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Losses to both last year's finalists leave southerners a huge task in premiership season. [Read More]
The Crown wanted Matiu Edwards jailed. The judge has given him a chance. [Read More]
supporters and players - are believed to have been involved in a fight at match between the Suburbs and Pakuranga premier sides. [Read More]
Author Anand Giridharadas investigates the hypocrisy of billionaire do-gooders, and says the neoliberal idea of benefits trickling down is a "fraudulent ideology". [Read More]
After days of chaos, players and staff from Melbourne Victory, Western United and Melbourne City have crossed the border. [Read More]
Wimbledon, which was initially scheduled for June 29-July 12, was cancelled for the first time since World War II due to coronavirus. [Read More]
Police unable to say how many passengers were in the car which crashed on Saturday. [Read More]
The sailing was disrupted for 30 minutes before setting sail again. [Read More]
Watch as Manawatū try and avenge their four-point loss to Otago in the teams' first game of the season. [Read More]
The Kiwi club failed to receive a single penalty on the Gold Coast and had a try disallowed that had several experts crying foul. [Read More]
Motorists should expect significant delays headed out of Wellington after a crash caused congestion on Saturday. [Read More]
A cold front moving up the country on Sunday will bring another drenching of wet weather and cold southerlies across the country. [Read More]
The TV celebrity is presumed to have drowned, as investigators comb the lake she disappeared in. [Read More]
Australia's second-most populous state hit by another big day of new coronavirus cases. [Read More]
Veteran broadcaster is returning to TV, 10 years since leaving TVNZ. [Read More]
Two key players in the heated battle between the Rabbitohs and Tigers on Friday night face lengthy suspensions. [Read More]
Ahead of their clash with The Blues, the Crusaders had a home-game winning streak of how many games? [Read More]
A player at the Otorohanga Sports Club's Game Day has been flown to hospital. [Read More]
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it's time for the country to "go back to work". [Read More]
More than 99.9 per cent of those entering these facilities have followed the rules. Here's what we know about the four who allegedly didn't. [Read More]
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