Mark Hathaway

01:42
After wretched luck last year Courtney Duncan is back on the bike.

Dunedin moto-cross rider eyeing world championship title this year

After wretched luck last year Courtney Duncan is back on the bike.

01:47
Fox is ranked 145 and will be joining forces with Williams who has served as a caddy for several top pro golfers.

'The goal is to be in contention' - top ranked Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox teams up with champion caddy Steve Williams

Fox is ranked 145 and will be joining forces with Williams who has served as a caddy for several top pro golfers.

01:44
The Black Caps face South Africa at University Oval on Wednesday in their first Test match of the series.

Black Caps shift focus to Dunedin ahead of first Test with South Africa

The Black Caps face South Africa at University Oval on Wednesday in their first Test match of the series.

02:02
The Goldfields Cavalcade is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Hundreds retrace footsteps and hoofprints of NZ's first early pioneers

The Goldfields Cavalcade is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

00:22
Names accompanied by dates as far back as the 1880s are carved into the wood.

Did you carve your name into one of these desktops at Otago Uni? They've now fetched $2000

The century-old graffiti-etched desktops fetched over $2000 at auction yesterday.

01:52
Around 360 jobs are set to go at the end of the year as it's too far from Australia, where most of its products are sent.

Cadbury staff hope for reversal of Dunedin factory closure decision

The union hopes negotiations with owner Mondelez International could force a turnaround.

Rejuvenated and ambitious Malakai Fekitoa eager to perform for Highlanders ahead of Lions NZ tour

Fekitoa, 24, comes off contract with the Highlanders and NZ Rugby at the end of the season.

Dunedin artist handpicked to paint Kate Moss

Dunedin artist handpicked to paint Kate Moss

Kate Moss chose her favourite catwalk outfits to be recreated by fashion illustrators.

01:48
New Zealand's sheep population may have halved in the past 30 years but our dominance in competitive shearing is stronger than ever.

Kiwis scoop bulk of titles at world shearing champs

New Zealand's sheep population may have halved in the past 30 years but our dominance in competitive shearing is stronger than ever.

01:47
More than 300 athletes from 31 countries have descended on Southland for the championships which started today.

Corporate boxes, thousands of fans and lots of sheep - Invercargill puts on a show for world shearing champs

More than 300 athletes from 31 countries have descended on Southland for the championships which started today.

01:54
Sprint teammates Sam Webster, Ethan Mitchell and Eddie Dawkins were only feeling the heat from each other.

No sweat, mate! World champ Kiwi cyclists feeling pressure at nationals

Sprint teammates Sam Webster, Ethan Mitchell and Eddie Dawkins were only feeling the heat from each other.

01:51
Dunedin beaches may soon be first in the country to be completely off limits to drones.

Drone photographers say 'blanket approaches don't necessarily solve the problem'

Dunedin beaches may soon be first in the country to be completely off limits to drones.

01:52
Dunedin beaches may soon be the first in the country to be completely off limits to drone users.

'We need to make sure we're not scaring off exceptional wildlife' - Dunedin beaches could become a no-fly zone for drones

The beaches may soon be the first in the country to be completely off limits to drone users.

02:02
Dunedin's Toitu Otago Settlers Museum is producing a documentary about the earliest contacts between the two nations.

Otago museum producing doco about earliest contacts with Chinese settlers

Dunedin's Toitu Otago Settlers Museum is producing a documentary about the earliest contacts between the two nations.

01:45
Strong spring growth and the quiet surrounds have seen the bunny population boom in the deep south.

'Shooting isn't seen as an option' – rabbits boom at Invercargill cemetery forces eradication campaign

Strong spring growth and the quiet surrounds have seen the bunny population boom in the deep south.

02:15
Some are concerned that a regulatory loophole has been taken advantage of by developers.

Stoush brewing over land development in South Island's Mackenzie Country

Some are concerned that a regulatory loophole has been taken advantage of by developers.

02:15
The prospect of having their fishing grounds closed is concerning locals along the South Island's southern east coast.

Locals raise concerns with proposed southern marine sanctuaries

They say they are responsible with their ocean resource - now they are fighting to keep access to it.

01:53
Fans might still get a chance to see the legendary rider in action in Sunday’s street race in Invercargill.

Rain brings Guy Martin and his 'bloody fast' Suzuki to a stop at Burt Munro challenge

Fans might still get a chance to see the legendary rider in action in Sunday’s street race in Invercargill.

01:53
Motorcycle enthusiasts are converging on Invercargill for the annual Burt Munro Challenge.

Motorbike icon gets a first glimpse of Invercargill's new Classic Motorcycle Mecca

Motorcycle enthusiasts are converging on Invercargill for the annual Burt Munro Challenge.

00:24
1 NEWS Reporter Mark Hathaway travels to Leslie Hills Road near Waiau,  which has dropped off at least two metres after the earthquake.

Raw: This is what a 'completely mushed' road looks like after the 7.8 quake

1 NEWS Reporter Mark Hathaway travels to Leslie Hills Road near Waiau, which has dropped off at least two metres after the earthquake.

02:13
The Primary Industries Minister was in Waiau today, where locals are helping neighbours cope with livestock and housing issues.

Quake-affected rural communities still working to get water, power services back in action

The Primary Industries Minister was in Waiau today, where locals are helping neighbours cope.

00:59
Mark Hathaway has been navigating his way along the obliterated SH1 following the 7.8 quake

Reporter's stunning photos capture harrowing devastation from Kaikoura quake

Mark Hathaway has been navigating his way along the obliterated SH1 following the 7.8 quake.

00:42
1 NEWS strapped a GoPro to a 4WD and drove along the ripped up highway at the Hundalee Hills, about 40 kilometres south of Kaikoura.

Raw: 1 NEWS crew captures remarkable GoPro footage of MUNTED road to Kaikoura

Fissures and cracks have made the road treacherous for drivers.

01:57
Mike Vincent and his team of volunteers have collected around 5,000 paua and put them back into the ocean.

Meet one of the heroes of the quake recovery: The man who started a campaign to rescue paua

Mike Vincent and his team of volunteers have collected around 5,000 paua and put them back into the ocean.

01:53
An award allowing artists to explore their creativity is celebrating its 50th year with major exhibition.

'It was incredible' - NZ artists awarded a year to create celebrate unique awards

An award allowing artists to explore their creativity is celebrating its 50th year with major exhibition.

01:45
Hamish and Alistair Bond trade their boats for bikes as they gear up for New Zealand's cycling showpiece.

Olympic rowers set for cycling's Tour of Southland slog

Hamish and Alistair Bond trade their boats for bikes as they gear up for New Zealand's cycling showpiece.

01:50
The 38-year-old is on standby to make his comeback to top level rugby for Otago in their final against North Harbour.

Hore poised for comeback based on current fitness regime of working on the farm

The 38-year-old is on standby to make his comeback to top level rugby for Otago.

01:52
Anahera Koni has already achieved what many golfers can only dream of on the par 3 fifth in Dunedin.

Six-year-old golf prodigy sets sights high after stunning hole-in-one

Anahera scored a hole in one on the par three fifth hole at Dunedin's Island Park golf course - which is an 85m, uphill shot.

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