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Athletics: Marathon journey ahead for Wilson

Nobody has ever completed the marathon journey known as the Cook to Cook in one outing. Sarah Wilson is about to have her second crack at it and, as APNZ's Daniel Richardson found out, she's lucky to be around to have another chance.

Tennis: Jerzy fits comfortably on tour

A cheque for US$435 was the reward for Jerzy Janowicz when he began his 2012 campaign by bombing out of a Futures tournament in Glasgow at the hands of David Rice - the world's 499th best tennis player.

Injured man recalls cop's 'angry eyes'

Injured man recalls cop's 'angry eyes'

A young Wellington man whose neck was broken when police raided a party he was at, can still see the intense "angry" eyes of the officer he says caused the injury.

Wellingtonians urged to save water

Wellingtonians are being urged to save water as the region enters a critical period for water supply.

Many pitch in to assist ill diver

Many hands made light work of a rescue emergency at Wainui Beach, Gisborne yesterday morning.

Property listings scarce

Home buyers had little to choose from last month as new property listings nationally hit a record low.

Six-year-old run over by trailer

Six-year-old run over by trailer

A six-year-old boy has been rushed to Tauranga Hospital after he was run over by a trailer in Te Puke.

Police hunt 'cowardly' attacker

Police hunt 'cowardly' attacker

A 62-year-old woman, violently raped on New Year's Day, has spoken of her ordeal to detectives hunting for the "dangerous" man who attacked her.

Tennis: Auckland agrees with Wickmayer

Tennis: Auckland agrees with Wickmayer

Yanina Wickmayer has quickly taken a liking to the ASB Classic.

Ex-TV star plans insurance company court battle

Former children's TV star Ollie Ohlson is launching a High Court legal battle after being left disgruntled that his earthquake-ravaged Canterbury home was deemed a 'repair' by his insurance company.

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