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Driver killed at Hanmer rally

Driver killed at Hanmer rally

A 54-year-old rally driver has died after his car hit a tree during a Hanmer Forest rally today.

Women accused of home invasion

Three Masterton women are in custody following an alleged home invasion on Wednesday night.

Cat's agony in cruel trap

A cat whose paw was caught in a steel leg-hold trap dragged it around for days before being euthanised last night, prompting the SPCA to condemn the traps as cruel.

Cricket: NZ struggling in tour match

Cricket: NZ struggling in tour match

New Zealand have suffered a reality check to their first test preparations after struggling on the second day of the warm-up match against the England Lions in Leicester overnight.

League: A golden period for the game in Wellington

League: A golden period for the game in Wellington

When Simon Mannering leads the Warriors out on to Westpac Stadium to meet the Bulldogs tonight it may remind him of his first full season playing league when he was part of the Wellington under-18 side in 2004. APNZ's Daniel Richardson takes a look back at a golden period in Wellington rugby league.

Rugby: Ta'avao making giant strides in Blues' front row

Rugby: Ta'avao making giant strides in Blues' front row

Character drives the soul of a rugby team. It delivers those who thrive on hard work.

Rugby: Young hookers may be in ABs' sights

Rugby: Young hookers may be in ABs' sights

It took just 23 minutes for the arguments to re-emerge.

Equestrian: Golden plan to keep equestrian stars on top of podium

New Zealand bronze medallists in the teams competition at last year's London Olympics; Andrew Nicholson victorious at three successive four star events, most recently Kentucky last month; and Jock Paget triumphs on his first attempt at Badminton this week.

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.

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