World No1 amateur Lydia Ko has fired a three under par 69 in
the final round of the Thailand LPGA Championship to finish
in a share of 14th place at the LPGA Tour event.
If Gareth Paddison learns only one thing in Queenstown this
week, he would love to master the greens at The Hills.
Auckland has continued its dominance of the SBS Invitational
tournament with its young team delivering an impressive
wire-to-wire win at the Invercargill Golf Club yesterday.
Mahe Drysdale will continue to broaden his sporting horizons
by running the Queen St Mile in April - and he might not be
the only Olympic gold medallist to take part.
Rescuers desperately tried to free a woman trapped on rail
lines as a train approached this morning.
New Zealand cycling's young guns have collected a three-medal
haul from five riders at the UCI Track Cycling World
Championships that finished in Minsk, Belarus today.
Prime Minister John Key believes New Zealanders would be more
open to having a four-year electoral term than they were when
the idea was voted down in public referenda in 1967 and 1990.
Office workers who spend most of the day seated are more
likely to suffer from chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes
and heart disease, research suggests.
Family and friends of sports broadcaster Phillip Leishman
were last night at his side after he slipped into a coma.
The three young men caught in a "strong unforgiving rip" on
Auckland's notorious Piha Beach were wearing jeans and
totally unaware of the danger they were in.
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