Tennis: Erakovic enjoys rare singles win

Tennis: Erakovic enjoys rare singles win

Marina Erakovic spent considerably more time in the locker room than on the court overnight as she breezed through to the second round at the French Open.

League: Netball NZ boss new Bulldogs chief

Netball New Zealand chief executive Raelene Castle has been confirmed as the new chief executive of the Bulldogs rugby league outfit, becoming the first female boss of a club since the NRL was formed in 1998.

Dunne denies leaking spy report

Dunne denies leaking spy report

Labour Leader David Shearer has joined Winston Peters in raising questions over whether Peter Dunne was involved in leaking to the media Rebecca Kitteridge's report revealing potential illegal spying by the GCSB.

Assignment4u shut down

A website alleged to have helped tertiary students to cheat on assignments has been shut down and police are now investigating.

Cops assaulted in Christchurch red light district

Cops assaulted in Christchurch red light district

Two police officers were attacked, with one female constable allegedly punched in the face by a former professional boxer, during a routine stop in Christchurch's red light district on Friday night.

Schoolgirl denies sex charges

A schoolgirl has denied charges of sexually abusing young girls and making intimate recordings.

Man to face trial over Auckland sleepout death

A man charged over the death of a young hairdresser in the sleepout of her family's south Auckland home will face trial.

Teacher pleads not guilty to sex abuse

A teacher accused of sexually abusing six students has pleaded not guilty and will face trial in March next year.

Support for Labour slides - poll

Support for Labour has taken a slide while National has picked up support in the wake of this year's Budget, according to a new poll.

Dunedin computer users harder to hack

Dunedin internet users have better wi-fi security than Auckland and and Wellington, making them harder for computer hackers to access.

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