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Hockey: Six cracks at capable Koreans ideal to hone Black Sticks' game

It didn't happen on Colin Batch's watch, but he knows the recent history of his New Zealand team against Korea.

Golf: Hendry leads in cold and windy Muriwai

Mike Hendry will take a two-shot lead into the third round of the Muriwai Open after shooting a three-under 69 on a day when wind and a bitterly cold wind tested the resilience of the players.

Dominion Finance director wants home detention in Remuera mansion

A director of Dominion Finance, which lost investors more than $176 million, is seeking to serve home detention in her $6.8 million Remuera mansion.

Yachting: Dream turns into nightmare for Coutts

The master plan was to lift the America's Cup out of the doldrums with the most extreme, technologically advanced racing in the competition's 162-year history.

Netball: Top shooters under pressure

Netball: Top shooters under pressure

New Zealand's top shooters are under pressure to start performing after a quiet start to the transtasman league.

Rugby: Ellison's Japan move a strange one

Rugby: Ellison's Japan move a strange one

OPINION: Another All Black is off to Japan. But what is different about Tamati Ellison's return to Ricoh is not only the fact that he was firmly in Steve Hansen's plans but the player's own comments last year about the state of rugby in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Rugby: Nervous moments again for Chiefs

Rugby: Nervous moments again for Chiefs

A real test for the Chiefs tonight, this, and one they passed but only just. Questions remain about why they are struggling to put teams away this season.

MRP shares close at $2.62

MRP shares close at $2.62

Shares in Mighty River Power closed their first day of trading on the NZX at $2.62 - a 12-cent (4.8 per cent) premium to their issue price but down from their opening price of $2.73.

Softball: Hunt on for Black Sox coach

Softball New Zealand has begun the search for the next coach of the world champion Black Sox.

Athletics: Willis wins US mile race

Olympian Nick Willis has won the United States road mile championship in Minneapolis this afternoon (NZT), running 3 minutes 56.2 seconds to edge a largely local field.

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