Preperations are heating up as the New Zealand Winter Games draw closer.
A penalty has not stopped Alexandra’s Finn Butcher.
Two Dunedin women are blocking and jamming their way to the top of their sport.
The reason Dunedin's sports grounds are a muddy mess is very simple. The city is having its wettest year since 2010.
Joel Evans came up trumps when his Black Sox needed it most, smashing a grand slam homerun to propel New Zealand to their seventh world softball title in Canada.
The Dallas Cowboys are the world's most valuable sports team, according to the annual list published by Forbes.
The Black Sox softballers have smashed Japan by 8 -1 in the clash between two of the top ranked teams at the world championships in Canada.
Dozens of winners were crowned at the Otago Open at Dunedin's Edgar Centre over the weekend.
The Otago Open has attracted another strong field this year but it could be Canterbury players who dominate the competition.
The Otago Community Trust approved more than $1.2million in donations during its June donation round.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
The Otago team made a big impact at the South Island senior Olympic weightlifting championships in Invercargill over the weekend.
Crossfit queen Jamie Greene has qualified for what is essentially the world championships of the sport.
There should be no worry about the turf for the Bledisloe Cup match in Dunedin next month.
It was the time for co-educational pupils to have their day in the sporting sun.
Being the dominant team throughout a season does not always end well.
Almost a year after having surgery on her ankle, Rebecca Fisher will represent New Zealand at a world aerobics competition.
Ronel Cook is a double world champion and she barely had any skin left on her backside to show for it.
It gets an average of 650,000 visits per year and acts as the recreational hub for Dunedin’s student population. Jeff Cheshire went along to explore inside Unipol.
How did you spend the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere? Miles Daisher spent the extra hours of daylight on the summer solstice throwing himself off a bridge – 63 times, to be exact.