Their bodies shook and their faces turned blue as New Zealand's best free-divers kept holding their breath in Queenstown over the weekend.
There was a showcase of rugby league at Ashburton's Robilliard Park on Saturday when players, both young and not-so-young, came together for a series of games.
Break the law or wait while traffic flows right past you — that's the choice many cyclists feel they're facing when using the new one-way cycle lanes.
Girls just want to have fun. But there is nothing like a little sibling rivalry to make life interesting.
High School performances at Otago Polyfest always bring in huge crowds and last night's show was no exception.
Break the law or wait while traffic flows right past you — that is the choice many cyclists face when using the new one-way cycle lanes.
Their bodies shook and their faces turned blue as New Zealand’s best freedivers kept holding their breath in Queenstown yesterday.
Oxford Area School students have been given the opportunity to learn about a mission to Mars with Nasa scientists.
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It was a chaos of children, costumes and song in Timaru recently, as preschoolers from across South Canterbury performed at a kapa haka festival.
If you've ever travelled across the Rangitata Bridge on State Highway One, you will have passed by a little-known World War 2-era fortification with a fascinating history.
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A wheelchair user fears for her safety if nothing is done to improve the kerbs at a busy South Dunedin intersection.
Witnesses looked on in horror as a policeman appeared to be slumped at the wheel of his patrol car which collided with three cars, a lamppost and a school bus while going up York Pl in Dunedin.
Although better known for poultry and forestry, the small town of Herbert, in North Otago, is the unlikely home of the largest display of pipe organs in New Zealand.
University of Otago cafes are teaching people to order their favourite snacks and caffeinated beverages in te reo - from a mowai (flat white) to a ratei tiai (chai latte).