Love to tramp? Have you knocked these five tracks off?
Even the most experienced tramper will have a bucket list of hikes yet to be completed.
Ulva Island: Up close to friendly, and not-so-friendly, locals
As we were leaving by water taxi to return to Stewart Island, a small drama played out on the beach by the jetty.
Bikers provide a boost to Invercargill's economy
Invercargill businesses welcomed bikers as they arrived in droves and helped to boost’s the town’s economy during the Burt Munro Challenge.
John Munro gives visitors the inside scoop on Burt's life
Burt Munro's son John Munro hosted a special tour to share his Dad's story with motorcyclists in Invercargill for the Burt Munro Challenge.
Bluff Hill Climb rained out
The NZ Hill Climb Championships was cancelled for the first time in the history of the Burt Munro Challenge as dangerous weather compromised rider safety.
From motorbikes to LGBT+ writers: Six events to catch this weekend
Another busy weekend of events coming up around the country, and we have six for you to check out.
Burt Munro Challenge: Weather stays away for have-a-go day
About 80 riders were out on the Teretonga Park circuit on Wednesday for the first Burt Munro Challenge event.
Second cruise for southerners on way
An Invercargill travel agent has chartered a cruise ship for a tour of the Chatham Islands, for southerners only.
Mountain bikers will wait two more years for trail news
A Fiordland bike guide is frustrated that plans for a technical mountain biking trail are being held up by DOC.
Burt Munro Challenge: It's all go for Kiwi bikers
International riders may be missing out, but Covid-19 border closures have not reduced the amount of riders heading to Southland for this year's Burt Munro Challenge.
Adventurer faces biggest challenge
Mark Jones has completed several world first adventure expeditions – but his biggest challenge awaits him in coming weeks.