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Wines signs on for two more years at Port Adelaide

Ollie Wines of the Power

Port Adelaide star Ollie Wines has ended speculation about his future by signing a two-year contract speculation.

Clubs paying for Bombers' 'indiscretion': Koch

Paddy Ryder looks to pass the ball during round one in 2015. This year, he won't be there.

Port Adelaide chairman David Koch says the four clubs with banned Essendon players are "paying for somebody else's indiscretion", but insists the Power's premiership hopes will not be derailed by losing Paddy Ryder and Angus Monfries.

Port's Dixon out for 4-6 weeks

Charlie Dixon with Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley at Alberton Oval in Adelaide on Wednesday.

Port Adelaide's Charlie Dixon will miss at least a month of AFL in rehabilitation after suffering a knee injury at training.

Bombers and Port chase Demon

In demand: Mark Jamar.

Michael Gleeson   Essendon and Port Adelaide are vying to secure former Demons ruckman Mark Jamar as a top-up player for this season.

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Dixon fine after knocking knee

Charlie Dixon.

Larissa Nicholson   Key forward Charlie Dixon fell to the ground in pain when he hurt his knee in training on Friday.

Koch courting football karma

David Koch's claim that Port were "hoodwinked" in the trade deal for former Bomber Angus Monfries doesn't pass the logic ...

Rohan Connolly   Port Adelaide chairman David Koch has a huge public platform as a television celebrity with the Seven network.

'Hoodwinked': Koch speaks out against Dons

David Koch.

Claire Siracusa   Port Adelaide president David Koch has confirmed that his club will look into seeking compensation from Essendon and says that the 17 other AFL clubs wanted Essendon to do a deal to end the long-running supplements saga.

Boak set to take running power to a new level

Peak form: Travis Boak

Matt Murnane   Port Adelaide captain Travis Boak says he cannot recall a time when so many of his team-mates have returned from a Christmas break in better shape than they have this year.

Pick of the Power's wins

Roger James celebrates his game-winning goal against the Lions in the final round of 2002.

Daniel Cherny   It is not like Port Adelaide fans have needed too many home and away memories to satiate their taste for success.

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Wingard sticks with Power in new AFL deal

Chad Wingard has re-signed with Power.

Port Adelaide have continued a series of off-season re-signings, tying down Chad Wingard to the end of the 2019 AFL season.

Opal to become Port Adelaide's first female player

Erin Phillips

Jason Phelan   Olympic basketballer Erin Phillips has agreed to become Port Adelaide's first female AFL player should the Power be granted entry into the new national women's league.

Gray extends his Power stay

Port Adelaide's Robbie Gray has re-signed until the end of 2019.

Ronny Lerner   Port Adelaide superstar Robbie Gray has wasted little time in following his captain Travis Boak's lead by re-signing with the Power until the end of 2019 at least.

Boak docks at Port

Power to the man: Travis Boak is sticking with Port.

Travis Boak has signed a contract extension to lengthen his stay at AFL club Port Adelaide until the end of the 2019 season.

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Regrets, Ken Hinkley has a few

Port Adelaide's Ken Hinkley at Alberton Oval in Adelaide.

Caroline Wilson   Ken Hinkley is convinced that Port Adelaide was neither over-confident nor complacent in 2015, despite the club missing the finals.

Charlie Dixon finds Port in a storm

Charlie Dixon with Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley at Alberton Oval in Adelaide on Wednesday.

Caroline Wilson   For Charlie Dixon, the cultural and geographical distance from the Gold Coast to Port Adelaide was just one part of the long journey he has travelled from those dark days earlier this year.

Guide to the draft: part 2

On the Bulldogs' radar: Darcy Tucker.

Emma Quayle   Club-by-club guide to the AFL national draft: part 2. What your club has, what it needs and who it could be looking at.

Two players find new homes

Essendon v Port Adelaide

Daniel Cherny   Two delisted players found new homes on Friday.

Wingard pulls out of Ireland tour

Chad Wingard will miss the trip through injury.

Port Adelaide star Chad Wingard is out of the international rules tour because of a knee injury.

Andrew no Moore at Port

Geelong's Mitch Duncan tackles Port's Andrew Moore two years ago.

Daniel Cherny   Port Adelaide have parted ways with former No. 9 draft pick Andrew Moore.

Port Adelaide ruck Lobbe unlikely to lob at Dogs

Matthew Lobbe of the Power.

Michael Gleeson   Port Adelaide and Western Bulldogs have discussed a trade for ruckman Matthew Lobbe to join the Dogs but it would appear unlikely to progress beyond those initial discussions.