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The boys are back in town

The boys are back in town

More than 2000 fans descended on Dunedin International Airport today to welcome home their heroes.

We ask the fans: Who will win?

We ask the fans: Who will win?

ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer asks the fans who will win tonight's Highlanders-Hurricanes clash in Wellington.

Of course, they may be slightly biased...

Rugby chat with Tony Brown

Rugby chat with Tony Brown

ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks to Highlanders assistant coach Tony Brown as they look ahead to the team's Super 15 final clash against the Hurricanes in Wellington tomorrow night.

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Otago Daily Times racing reporter Matt Smith gives his tips for the weekend.

'Army' setting out to invade the capital

'Army' setting out to invade the capital

A contingent of more than 500 Highlanders supporters will march into Westpac Stadium on Saturday night as part of the ''Landers Army''.

Port worker still in intensive care

Port worker still in intensive care

An experienced Port Otago worker remains in a serious condition in Dunedin Hospital after a straddle carrier toppled 14m, trapping its pilot inside.

Supporters snap up merchandise

Supporters snap up merchandise

Highlanders fan gear has been flying off the shelves in sports stores across Dunedin.

Union renews call for port safety inquiry

Union renews call for port safety inquiry

A Port Otago worker has been seriously injured on the job, prompting the Maritime Union to again call for an industry-wide health and safety inquiry.

Video: Song for Highlanders

Video: Song for Highlanders

A Highlander at heart, Dave Waddell is hoping to tune up his favourite team in time to take out the final.

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