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Children fall to infectious virus

Children fall to infectious virus

Dozens of dehydrated children are needing hospital treatment as a result of hand, foot and mouth disease.

Netball: Pulse hammered by Vixens in Melbourne

Netball: Pulse hammered by Vixens in Melbourne

It's one step forward, two steps back with the Central Pulse.

Stolen adrenalin could be deadly

Police say 10 vials of adrenalin stolen from an ambulance kit in Wairoa could be deadly in the wrong hands.

Rugby: Backline reshuffle likely for Hurricanes

Rugby: Backline reshuffle likely for Hurricanes

The Hurricanes are likely to be without captain Conrad Smith for next Saturday's clash with the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.

Equestrian: Nicholson starts strongly in grand slam quest

The margin between Andrew Nicholson and William Fox-Pitt, both vying for equestrian's grand slam at this weekend's Badminton, could hardly be closer but they both sit behind early leader Michael Jung of Germany.

League: Warriors hang on for crucial win

League: Warriors hang on for crucial win

There was an imposing gloom around Mt Smart Stadium this afternoon but the Warriors' season looks a lot brighter after a much-needed win over the Titans.

Boxing: Kiwi heavyweight pinned as Parker's tune-up

Las Vegas-domiciled Kiwi boxer Brice Ritani-Coe is set to be confirmed as Joseph Parker's opponent for a tune-up fight ahead of his bout with Francois Botha in Auckland on June 13.

Video: Week shapes up as a wet one

Video: Week shapes up as a wet one

 Weather analyst Philip Duncan lets us know what to expect in terms of weather this week which is shaping up to be a wet one.

 

League: GB planning 2015 tour Down Under

A tour by Great Britain to Australia and New Zealand in 2015 has been approved in principle by rugby league's international federation as part of an increasing commitment to grow the game on the world stage.

League: Nines tournament for Eden Park next year

The proposed multi-million dollar Auckland League Nines tournament is set to be staged at Eden Park in February next year.

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