A New Zealander is arrested overseas or detained at an
airport every week, a third of them by the strict authorities
in the United States.
If you're looking for answers as to why the All Blacks appear
to have moved up to a new level over the past two weeks in
Argentina and South Africa, you probably need to start with
how they prepare for matches.
Otago captain Shannon Francois has been called into the
Silver Ferns for the Australian leg of the Quad Series due to
an injury to midcourter Grace Rasmussen.
The whitebaiter swept out to sea at the Rakaia River mouth
last night has been named by police.
The third annual Rotorua Zombie Walk will take place later
this month despite calls to cancel the event.
Experienced New Zealand swimmers Melissa Ingram and Glenn
Snyders both won silver medals on the second day of the FINA
World Cup in Doha today.
Noeline Taurua has been reappointed coach of the Waikato Bay
of Plenty Magic but says winning back-to-back ANZ
Championship titles isn't necessarily her main goal.
New Zealand No1 Danny Lee needs to deliver something special
in the next three weeks to avoid losing his PGA Tour card.
Slow internet access is New Zealand's number one "first world
problem", a survey has found.
Solid Energy says some Spring Creek Mine contractors have not
been paid because things are "a bit messy".
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