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Coleman says 'no evidence' to back spying claim

There is "no evidence" surveillance was organised by the military against a Kiwi journalist working in Afghanistan, says Defence Minister Jonathan Coleman.

Hawkes Bay teen finds internet fame

Hawkes Bay teen finds internet fame

Jamie Curry's videos about anything and everything have attracted millions of fans from around the world. She is regularly stopped in the street by fans and has had media requests from as far afield as Belgium and Hungary.

Fog delays Auckland flights

Fog in Auckland has cancelled or delayed regional flights, but the main domestic routes and international flights have not affected.

Swimming: Boyle slashes record to make final

Lauren Boyle has wiped a massive amount off her own national 1500m freestyle record to qualify for the final on the second day of heats at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Barcelona.

NZ father and son killed climbing K2

NZ father and son killed climbing K2

A New Zealand father and son's tent has been found wrecked and vital climbing tools left abandoned, confirming worst fears they have been swept away and killed in an avalanche on the world's deadliest mountain.

Cricket: NZ in line to host World Cup semi

Cricket: NZ in line to host World Cup semi

World Cup history is set to repeat in 2015, with Eden Park expected to receive the plum of a semifinal when details of the tournament are unveiled in Wellington today.

Video: Team NZ put Top Gun to work

Video: Team NZ put Top Gun to work

Tom Cruise thought it was just going to be a journey back to the jetty. Instead, he and 18-year-old son Connor were put to work on Emirates Team New Zealand's AC72 catamaran.

Rugby: Six things the Chiefs got right this season

Rugby: Six things the Chiefs got right this season

Getting success out of a team is hard to do and harder to quantify.

Rugby: St Kentigern success breeds suspicion

Unbeaten in 45 games, reigning Auckland, national and world champions St Kentigern College have set new standards in excellence but have divided the schoolboy rugby fraternity in their pursuit of success.

Rugby: All Black turned down 'big' school

Rugby: All Black turned down 'big' school

For All Black Kieran Read, widely regarded as one of the world's best loose forwards, enjoying his final school years was more important than playing winning rugby.

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