Crawling through mud-filled ditches, dodging barbed wire and navigating deep ponds has retained its appeal and the fifth Mud, Sweat and Tears event in Mosgiel yesterday was declared the most popular yet.
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A dashcam has captured the moment a dodgy driver races along the newly installed cycle path in Castle St on a busy Friday afternoon before swerving back into traffic and passing another car.
Alexandra's annual spring festival looked more like summer at the weekend, as crowds flocked to make the most of temperatures that reached almost 20degC.
Pupils from the Logan Park High School philharmonic orchestra perform a free lunchtime concert at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, led by music head of department John Dodd yesterday.
A man has been caught on CCTV footage swiping a charity collection jar from under the nose of a Waikouaiti fish and chip shop owner.
Get your daily dose of local news with the full The South Today bulletin for Friday, September 21.
Balclutha's Mt Cooee landfill is receiving a new natural liner which aims to prevent toxic leaching.
This year marks a century since the flu pandemic killed an estimated fifty to a hundred million people globally.
Get your daily dose of local news with the full The South Today bulletin for Thursday, September 20.
He's battled countless blazes, attended plane crashes and car smashes, but after 25 years Lee-Roy Mullings still loves working alongside his firefighting mates.
Peel Forest Preschool in South Canterbury held a day celebrating children's pets.
Mud turns into art in the hands of Central Otago ceramicist Robert Franklin.
Sweden's ambassador to New Zealand Par Ahlberger chats to Dunedin Botanic Garden information services officer Clare Fraser (centre) and native plant collection curator Kate Caldwell.
Oamaru police got into the spirit of things, donning uniforms through the ages, to celebrate 125 years of women's suffrage.
Get your daily dose of local news with the full The South Today bulletin for Wednesday, September 19.
Just 11 customers remained without power in Glenorchy on Wednesday following Monday's big snow dump in the Queenstown Lakes region.
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Ashburton in a memorial walk led by six pipers to celebrate the landmark event in New Zealand's history.
A small but enthusiastic group have protested for better pay and conditions at Dunedin's courthouse.
A stunning bluebird day welcomed skiers keen to get a taste of real powder yesterday, after Monday's storm brought at least half a metre of snow to the Queenstown Lakes district's skifields.
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