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Rugby Chat: Can the Hawks beat Dunedin?

Rugby Chat: Can the Hawks beat Dunedin?

ODT rugby writer Paul Dwyer talks with Harbour coach Marty Hurring and Dunedin chairman Lee Piper ahead of their clubs' clash this weekend.

Video: King's prop a blockbuster

Video: King's prop a blockbuster

This week we meet King's High School's blockbusting prop Sidney Fidow, and get the coach's opinion on his season so far.

Video: How to make fish in quince and chilli sauce, Yunnan style

Video: How to make fish in quince and chilli sauce, Yunnan style

Xiaoyan Mu, from China, shows how to make fish fillets in a sour quince and chilli sauce, in the Yunnan province style.

Dance key to footing it at the top

Dance key to footing it at the top

Ever wonder what makes Brazil so good at football?

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

ODT racing writer Matt Smith talks to Otago Racing Club chief executive and NZ Jumps Association secretary Andre Klein, and they offer punters some tips for the weekend.

Video: Can the Highlanders beat the Chiefs?

Video: Can the Highlanders beat the Chiefs?

Can the Highlanders bounce back from their loss against the Reds to beat the Chiefs? ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks with assistant coach Tony Brown and forward Joe Wheeler ahead of Friday's clash at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Video: Highlanders Masterchef competition - part 2

Video: Highlanders Masterchef competition - part 2

Team members learn how they did in the inaugural Highlanders Masterchef competition, judged by some of the stars of the Southern Steel netball team.

Video: Highlanders Masterchef competition - part 1

Video: Highlanders Masterchef competition - part 1

Team members take part in the inaugural Highlanders Masterchef competition judged by some of the stars of the Southern Steel netball team.

Video: Falling for history at full tilt

Video: Falling for history at full tilt

Seven hundred years ago, outnumbered Scots drove the English army into the Bannock Burn in Scotland.

Crowds turn out for festival fun

Crowds turn out for festival fun

Fine, warm weather greeted the thousands of people who lined the Queenstown CBD today to take in the action from the Golden Mile and the annual Street Parade, part of the 2014 Queenstown Winter Festival.

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