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Clark to continue in UN role

Clark to continue in UN role

Former prime minister Helen Clark has been appointed for a another term in her role at the United Nations.

Basketball: Breakers claim third title

Basketball: Breakers claim third title

Two playoff sweeps plus three straight championships equals one historic dynasty for the New Zealand Breakers.

Rugby: Referee Walsh reminded of TMO protocols

Rugby: Referee Walsh reminded of TMO protocols

Controversial referee Steve Walsh has been ticked off after he broke the new television match official protocol several times in last weekend's game at Eden Park between the Blues and Highlanders.

Rugby: Hurricanes continue their dark horse effort

Rugby: Hurricanes continue their dark horse effort

You might not have noticed, but the Hurricanes have won their past four games.

Pair in court over $375,000 fraud

Pair in court over $375,000 fraud

 A couple alleged to have ripped off taxpayers to the tune of $375,000 in Work and Income payments have been allowed to keep their names secret for now.

Motorsport: Jason Richards Memorial Trophy unveiled

The wife of the late Jason Richards says he would approve of the trophy that bears his name that will be presented to the overall winner at this weekend's ITM 400 Auckland at Pukekohe.

Further bid to block Denniston mine

Forest and Bird has initiated further court action in its bid to halt a 150-hectare escarpment mine on the West Coast's Denniston Plateau.

League: Kearney impressed by SBW's form

League: Kearney impressed by SBW's form

Sonny Bill Williams has caught the eye of most rugby league observers since his comeback and, crucially, Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney has been one of them.

League: Laumape could be rested against Raiders

Ngani Laumape is in danger of missing out on a spot in the Warriors side against Canberra on Saturday night, despite being one of their best over the last three weeks.

No West Coast applications for drought aid

Not a single West Coast farmer has applied for financial assistance following the region's drought declaration on March 22.

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