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Cricket: Central extend lead in Plunket Shield

Central Districts made short work of Otago on day four of their Plunket Shield match in Napier today, winning by 10 wickets.

Animal cruelty charges possible

Animal cruelty charges possible

Police are considering animal cruelty charges after a group of teenagers appeared to force a kitten to inhale the contents of a makeshift bong.

Rugby: Three changes for All Blacks

Rugby: Three changes for All Blacks

The All Blacks have made three changes to their starting team as they focus on making the last big push for the season against a hugely physical England team that will come at them down route one.

Bennett tells Ardern: 'Zip it, sweetie'

Bennett tells Ardern: 'Zip it, sweetie'

The Speaker has given the tick of approval for MPs to tell others to 'zip it, sweetie' despite a furore after Social Development Minister Paula Bennett used the phrase today while trying to silence interjections by Labour's Jacinda Ardern.

Athletics: Adams 'nearly officially divorced'

Athletics: Adams 'nearly officially divorced'

Champion shot putter Valerie Adams says she is "nearly officially divorced''.

Equestrian: NZ hopes high for Mounted Games

New Zealand's hopes for next year's Mounted Games World Team Championships are looking golden, according to coach and selector Scott Borland.

Security van robbery attempt fails

A man has fled empty-handed after attempting to rob a security van on Auckland's Dominion Rd.

Dotcom wants to buy Coatesville mansion

Dotcom wants to buy Coatesville mansion

Kim Dotcom is eager to buy the mansion which the Government barred him from owning.

Arrests follow police drug raids

One of the two men arrested and charged with 'P' manufacture or supply offences after armed police raided homes in Welcome Bay and Arataki yesterday remains behind bars.

Jail for Christchurch armed robbery

Jail for Christchurch armed robbery

A teenage gang member who ambushed a struggling, quake-affected Christchurch dairy owner repeatedly stabbed him as he tried to rob his day's takings.

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