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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.

Drift trikers seek respect

Drift trikers seek respect

A group of misunderstood daredevils want Dunedin residents to get their drift. 

More colour on campus

More colour on campus

Montreal-based artist Fluke and assistant Talia Carin (pictured) have continued to make progress on the Castle St lecture theatre mural.

Spelling success repeated

Spelling success repeated

There was an awkward mixture of cringe and elation on Alex Leckie-Zaharic's face when he spelt the winning word at the New Zealand Spelling Bee lower South Island regional competition.

Rugby Chat with Paul Dwyer: Otago vs Canterbury

Rugby Chat with Paul Dwyer: Otago vs Canterbury

ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer speaks with Otago winger Jack Wilson and Otago coach Cory Brown ahead of this weekend's first ITM Cup match against Canterbury at Forsyth Barr Stadium

Community boards plan hotly disputed

Community boards plan hotly disputed

Dunedin community boards fear changes to the city's local government landscape will ''plunge a knife into the heart'' of their communities.

Icy grip releases hold on city

Icy grip releases hold on city

Bus services have resumed normal operation in Dunedin and flights are now operating to schedule at the city's airport after icy conditions caused major disruptions this morning.

Care urged on roads after wintry blast

Care urged on roads after wintry blast

Southern motorists are being urged to take care on the roads overnight and tomorrow morning as black ice is expected in many areas following the weekend's wintry blast.

Praise for garden's 'striking' new facility

Praise for garden's 'striking' new facility

The biggest investment in the Dunedin Botanic Garden's history can simulate arid deserts, tropical forests and sub-antarctic islands on the slopes of Signal Hill.

Brewers push the envelope as market grows

Brewers push the envelope as market grows

Brewers are ''pushing the envelope'' of beer creations to get a slice of a competitive market, but do not expect a stag semen brew anytime soon, Emerson's head brewer says.

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