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Video exclusive: Inside Ben Smith's palatial pad

Video exclusive: Inside Ben Smith's palatial pad Highlanders and All Blacks star Ben Smith opens the doors of his imposing Dunedin residence in the first episode of HTV Cribs.

Toga party all dance and no drama

Toga party all dance and no drama

Thousands paid a fitting tribute to the excesses of Roman lifestyle last night.

Cavalcade riders cross Millers Flat bridge

Cavalcade riders cross Millers Flat bridge

Otago Goldfields Heritage Trust's cavalcade riders cross the Millers Flat bridge from State Highway 8 into the Teviot Valley township on their way to Beaumont Station this morning.

Video: Dunedin hosts Bike Wise fun-day

Video: Dunedin hosts Bike Wise fun-day

Having fun while learning the importance of bike safety was the order of the day yesterday.

Video: Surfers worried by protest boats

Video: Surfers worried by protest boats

Surfers and surf life-savers say the actions of the driver of a boat which they say did ''donuts'' within metres of surfers at St Clair on Saturday were inappropriate and risky, but the fisherman involved says he did nothing wrong.

Banners on the Beach protest at St Clair

Banners on the Beach protest at St Clair

A protest against Anadarko's drilling off the coast of Otago attracted a crowd of about 300 to St Clair beach in Dunedin today.

DCC considers traffic light changes

DCC considers traffic light changes

The Dunedin City Council is looking at the possibility of serious changes to the operation of city traffic lights.

Peanut butter sponsorship a sweet deal for students

Peanut butter sponsorship a sweet deal for students

Dunedin students have long been known for dressing up their headquarters in various themes.

Video: How to make arayes

Video: How to make arayes

Suad Mohammed and her husband Mahmud Fathalla show how to make arayes (pies stuffed with spiced meat).

Video: Visitors caught with hands in lolly jar

Video: Visitors caught with hands in lolly jar

A group of young Australians have been caught with their hands in the lolly jars in a Queenstown shop.

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