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Video: Highlanders sign off for the season

Video: Highlanders sign off for the season

The season's done and dusted, and there were many memorable moments on the field for the Highlanders, but there was plenty of action off the field as well, as this 2014 signing-off video shows.

Video: Snow coats Dunedin

Video: Snow coats Dunedin

Snow fell to low levels overnight and this morning in Dunedin, forcing the closure of many schools and roads and the cancellation of flights.

Video: Fox terriers play in the Dunedin snow

Video: Fox terriers play in the Dunedin snow

Fox terriers Doug, Finn and Gus play in the morning snow in a Dunedin hill suburb.

 

Video: Bus society cranks up classic convoy

Video: Bus society cranks up classic convoy

Members of the Otago Heritage Bus Society crank up their restored buses on Sunday to deliver them for a vehicle safety inspection.

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

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

Video: How to make spaghetti alle vongole

Video: How to make spaghetti alle vongole

Mark Seymour shows how to make spaghetti alle vongole: spaghetti with clams.

Video: Taieri reclaims Premier crown

Video: Taieri reclaims Premier crown

A shell shocked University A was outplayed by a rampant Taieri team that won the club's third Dunedin premier rugby banner in four years.

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.

Rugby Chat: Who will win the Premier final?

Rugby Chat: Who will win the Premier final?

ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks with Taieri halfback Kurt Hammer and University halfback Nick Annear ahead of their Dunedin Premier final clash this weekend. He also names his form XV for the season and opens voting for the People's Choice award.

Football: Aim to honour fans in Dunedin game

Football: Aim to honour fans in Dunedin game

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says his team will aim to put on a show in memory of two fans killed in the Malaysia Airlines crash.

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