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Back from tourney with silver medal

A Dunedin ice hockey player has returned from an international tournament with a silver medal. Hannah Cross (17) was part of the Ice Fernz team...

That’s a whole lot of holes in one

A hole in one might usually be uncommon, but for the Otago Golf Club it is becoming something of a trend. The club had eight...

Pavilion getting a face-lift

A cricket pavilion in Mosgiel is getting a face-lift, including repairs to a "dangerous" net facility. Taieri Cricket Club president Andrew Sutton said the upgrade...

Marathon challenge almost complete

A University of Otago student's quest to run every day for a year has come to an end. On June 6 last year, Aidan Barbour-Ryan...

Athletic club grateful for track maintenance

Caversham Harrier and Athletic Club has shown its appreciation of a club which builds and maintains tracks around Dunedin. The athletics club gave $500 to...

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...

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