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Football: Another loss for Phoenix

The Wellington Phoenix could find themselves in the bizarre position of grabbing this season's A-League wooden spoon, while boasting the golden boot winner on their roster.

League: Vatuvei injury further blow to Warriors

League: Vatuvei injury further blow to Warriors

The Warriors have a week to recover from their disastrous start before facing Sonny Bill Williams' Roosters, but they will do so without the services of Manu Vatuvei.

Drought continues to bite in Nth Island

The parched North Island won't see rain for at least a week as hot, dry weather continues to dominate in what has been described as one of the worst droughts since the 1940s.

Rugby: Blues fall in Eden Park thriller

Rugby: Blues fall in Eden Park thriller

Sir John Kirwan was expecting a physical challenge from the Bulls and he got one in a 28-21 loss today.

Basketball: Breakers lock up minor premiership

When an athlete comes up against their old team they always seem to find another level of performance.

Man killed by train named

A man killed by a train south of Te Awamutu has been named.

Softball: Black Sox win sixth world title

Softball: Black Sox win sixth world title

New Zealand have won a record sixth world softball championship after another masterful pitching performance from Jeremy Manley shut down Venezuela in today's final.

Pilot's body found after chopper crash

The body of a missing pilot has been found after a helicopter crash near Turangi yesterday.

Seatbelts not worn in fatal ute crash

Seatbelts not worn in fatal ute crash

Police say two women involved in a fatal crash on a farm north of Wanganui were not wearing seatbelts.

Mighty River admits risk

Mighty River Power has admitted its investments in geothermal exploration in Chile could come to nothing, but believes it is worth the risk given Chile's massive geothermal resources and energy demands.

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