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Cricket: Test of character for Black Caps

Cricket: Test of character for Black Caps

New Zealand's most significant test match took place 57 years ago at Eden Park. That 190-run win over the West Indies opened the door, the first victory after 26 years' trying. But that was always to be a retrospective view. It was, after all, the first among equals.

Rugby: Cruden's assignment - take control

Rugby:  Cruden's assignment - take control

Aaron Cruden has homework to do for the All Blacks' selectors.

League: Carney on Warriors' radar

League: Carney on Warriors' radar

The Warriors are keeping a watching brief on Todd Carney's movements and could attempt to lure him to Mt Smart if things don't work out at Cronulla.

Cricket: One game at a time for Compton

Cricket: One game at a time for Compton

There's a scene in the sellout show One Man Two Guvnors inside a pub called the Cricketers Arms.

League: Set of six

League: Set of six

Michael Brown of APNZ looks at round three of the NRL competition.

Concerns over drink-driving killer's parole

Concerns over drink-driving killer's parole

One of the country's worst drink-driving killers wants to live with his girlfriend when he is released from prison in June.

Gang patch ban considered for New Brighton

Gang patch ban considered for New Brighton

Police are considering trying to ban gang patches in New Brighton after a flare up between gang members and ongoing intimidation.

Christ Church Cathedral restoration plan unveiled

Engineers have unveiled a plan which they say can allow for the restoration of the Christ Church Cathedral.

Farmers work to combat big dry

A West Coast farming expert says he is seeing first hand the pressures being put on farmers battling to combat the effects of the big dry.

Softball: Two unbeaten sides left at champs

Local teams Parklands Christchurch United and Albion are the last remaining unbeaten sides at the open men's club softball championship in Christchurch.

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