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Something flew through Rutger Hale's front windscreen and smashed his head, killing him. No one knows what it was.
Invercargill Golf Club officials are confident the club's future is safe despite financial concerns.
A man caught drink-driving three times within four months had been on bail with conditions not to drink alcohol or drive.
Age Concern staff are changing the way they meet clients after a manager was threatened.
Farmers are receiving mixed signals about selling the HT swede variety, which has been linked to the illness and deaths of hundreds of cows.
Top class machinery with some of New Zealand's best drivers aboard is the big attraction at the opening of the 2014/2015 motor racing season at Invercargill's Teretonga Park this weekend.
An idea that originated in Gore is a finalist in two categories of the NZ Innovators Awards.
Alasdair Mackenzie, of Scotland, has been playing bagpipes since he was six and joined the world-leading Glasgow grade 1 pipe band ScottishPower in 2004.
Today's the 121st anniversary of New Zealand women being the first in the world to gain the right to vote.
A rare wet day in Cromwell threatened to ruin things, but these two were just thankful to be with their family and friends.
MOVIE REVIEW: Our reviewer isn't normally a fan of horror films, but Housebound might have changed that.
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