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Police cars torched in Lyttelton

Police cars torched in Lyttelton

Two police cars have been torched in suspected arson attacks in Lyttelton overnight.

Rugby: Henry issues public apology

Rugby: Henry issues public apology

Blues assistant coach Sir Graham Henry has issued a public apology after he heavily criticised match officials following his side's loss to the Crusaders in Christchurch last weekend.

Pedestrian hit in Rotorua

A man has been hit by a car in central Rotorua.

Netball: Netball boss linked to Bulldogs role

Netball New Zealand chief executive Raelene Castle is reportedly on a shortlist to take over as Bulldogs chief executive as the NRL pushes for more women to be involved at all levels of the sport.

Man dies after head-on truck crash

One man has died after a head-on crash between two trucks in the Bay of Islands this morning.

Kiwi charged over big Aussie drug haul

Kiwi charged over big Aussie drug haul

A New Zealand woman faces 10 years in prison after she allegedly flew into Australia with 8.5kg of methamphetamine in her luggage.

Don't trust Chinese: Ex-Fonterra head

Don't trust Chinese: Ex-Fonterra head

Former Fonterra chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden has warned exporters to be wary of fraudulent behaviour when doing business in China, saying: "Don't ever trust them ... never."

Dragged mum had promised cash to kids

Dragged mum had promised cash to kids

A woman who was dragged behind a car she had just bought had earlier told three of her children that she was going to give them $100 each when she returned with the new vehicle.

Rugby: Hore next in line to exit ABs?

Rugby: Hore next in line to exit ABs?

Ali Williams went on the front foot to announce his retirement from the international game, a move that saved him and All Blacks coach Steve Hansen from having a difficult conversation.

Rugby: Carter keeps grip on No 10 jersey

Rugby: Carter keeps grip on No 10 jersey

Dan Carter's short-term future in the All Blacks appears to be in the playmaker's role, despite his ability to play in the midfield and the increasing competition from Aaron Cruden.

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