Police announced this morning they have arrested two people in connection with the discovery of a man's body north of Waitati.
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Owners and friends of Star have set up flowers and a sign in memory of the miniature horse.
It was chilly in Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium last night, but that did not stop students celebrating the start of the academic year at the annual toga party.
Organisers of a petition calling for the retention of the millennium tile path along the lakefront at Wanaka are feeling a little more confident the path will be saved.
It's business as usual at Telford College this week as this year's contingent of students are welcomed onto the campus.
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Detectives have visited the Waitati paddock where miniature horse Star was stabbed 41 times by an assailant who remains at large.
Police have confirmed they are investigating a homicide after a body was found in a rural area north of Dunedin.
Omakau's Domain was a popular destination when the Central Otago A&P Show returned on Saturday.
A Dunedin woman has been interviewed by BBC World News about New Zealand's threatened and unpopular red-billed seagulls.
An Albert Town resident is bringing the joy of dance to the Lakes District.
Rugby players around the south are starting to dust off the cobwebs in preparation for the upcoming season.
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Today might be the last time we see Ross Taylor out in the middle at the University of Otago Oval.
Police say they are following positive lines of inquiry in the case of a miniature horse from Waitati who died following a vicious and prolonged stabbing attack.
With a series win over Bangladesh in the bag, changes are expected for the Black Caps in Dunedin as they play their final ODI before the World Cup.
A group of highly respected astronomers have converged on the Mid Canterbury town of Staveley.
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Baby Draco Kinley is soon to go home for the first time. A very big step for a child who's lived in the children's ward at Dunedin Hospital his whole life.
Two veteran shearers have demonstrated various techniques to pupils at Tinwald School today.