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Video: First day of play at the NZ Open

Video: First day of play at the NZ Open

Hayden Meikle and Dave Cannan review the first round of the NZ Open golf tournament.

Video: How to make goi bo nhung dam

Video: How to make goi bo nhung dam

Phuong Le shows how to make goi bo nhung dam (Vietnamese vinegar beef salad).

Video: ODT at The Hills

Video: ODT at The Hills

ODT Sports Editor Hayden Meikle and day editor (and keen golfer) Dave Cannan report from The Hills in Arrowtown, which will host the NZ Open from Thursday.

Expect incentives for Genesis: PM

Expect incentives for Genesis: PM

Prime Minister John Key expects prospective investors in Genesis to react well to incentives likely to be announced tomorrow by Finance Minister Bill English.

Fine food goes down a treat

Fine food goes down a treat

Spice and sunshine were served at a refined Dunedin International Food Festival on Saturday.

Trike proves a real crowd pleaser

Trike proves a real crowd pleaser

Dunedin mechanic Paul Barron's custom-built V8 trike turned heads at Wings and Wheels at Taieri Airfield on Saturday.

Video highlights: Highlanders beat Blues 29-21

Video highlights: Highlanders beat Blues 29-21     Highlights as the Highlanders beat the Blues 29-21 in the season-opening Super 15 clash at Forsyth Barr Stadium. 

Rugby: Electric Highlanders beat Blues 29-21

Rugby: Electric Highlanders beat Blues 29-21

The Highlanders have started the Super 15 with a bang defeating the much-fancied Blues 29-21 at Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight.

Student volunteers aplenty

Student volunteers aplenty

The level of interest in the University of Otago's new volunteer centre is more evidence of a resurgence in volunteering among younger people.

Video: Highlanders 'want to get respect back'

Video: Highlanders 'want to get respect back' ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer catches up with the Highlanders' co-captains, Ben Smith and Nasi Manu, ahead of the team's match against the Blues at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night.

ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer catches up with the Highlanders' co-captains, Ben Smith and Nasi Manu, ahead of the team's match against the Blues at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night.

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