Sports

Young athletes impress

Dunedin athletes picked up a haul of accolades at the South Island Colgate Games. Athletes from Taieri, Hill City and Ariki athletics clubs competed in...

Get your motor running

Young riders Jacob Shaw (left), of Dunedin, and Brayden King, of Cromwell, gear up to compete in the boys 12 age group during the...

Dunedin contingent at games

Dunedin's junior athletes are aiming for personal bests at this weekend's South Island Colgate Games. Between 70 and 80 children from Ariki, Hill City and...

Ice Skating Club presents ‘Jungle Book’

Skaters in Dunedin Ice Skating Club's adaptation of The Jungle Book (front from left) Misaki Joe (13), as Mowgli, Tanya Fulton, as Bagheera, (back...

Injury leads to new passion

After recovering from an injury which left her in a knee brace for two months, 13-year-old Abi Gibson has successfully swapped her swimming togs...

Squash club of the year

Pirates Squash Club members (from left) Amy Coleman, new member liaison Stacey Hitchcox, secretary Matt Morton, president Gareth van Coller, vice-president Phil Watts and...

Police programme about ‘breaking down barriers’

A fitness programme aimed at building relationships with police has had a positive effect on children's behaviour. The Rangatahi Fitness Leadership Programme had its final session...

Enjoying life on and rugby paddock

Hard yakka on the rugby paddock translates well to the hard yakka on the farm paddock. Reporter Alice Scottcaught up with incoming Mitre 10...

St Clair pair to attend course for lifeguards

Two Dunedin lifeguards have been selected for National Lifeguard School, the highest surf life-saving course in New Zealand. Mikayla Garforth and Jackson Aluesi, of St...

Masters Games entries rolling on

Athletes from near and far are taking advantage of the Otago Community Trust New Zealand Masters Games early bird prices. The reduced early bird entry...
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