Sarah O'Grady was not expecting to be chased by a 2m-long shark swimming off Mount Maunganui's Pilot Bay on Saturday morning.
Two Otago Weightlifting members will don the silver fern in Vanuatu.
The somewhat strange world of competitive disc golf came to Dunedin yesterday — Whare Flat to be precise.
Southland claimed the Bates Shield over Otago at Ellis Park yesterday, climbing out to an early lead that could not be pegged back.
The Otago women's team is set to play its first home game in nearly a decade.
The Otago men's team has had to overcome plenty already this season - but that has just made it tighter.
A broken arm was not enough to stop Conor Middleton from winning three fights and bringing home a bronze medal from an international jujitsu competition in Melbourne.
Wanaka triathlete Tony Dodds is not giving up his Commonwealth Games hopes despite not featuring in yesterday’s New Zealand team.
It is amazing how far you can get on apple crumble and hangi.
Wanaka brothers Jossi and Byron Wells have been selected for next year’s Winter Olympics.
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Otago softball has had to fill a ''big hole'' at short notice ahead of Sunday's Bates Shield game.
The Dodgers on Saturday delivered a result their late ex-coach would have been proud of.
Thirty-seven years ago Dale Kwok last represented New Zealand at snooker — now he is preparing to do so again.
The bridge gang is back for another assault at the Masters Games even if they have not declared their hand yet.
Life is a beach, until you drown.
Caitlin Dore has had a big challenge thrown at her but it is one she is not shying away from.
Having dabbled in touch and cricket last weekend, Richie McCaw is now preparing for a more gruelling challenge.
Six Dunedin ice skaters are set to test themselves against Australia’s best.
A Dunedin man's death in a motor vehicle accident has left the softball community, not only in the city but across the country, in shock.