female pupils in the Waitaki Region - and they brought along a special trophy to help inspire the next generation.
Finishing a 160km long bike ride is respectable enough.
As work begins to create a master plan for Oamaru Harbour, there was one key message from a recent seminar - "don't change the tone of the harbour area."
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, April 16
Southland has welcomed a new downhill cycle-track.
The Waitaki-Community Hospital Action-Group has continued its calls, for the Chief Executive, and the Board Chairman, of Waitaki-District Health-Services, to stand down.
Members of the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra are having their rock and roll chops tested ahead of a cross-over gig this Saturday.
An Otago second-hand dealer is defending his range of Nazi memorabilia and says he's sold several swastika badges since the Christchurch attacks.
The most open and competitive New Zealand Rally Championship in recent history is set to begin in Otago this weekend, with any one of about 10 drivers staking a claim to become national champion.
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There was tragedy, romance and drama aplenty at the 2019 Shakespeare Festival held on Wednesday in Dunedin.
Three Queenstown ice hockey players have proven crucial in helping the New Zealand women's team claim silver at the International Ice Hockey Federation Tournament in Romania.
Dunedin's Kaan's Catering Supplies is set to embark on a multimillion-dollar expansion programme.
Researchers have donated several hundred parasitic worm specimens to the Otago Museum, many of them from the Dunedin Wildlife Hospital.