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Finland beckons for Duncan

After trialling and missing out for two years, Mhairi-Bronte Duncan was recently selected in the New Zealand under-21 curling team. To avoid too much disappointment...

Young pair enjoy medal success

With almost two decades of experience between them, two Dunedin judo athletes had a successful weekend at an international competition. Dylan Murcott and Alaina Baker...

Eyes on Kettle Park for the season finale

The 2017 Dunedin junior club rugby season comes to an end on Saturday with games for all grades. However, the excitement will be at its...

Pupil ready to fight for black belt

She may have only started competing in karate a few years ago, but Ella Mercer-Black has already got her eye on a black belt. Ella...

Slow version opens door for less fit and able

Metro Indoor Sports' new sport is one for the whole family. The facility recently introduced walking netball; a slower style of traditional netball. The rules are...

Hall backing Parafed snowsports

Paralympian Adam Hall is hoping his endorsement of the ParaFed Otago adaptive snowsports programme will encourage more people with a physical disability to try...

Group born of wellness vows

A Dunedin woman's aim to improve her health and fitness has inspired others to do the same. When Lisa Silva decided to ditch sugar and...

Three new events on the schedule

Plans are in place and the wheels are in motion for next year's New Zealand Masters Games, which will be held in Dunedin. The sport...

Pair off to Singapore for national U18 side

Two Dunedin footballers have been selected to wear the silver fern later on in the year. Jade Middleditch (17) and Mikayla Gray (16) were named...

Young sailors keen to do well in contest

Ravensbourne sailors will pit themselves against the country's best at a winter championship next week. Last week, eight of the sixteen Ravensbourne sailors competing in...
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