Sports

Dunedin schools dominate

Dunedin swimmers dominated the Otago secondary school swimming championships last Sunday. Held at Moana Pool, 107 pupils from 20 schools lined up to compete. Swimming Otago...

Captain’s Run

The Southern Steel is in the midst of defending its ANZ Premiership title. Team captains Gina Crampton (top) and Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit chat...

School road race

More than 100 secondary school runners took part in the Logan Park Road Race on Tuesday afternoon. The Star reporter Jessica Wilson captured some...

Lovelock Relays Saturday

A record set in 1971 remains unbeaten. The Lovelock Relays, named after former Olympian and Otago athlete Jack Lovelock, will return for its 82nd year...

City surfers among winners at S.I. Surfing Championship

Dunedin surfers were among the winners in the South Island Surfing Championship. The championship was hosted by the South Coast Boardriders Association at St Clair...

Roller derby to skate with Pride

There will be thrills, spills and plenty of colour at a roller derby bout this weekend. Dunedin Derby will host an exhibition bout with skaters...

Board paves way for outdoor experience

The Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board has offered to pay the entry fee to get one of its constituents "outside their comfort zone". Berwick Outdoor Experience convener...

Dream of representing New Zealand comes true

Hollie Kooman's lifelong dream of representing her country is becoming a reality. Kooman, a West Taieri Pony Club member, has been named in the New...

‘Everyone had a smile on their face’

Sunday's Surf to Stadium was a fun, family day out. Sport Otago business development and events manager Michael Smith said about 1400 people took part...

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...

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