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Netball: Aussie replaces Taurua at Magic

The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Netball Zone has announced Australian Julie Fitzgerald as the new head coach of the Magic.

Football: NZF CEO Grant McKavanagh resigns

Football: NZF CEO Grant McKavanagh resigns

New Zealand Football are on the lookout for a new chief executive after Grant McKavanagh announced his resignation from a position he has held for two years.

Video: Dumb crim's burglary fail

Video: Dumb crim's burglary fail

The antics of a hapless Kaitaia burglar are entertaining thousands of people thanks to CCTV.

Missing 8-year-old boy safe and well

An 8-year-old Auckland runaway found safe and well today was using public transport and "hanging out with other young people", police said.

Pedestrian hit by truck dies

Pedestrian hit by truck dies

A middle-aged man was killed after being involved in a collision with a truck near Wellington early this morning.

Pro-women plan rattles Labour

Pro-women plan rattles Labour

Former Labour president Mike Williams says a proposal to allow the party to stop men from seeking selection as candidates in some electorates is "discriminatory" and will turn male voters off it.

Horses left starving on seized farm

Ten horses were left to starve on lawyer Barry Hart's property after it was seized by the bank, leaving at least two in an emaciated state.

Immigration fight for couple with 40-year age gap

Immigration fight for couple with 40-year age gap

A couple's age gap of nearly 40 years is being cited as one of the reasons Immigration New Zealand declined an Indian man's visa application - a move he says is "ageist".

Drivers hit with double-whammy at pump

Drivers hit with double-whammy at pump

An industry-led rise and a tax increase have pushed petrol prices to equal a record high reached last year.

Rugby: Retallick eyes clash against ABs teammates

Rugby: Retallick eyes clash against ABs teammates

Brodie Retallick won't deny it - he is relishing the opportunity to come up against fellow All Black locks Sam Whitelock and Luke Romano in Christchurch tonight.

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