Otago fullback Michael Collins will make his Super Rugby debut tomorrow night when the Blues take on the Rebels.
The Otago Rugby Supporters Club will continue but it is stuck deep inside its own territory and struggling to get out.
Otago loose forward Lee Allan has hung up his boots, deciding to give the game away due to concussion.
Queenstown businessman Kelvin Collins is stepping away from board duties with the Otago Rugby Football Union.
An Otago fullback has made the move to France but it is not the one everyone has feared.
The platforms are in, the weights are set so it is now time to throw some tin around.
Maori All Blacks and Highlanders lock Tom Franklin is returning home to play for the Bay of Plenty Steamers in the 2017 Mitre 10 Cup.
Otago contracted players will be available for the club playoffs, despite the season being extended by a week next year.
Otago is set for a Ranfurly Shield challenge next year.
The need to get its own gym and show its own identity is part of a move by the Otago union to upgrade its base at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Otago just fell at the final hurdle in the Mitre 10 Cup championship but that should not hide a successful season. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn rates the main players.
Gutting. Losses do not come much harder to take than going down in the last 15 seconds in a final where you have made much of the play in the match.
Stuck down in the basement for another year.
Otago has lost a heartbreaker at Forsyth Barr Stadium, going down 17-14 in the Mitre 10 Cup Championship final to North Harbour.
See how the action unfolded in Otago's NPC championship final against North Harbour at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Everyone knows Otago nearly went bust just over four years ago. But what happened on the paddock over the past two years has also been an outstanding recovery. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn takes a...
After a year of training and then a campaign of 11 games in 10 weeks, Otago is about to take the final step.
To go up a notch or be stuck in the cellar for another year — it all comes down to 80 minutes tonight.
Hooker Sam Anderson-Heather has been scratched from tomorrow's Mitre 10 Cup championship final after failing to recover from a calf injury.
ODT rugby correspondent Paul Dwyer chats with Otago's Craig Millar and Michael Collins ahead of the Mitre 10 Cup final between Otago and North Harbour