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Two veteran shearers have demonstrated various techniques to pupils at Tinwald School today.

The Black Caps have arrived in Dunedin for Wednesday's one-day international against Bangladesh at the University Oval.

Baby Draco Kinley is soon to go home for the first time. A very big step for a child who's lived in the children's ward at Dunedin Hospital his whole life.

Around 200 people gathered at Campbells Bay in Kakanui yesterday for a memorial for two brothers who died there last week.



  • On Tuesday University of Otago student Hannah Morgan became the eighth person to swim across Foveaux Strait.

  • Fighting off sea-sickness, University of Otago student Hannah Morgan slogged it out yesterday, swimming across Foveaux Strait to raise awareness about mental health.

  • When Russell Crowe decided to auction off a variety of his personal belongings to help fund his divorce, few would guess it would lead to Invercargill hosting some of the most iconic items in the history of New Zealand cricket.

  • An Invercargill artist has finally completed a giant mural on the side of a hotel in the town's CBD.

    The unveiling was the first time he's seen the work in its entirety after labouring on it under the confines of covered scaffolding.

  • A group of Southland shearers are hoping to better a 2011 record of shearing over 2200 lambs.

  • Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is in Southland today for the first time since taking office.

    She has officially reopened a fourth potline at New Zealand’s Aluminium Smelter at Tiwai Point this morning.