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Man seriously hurt in cow attack

Man seriously hurt in cow attack

A man attacked by a longhorn cattle beast has been flown to hospital by the Palmerston North Rescue helicopter with serious stomach and chest injuries.

Golf: Aussie amateur win NZ Open

Golf: Aussie amateur win NZ Open

Australian golfer Jake Higginbottom has broken a 56-year drought to become the first amateur to win the New Zealand Open since Harry Berwick triumphed in 1956.

Cricket: Black Caps batting after winning the toss

New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat in the second cricket test against Sri Lanka in Colombo.

Football: Draw a timely boost for Phoenix

After snatching a 1-1 draw with Perth Glory last night, the Wellington Phoenix have laid the foundation for a string of good results, according to assistant coach Chris Greenacre.

The Govt 'doesn't care' about Dotcom: PM

The Govt 'doesn't care' about Dotcom: PM

Prime Minister John Key says the Government doesn't care about Kim Dotcom and neither do most New Zealanders.

Man flown to hospital after motorcycle accident

A man has been airlifted to Waikato Hospital with head and chest injuries after falling from his motorbike near National Park this afternoon.

Police deny ticket quota in cellphone blitz

Police in two Auckland crime districts have pulled off the uncanny feat of issuing exactly the same number of tickets in the past year.

Argentine court reduces Kiwi's sentence

Sharon Armstrong's jail term in Argentina for cocaine smuggling has been reduced on appeal.

Rugby: All Blacks call-ups for Elliot and Taylor

Hooker Hika Elliot and utility back Tom Taylor have been called into the All Blacks as the squad deals with injuries and another judicial issue.

Fatal crash in Napier

Fatal crash in Napier

A 38-year-old man was killed today when his light truck collided with a logging truck in Napier, throwing him into the inner harbour.

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