Women motorcycle enthusiasts the world over have are taking part in a global baton relay to raise awareness of women riders.
''Stand away, everybody. I don't know what's going to happen.'' Sound advice from Hunter Edgecombe, as prepared to throw a dart for the first time during a sports day at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Over the past few days, Donna Powell has been roaring around the highways of New Zealand in her underwear - Wonder Woman underwear, to be exact.
The Government's deal to create Kiwibuild homes in Wanaka's was not in the best interest of first home buyers.
The Countdown supermarket in central Oamaru has added a new weapon to its arsenal against seagulls nesting on the roof.
The Sunday morning silence was shattered at 10am by the wailing of a fire alarm at Silver Fern Farms Finegand plant outside of Balclutha.
Frequent visitors to the Monkey Island camping area are worried there won't be enough room to pitch a tent this summer.
Down the Back Paddock is a rural safety programme run by the Waimakariri District Council in local schools.
Speaking in Dunedin yesterday Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the Government's plans for New Zealand's water quality.
The youth of Upper Clutha had plenty to showcase when the district's second annual youth exhibition was held recently. The Wanaka youngsters showed off some young enterprise schemes, as well as creative skills including photography and video-making.
Members of South Canterbury's Tongan Society have been performing around the region this week to celebrate Tongan Language Week.
Described as a Samoan action-comedy film, "Take Home Pay" started screenings across much of the country on Thursday and begins in Dunedin on Sunday.