Lydia Ko would make a formidable poker player. If she is as
inscrutable at the card table as she is on the golf course
she could bluff James Bond.
First XV is likely to usurp club rugby as the breeding ground
for aspiring professional coaches.
One person was killed and two injured in a crash between a
car and a motorcycle near Nelson today.
Heavy rain and strong wind has sparked a severe weather watch
for the top and east of the North Island.
Police are hunting for an armed man who demanded money from
the Summit Superette in Tauranga this morning.
Emails between Fairfax journalist Andrea Vance and United
Future leader Peter Dunne were sent to the Henry Inquiry, the
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet has revealed.
New Zealand professionals Danny Lee and Tim Wilkinson are off
the pace after round one of the Mylan Classic on the Web.com
Tour in Pennsylvania today.
A bomb is to be detonated in a suburban park in Wellington,
this afternoon after being discovered buried in the backyard
of a Newtown home.
Name suppression has been lifted in the case of two women
accused of murdering Indian national Amandeep Singh in
Gisborne last year.
Prime Minister John Key is standing by his chief of staff
after calls for his resignation over the release of a
journalist's phone records.
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