Cycling: Carter Jones climbs into yellow

American Carter Jones of Bissell Pro Cycling has climbed his way into the lead in the Tour of Southland, after winning the 179km stage from Te Anau to the Crown Range, near Arrowtown today.

Toddler didn't want to stay with murder accused

Little JJ didn't want to stay behind with his stepfather, and tried to follow his mother out of the house on the morning that the Crown says the child died.

Basketball: Jackson in action at both ends

Basketball: Jackson in action at both ends

As the leader of the Breakers' offence and one of their best at the defensive end, Cedric Jackson knows more than most about the shifting dynamic between the two.

Manhunt after sexual assault

Manhunt after sexual assault

Police in Napier are looking for a male who sexually assaulted an 11-year-old girl in a green belt area of the city.

Police appeal gang decision

Police are appealing a High Court decision to throw out charges against 21 Nelson gang members after police tried to falsely prosecute an undercover officer to boost his credibility within the group.

Cricket: National body names new president and director

Long-serving New Zealand Cricket board member and former test player Stephen Boock was named today as the new president of New Zealand Cricket.

CTV rescue: 'No one was listening'

A demolition contractor told the inquest into the CTV deaths this afternoon that he was frustrated at the efforts of untrained rescuers.

League: Peyroux signs with Warriors

Gold Coast utility back Dominique Peyroux today became the fourth new player signed by the Warriors for next season.

Rugby: Black Ferns without skipper for England tour

Black Ferns Coach Brian Evans has named his 26-strong squad to travel to England for a three-match tour this month and the side will have a new captain as Victoria Grant has been ruled out with injury.

Cricket: Black Caps looking to reverse trend

Cricket: Black Caps looking to reverse trend

Considering their record in the country, you'd think the New Zealand cricket side would be used to having dark ominous clouds hovering over them in Sri Lanka.

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