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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...

National award for local

A Dunedin croquet player has achieved a national award. Lynley Browne was given Croquet New Zealand's contribution to croquet award at Leith Croquet Club on...

Fishing rod beckons retiring coach adviser

Fish will have more to worry about this week, as Mike Weddell is set to retire. The Sport Otago community coach adviser will retire on...

Softballers make tournament team

Representatives . . . Otago softballers (from left) Arana Kelly, Charli Elliott, Josh Forrester and Phoenix Wardell were named in tournament teams at the...

National secondary schools athletics championships

Dunedin athletes left their mark on the national secondary schools athletics championships at the weekend, collecting 20 medals. The event, held at the Caledonian Ground,...

Para-athlete right on track

The New Zealand Secondary School Athletics Association Track and Field Championships will be held in Dunedin this month. In the lead-up, The Star is...

Junior Thunder takes tournament

Down 0-2 heading into the final 15 minutes, the odds looked to be against the Dunedin Junior Thunder ice hockey team. Yet the team netted...

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