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Cane concentrating on own game (+ video)

Cane concentrating on own game (+ video)

If Sam Cane is feeling any pressure because of the performances of another openside flanker in the All Black squad he is not showing it.

Rugby: No special treatment for Highlanders (+ video)

Rugby: No special treatment for Highlanders (+ video)

Any chance of the Highlanders players getting special treatment, as far as wearing the black jersey on home turf on Saturday night, has been dashed.

New era for Emerson's (+ video)

New era for Emerson's (+ video)

Hundreds of people turned out for the opening of the new Emerson's Brewing Company in Dunedin today.

Rugby: Retallick more game smart now (+ video)

Rugby: Retallick more game smart now (+ video)

Brodie Retallick has just turned 25. On Saturday, if selected, he will play his 50th test.

All Blacks 'blessed' to be down South (+ video)

All Blacks 'blessed' to be down South (+ video) Captain Kieran Read says the All Blacks are looking forward to their stay in the South after hundreds welcomed them at Dunedin Airport yesterday.

Biggest Midwinter Carnival 'all-round success' (+ video)

Biggest Midwinter Carnival 'all-round success' (+ video)

A giant whale with a glistening city on its back played centre stage at the most successful Dunedin Midwinter Carnival yet.

Birthday haka for Maia (+ video)

Birthday haka for Maia (+ video)

A four-year-old Dunedin girl received her dream birthday present on Saturday after a post by her father on a local Facebook page went viral.

Asbestos: 'We were totally ignorant’ of risk' (+ video)

Asbestos: 'We were totally ignorant’ of risk' (+ video)

Ewen Oats cannot forget the clouds of dust that clogged his lungs 40 years ago.

Thousands at Midwinter Carnival (+ video)

Thousands at Midwinter Carnival (+ video)

Thousands of people spilled into the Octagon and crammed up the stairs of St Paul's last night to watch the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival.

Rugby: Kaikorai too good for Harbour (+ video)

Rugby: Kaikorai too good for Harbour (+ video)

Kaikorai were far too good for an ordinary Harbour team in Dunedin Premier Club Rugby today, running out 46-12 winners.

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