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Film icon. Group forms to save Basketball Otago from liquidation

Basketball Otago has revealed the true extent of its financial problems, at its annual general meeting. ›see story

Film icon. Basketball Otago set to reveal financial woes

Basketball Otago is expected to reveal the true extent of its financial problems at a meeting at the Edgar Centre. ›see story

Film icon. Top primary school athletes square off in Otago Athletics Championships

Otago's top primary school athletes have been squaring off in Dunedin. Hundreds of students from across the region met at the Caledonian Ground for the Otago Athletics Championships. And it seems some kids have even made it into the record books. ›see story

Film icon. Community fan day held to meet the New Zealand Kiwis

Excited sports fans got a chance to get their rugby league fix in Kaikorai Valley this morning. The New Zealand Kiwis held a community fan day to give young Dunedinites some face to face time. And it proved a good way to promote Saturday's history-making match. ›see story

Film icon. Children compete for a spot in the Otago athletics championships

Mosgiel's Memorial Park has become a battleground for the greater Green Island athletics competition. Hundreds of children took part, competing for a spot in the Otago athletics championships later this month. And organisers believe there's a huge amount of talent and passion for sport in Dunedin. ›see story

Film icon. New Zealand and England rugby league teams in town

The New Zealand and England rugby league teams are in Dunedin, ahead of Saturday's match at Forsyth Barr Stadium. ›see story

Film icon. Otago's disability sport sector gets a boost

A newly created role at ParaFed Otago is set to boost the region's disability sport sector. The organisation's first ever sports development officer has been in the job for two months. And he's already changing the landscape for many local athletes. ›see story

Film icon. Locals get messy for inaugural Dunedin Rainbow Run

Dunedin's had its turn at hosting a colour run event, the likes of which have been held all around the world. The inaugural Dunedin Rainbow Run took place around Logan Park on Saturday. And the 5km race gave locals a chance to get messy and raise money for a good cause. ›see story

Page icon 2015 Highlanders squad selected

The Highlanders squad has been selected to contest the 2015 Investec Super Rugby title. The 38 strong squad is made up of 32 full contract players, and six from the wider training group. 22 players are returning from this year's 2014 season. They include All Blacks Malakai Fekitoa, Aaron Smith and Ben Smith. ›read more

Film icon. Basketball players converged on Edgar Centre for Under 13 Championships

More than 600 basketball players have converged at the Edgar Centre, for the Under 13 Championships. Organisers are on the lookout for talented players to take on a developmental tour. And they're hoping that the next Steven Adams is just a couple of baskets away from being discovered. ›see story

Page icon Tony Ensor selected for the All Blacks Sevens side

Dunedin rugby player Tony Ensor has been selected for the All Blacks Sevens side to play in Australia this weekend. It's Ensor's first call-up to the side, which will play on the Gold Coast in the opening tournament of the HSBC World Sevens Series. Ensor earned the selection after putting in an impressive performance last weekend in the New Zealand development side, which lost to Fiji. ›read more

Film icon. Teenage mountain bikers hit the track

More than 150 teenage mountain bikers from across the country are in Dunedin to discover who's the best on the track. They're taking part in the New Zealand Secondary School Mountain Bike Championships. And there's been some major changes to this year's event. ›see story

Film icon. Amateur boxers go toe to toe for charity

Eighteen aspiring boxers have gone toe to toe in the ring to raise money for charity. They fought in this year's Southern Showdown event at the Edgar Centre. And at the end of the night, it was one man standing tall after winning the main match. ›see story

Film icon. North East Valley hosts new golf course with a twist

The sport of Disc Golf isn't that well known in Dunedin and a local club aims to change that. The game is similar to traditional golf, but instead of hitting a ball players throw a frisbee. A new nine-hole course is taking shape in North East Valley and 39 Dunedin News went down to see what it's all about. ›see story

Film icon. Forsyth Barr Stadium continues to attract sport legends

Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium continues to attract some of the biggest names in sport. Australian rugby league legend Andrew Johns toured the facility today, as part of his promotional tour for the Auckland Nines. And he was impressed with what he saw. ›see story

Film icon. Bronzed bodies took centre stage over the weekend

More than 70 bronzed bodies took centre stage for the National Amateur Bodybuilders Association South Island championships at the weekend. Muscle definition, proportion, symmetry and stage presence were all qualities the judges were looking for. But in the end it was the competitors having total confidence in themselves that shone through. ›see story

Film icon. Determination and discipline key

Determination and discipline is the key for athletes taking part in this weekend's South Island amateur bodybuilding championships. It's the fourth time the annual event has been held in Dunedin. And for local competitors it's their last chance to qualify for a spot in the nationals next month. ›see story

Film icon. Dunedin man wins online body building competition

A Dunedin man has won the world's first online body building competition for people with physical disabilities. ›see story