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What a quacker

What a quacker

Hunter Morrow (18), of Luggate, says he was ''stoked'' to win the national live duck calling competition on his third attempt, in Queenstown last month, and is looking forward to competing against the best in the world, in the United States, in November.

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing action.

Video: Rugby chat with Zingari's Chris Bell and referee Chris Hart

Video: Rugby chat with Zingari's Chris Bell and referee Chris Hart

ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks to Zingari's Chris Bell and referee Chris Hart ahead of this weekends final round of the Dunedin Premier Rugby Competition.

Slip, sliding away on a cool Dunners day

Slip, sliding away on a cool Dunners day

Rug up Otago - more cold weather is on the way. Some may have thought yesterday's snow and ice was enough, after disrupted travels by road and air, but forecasters warn there's more in store.

Fired up in support of team

Fired up in support of team

The noise summed up the passion as hundreds of Samoan supporters gathered at the University of Otago yesterday, hanging on every minute of a historic rugby test against the All Blacks.

Flights disrupted as icy weather grips South

Flights disrupted as icy weather grips South

Thousands of passengers at Dunedin and Queenstown airports had their flights cancelled this morning as an icy blast hit the South. Snow has closed roads throughout the lower South Island, with drivers warned to take extreme care or delay travelling. 

Tick, tick, boom!

Tick, tick, boom!

Highlanders co-captain Nasi Manu will probably look back at those million or so selfies with a chuckle.

Raw video: Epic Highlanders victory chant

Raw video: Epic Highlanders victory chant

The Highlanders and a swag of fans combined for a rousing victory chant in the Octagon today following the team's parade of honour through central Dunedin.

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.

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