Mark Hathaway

02:04
The violent conflict has led to more refugees coming to New Zealand, and Dunedin was made a resettlement centre 18 months ago.

Hundreds of Syrians getting to grips with their new lives in Dunedin

The violent conflict has led to more refugees coming to New Zealand.

03:02
Ben McLean will serve at least 17 years in jail for killing Verity McLean and trying to kill her lover Garry Duggan.

Watch: The moment judge sentences former cop Ben McLean to life in prison for murder of his wife

In the High Court in Invercargill the 48-year-old was also sentenced to seven years jail for the attempted murder of Garry Duggan.

01:57
A five-year University of Otago study shows men, particularly in manual labour jobs, are at most risk.

'We definitely need them' - older employees important, but at higher risk of suffering workplace injuries

A new study shows men, particularly in manual labour jobs, are at most risk.

02:13
Millions of tourists have enjoyed the town's stunning views from a fibreglass bubble.

Queenstown's beloved Skyline Gondola marks 50 years of service

Millions of tourists have enjoyed the town's stunning views from a fibreglass bubble.

01:46
The former All Blacks captain says Sarah Fairmaid is the glue that holds the PWC team together.

'She's amazingly tough' – Richie McCaw in awe of Godzone team-mate

The former All Blacks captain says Sarah Fairmaid is the glue that holds the PWC team together.

02:00
A group is planning the fate of nearly 300,000 clothing items that belonged to the late Eden Hore.

What to do with an Otago wool farmer's $40,000 fashion garment collection from the 1970's?

Eden Hore left behind over 250 high fashion garments when he died four decades ago.

02:00
New Health Minister David Clark is determined to live up to Labour's election promises.

'I know that's ambitious' - Dunedin's long-awaited new hospital to be fast-tracked

The Government wants to begin construction on the $1 billion hospital in its first term.

01:50
New rules for monitoring commercial fishing boats have some small-scale operators worried.

'I hate it' - small scale NZ commercial fishers worried new video surveillance will give away their best spots

Compulsory video surveillance for commercial fishing boats is being brought in across NZ.

Highlanders look to former Crusader Aaron Mauger for winning formula in South Island Super Rugby derby

Ben Smith’s return to training was another welcome boost for the Highlanders ahead of their playoff with the Crusaders.

01:55
Sam Smoothy is known for his feats in the snow but things heated up pretty quickly while filming Sliding Fire.

From traversing snowy peaks to volcanic slopes – meet the Kiwi skier who turned his Vanuatu holiday into an insane adventure film

Sam Smoothy is known for his feats in the snow but things heated up pretty quick filming Sliding Fire.

03:46
The provincial stalwarts were honoured at a special lunch in Dunedin today.

'Go right from the first whistle' – Otago rugby old boys gather ahead of Highlanders v Lions clash

The provincial stalwarts were honoured at a special lunch in Dunedin today.

01:56
The public are being asked to help, with a website set up to log records of sightings of the playful parrots.

Cheeky kea steadily on the decline

The public are being asked to help, with a website set up to log records of sightings of the playful parrots.

01:50
The Dunedin Prison building is now a site for a game where people have to use their wits, to escape.

Take a look inside the game taking life in Otago's historic prison

The Dunedin Prison building is now a site for a game where people have to use their wits, to escape.

02:06
Ann Stokes says faulty equipment and over-stretched staff are putting patient safety at risk.

Watch: 'Very frightening' – former nurse shocked at staff conditions at Dunedin Hospital

Former nurse Ann Stokes was shocked to see doctors and nurses running, faulty equipment and other issues.

01:46

All Blacks winger Waisake Naholo set to return for Highlanders against Sunwolves

Naholo played 40 minutes for Taranaki's Spotswood United over Easter weekend.

01:53
The biggest of the items is a lithography machine, which will soon be put on display.

Workers stumble across 100-year-old artefacts in Dunedin warehouse

The biggest of the items is a lithography machine, which will soon be put on display.

01:52
Nineteen-year old Jack Beaumont is living in a caravan to prepare for the world showpiece.

'You get to see some amazing country' - rising mountain running star gearing up for July world champs

Nineteen-year old Jack Beaumont is living in a caravan to prepare for the world showpiece.

01:55
The 16-year old beat competitors twice her age a fortnight ago to win a gold medal at the World Cup in the Czech Republic.

'I’ve been rising through the ranks' - Zoi Sadowski-Synnott with her eyes on snowboarding gold at next year’s Winter Olympics

The 16-year old beat competitors twice her age a fortnight ago to win a gold medal at the World Cup in the Czech Republic.

01:50
It's hoped the links will drive opportunities for both countries in the film and screen spaces.

Forging closer cultural ties with China in Dunedin with film festival

It's hoped the links will drive opportunities for both countries in the film and screen spaces.

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.

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