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Surf to Stadium culmination of efforts

A seven-week fitness challenge will culminate in the Impact Surf to Stadium this weekend and, hopefully, a brick in Mosgiel's proposed aquatic centre. About 12...

Clubs presented with defibrillators

Three more Dunedin football clubs have been given potentially life-saving equipment. Roslyn Wakari, Grants Braes and Otago University representatives were presented automated external defibrillators by...

Confident in second year

After making her debut in the national umpire squad last season, Gracey Farquharson is hoping her experience will come in handy as she returns...

Giving wellbeing head start

Entering a team in the Impact Surf to Stadium is one of the ways Otago Polytechnic is encouraging staff to look after their wellbeing. Otago...

Yacht club set to celebrate 90 years

A yacht club is planning to set sail on an anniversary regatta. Vauxhall Yacht Club will hold the regatta to celebrate its 90th anniversary on...

Leith Bridge added to this year’s 10km and 4km courses

Participants in next month's Impact Surf to Stadium will use the latest connection in the cycle/walkway which links Dunedin to Port Chalmers. The Leith Bridge,...

Over-70s take to the green

About 130 bowlers lined up at Taieri Bowling Club on Monday for the over-70s tournament. The tournament has been held annually for the past 32...

Empowering women aim of fitness guru

Mel Kirk is loving every minute of running her own fitness studio, two years after taking on the challenge. Kirk is the sole person behind...

Bowl on up for good time at club

The "best-kept secret in Maori Hill" is looking for new members. Balmacewen Bowling Club Inc, which is tucked down a driveway off Balmacewen Rd, is...

Hard work pays off

Two years of hard work has paid off for Dunedin BMX Club as it prepares to host the South Island championships this weekend for...

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