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Cricket: Otago on top after day one

Otago asserted their dominance over Northern Districts on day one of their Plunket Shield meeting at the Queenstown Events Centre today.

Pair killed in West Coast microlight crash named

The father of a 25-year-old man who died in a microlight crash on the West Coast says his son loved flying and being outdoors.

Call for cyber bullying controls

Call for cyber bullying controls

Rotorua coroner Wallace Bain is repeating calls for laws to be urgently set up to control cyber bullying in light of another teenager taking her life after she set up a Facebook page targeting herself.

League: Friend to miss start of Warriors' campaign

League: Friend to miss start of Warriors' campaign

Warriors hooker Nathan Friend will have more shoulder surgery next month to repair nerve damage, forcing him to miss the start of the club's 2013 NRL campaign.

Cycling: Hot times at national champs

Sweltering heat in Southland produced some fast times for the opening session of the BikeNZ national track cycling championships in Invercargill today.

Sevens: What you need to know about Wellington

Sevens: What you need to know about Wellington

Everybody knows the Wellington sevens is one of the parties of the year - but what about the action on the field? APNZ's Daniel Richardson takes a look at this weekend's two-day event.

Former All Black sentenced for assault

Former All Black sentenced for assault

Former All Black Keith Robinson has been sentenced to 300 hours' community work and nine months' supervision after he admitted bashing a man outside a pub.

Novopay could be scrapped: Govt

Novopay could be scrapped: Govt

The Government has warned it could still scrap the Novopay payroll system and has revealed that its back-up plan could include working with the previous payroll provider.

Labour nominate Mallard as Speaker

Labour nominate Mallard as Speaker

The Labour Party has accused the National-led Government of acting arrogantly in its election of a Speaker, and has nominated MP Trevor Mallard in response.

Fault hits card, eftpos transactions

A nationwide fault this morning left many shoppers unable to make transactions using ANZ/National Bank credit and direct debit cards.

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