The deaths of 10 people on New Zealand roads this weekend,
including in a pair of triple-fatality crashes, have been
lamented by police as a "preventable tragedy".
A woman hit by a car in Brockville last night is in a serious
but stable condition in Dunedin Hospital.
The Western Force have snapped a 10-match losing streak,
upsetting defending Super rugby champions New South Wales
Waratahs 18-11 at Perth Oval.
It has been a dark day on New Zealand roads, with three fatal
crashes claiming at least five lives.
Tauranga's Phil Campbell holds a narrow lead after a dramatic
opening day in the Drivesouth Otago Rally.
Harbour handed Southern its first loss of the season today,
beating the Magpies 18-17.
Results from matches in the Southern Wide Real Estate
A Dunedin man suffered facial injuries when he was attacked
and robbed by three people in the city early this morning.
A man was flown to Dunedin Hospital in a critical condition
this morning after an assault in Wanaka.
Nepal's prime minister has pledged to repair public
buildings, schools and infrastructure within two years of the
7.8 earthquake that struck the country last month.
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