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Video: It's crunch time for the Highlanders

Video: It's crunch time for the Highlanders

ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks to Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph about the team's performance in South Africa, and looks ahead to the clash with the Lions in Dunedin on Saturday.

Video: Highlanders on tour - tribal drum lessons on club night

Video: Highlanders on tour - tribal drum lessons on club night

The Highlanders take part in a traditional tribal drumming lesson, and team funnyman Joe Wheeler catches up with John Hardie and Hayden Parker to talk about the experience.

Jock Allison banned from Invermay site

Jock Allison banned from Invermay site

Former Invermay director Jock Allison has dubbed ''pathetic'' an AgResearch letter he says bans him from the site without management authorisation.

Video: How to make caramel chicken

Video: How to make caramel chicken

Phuong Le, from Vietnam, shows how to make ga ngao duong, or caramel chicken, Vietnamese style.

Video: Explosive sausages found in Bacon St go up with a bang

Video: Explosive sausages found in Bacon St go up with a bang

Powergel ''sausages'' discovered in a Bacon St, Dunedin, shed were destroyed by the New Zealand Defence Force explosive ordnance disposal squad in the city yesterday.

Video: Highlanders on tour - Lima Sopoaga

Video: Highlanders on tour - Lima Sopoaga

 

Highlanders funnyman Joe Wheeler catches up with rising first five Lima Sopoaga at Shark Park before the team's annual management race.

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

Otago Daily Times racing writer Matt Smith gives his best bets.

Life sentence for Mellory Manning murder

Life sentence for Mellory Manning murder

The Mongrel Mob prospect found guilty of the "gangland execution" of Christchurch woman Ngatai 'Mellory' Manning has today been jailed for life imprisonment, with a minimum non-parole period of 20 years.

Williamson resigns as minister

Williamson resigns as minister

National MP Maurice Williamson told a senior police officer that a wealthy businessman facing domestic assault charges was "investing a lot of money in New Zealand"and urged police to be on "solid ground", according to internal police emails.

Video: Doobie Brothers in Queenstown

Video: Doobie Brothers in Queenstown

The Doobie Brothers took the stage in Queenstown for the inaugural Blues and Roots Festival on Saturday.

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