The Highlanders have got home 25-17 over the Crusaders at Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight to remain the only unbeaten New Zealand team in Super Rugby.
Hard work never hurt anyone and Rob Thompson - who has started the season in red-hot form - is looking to follow in the footsteps of those who have travelled that path.
Ash Dixon admits he is not as young as he once was.
The Dunedin City Council opted to not take part in a report on the economic impact of last year's British and Irish Lions series.
Super Rugby needs to be simple and easy to understand if it is going to survive, says one of the men who was heavily involved in the set-up of the competition.
Otago will open with a game against Wellington in this year's provincial domestic competition.
The Otago Rugby Football Union has recorded a modest profit of $18,848, with income from home games dropping by more than a third.
Last year, going into the third game of the season the Highlanders had 13 players injured.
Volleyball is taking off in southern schools and is fast running out of court space.
Highlanders scrum coach Clarke Dermody may be happy to become underemployed this week.
When Tom Franklin arrived in Dunedin he was just a bright-eyed student from Bay of Plenty.
Otago rugby is looking to establish an academy for female players.
The St Kilda Surf Life Saving club came out on top at the South Island IRB championships at Warrington Beach on Saturday.
The depth of rugby at King's High School is about to get a test as the school's second XV joins the Otago premier schools competition this season.
Southland Boys' High School First XV believes it is team without a competition at the moment.
The Crusaders could be without a couple of their key men when they head south to take on the Highlanders this Saturday night.
Dunedin's Oli Chignell made a stunning debut in his first race as a senior athlete.
After a break of nearly four years, the Laughton sisters are getting back in the boat.
Highlanders halfback Aaron Smith will get an early close-up look at his team’s next opponent but says last night’s game is the ideal preparation for next Saturday night’s derby match.
The Stormers — they huffed and they puffed but they just could not blow the Highlanders down.