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Hockey: Black Sticks face daunting task

The Black Sticks will play table-toppers the Netherlands in a Champions Trophy quarter-final in Melbourne tomorrow.

New Zealand children exploited for pornography

More then two dozen New Zealand children have been exploited for online pornography in the last four years, with some of the material traded through criminal networks.

Fish thieves elude multi-millionaire's security

Fish thieves elude multi-millionaire's security

Thieves managed to bypass tight security to steal more than 100 pricey tropical fish from a pond on the grounds of a $16.5 million property.

Emily Longley's family confident killer's appeal will fail

Emily Longley's family confident killer's appeal will fail

The family of a New Zealand teenager murdered in England are confident their daughter's killer will lose his appeal to have his conviction overturned.

Armed robbers force children to floor

Armed robbers force children to floor

Children were forced to lie on the floor at gunpoint while a gang of well-disguised robbers armed with pistols, rifles, screwdrivers, hammers and knives demanded cash from staff at a busy family restaurant.

Business model proposed for water

High-level discussions are taking place to stop councils providing water services and pass control to a handful of companies run on commercial lines.

Wind in Southland's sails

Wind in Southland's sails

The new annual ocean race from Auckland to Bluff has received support from the organisers of the Sydney to Hobart event.

Horan plans to face his accusers

Horan plans to face his accusers

MP Brendan Horan says he has done nothing wrong and felt he was treated unfairly in his expulsion from NZ First's caucus - and has indicated he will return to Parliament to face his accusers soon rather than hide away.

Cricket: Vettori out of tour

Cricket: Vettori out of tour

As if the challenge isn't big enough already, New Zealand will have to tackle world No 1 South Africa without their most experienced player next month.

Christchurch teachers meet over school changes

Christchurch teachers will decide today what sort of industrial action they will take over the proposed school changes.

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