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League: Marshall in doubt for Anzac test

League: Marshall in doubt for Anzac test

Kiwis playmaker Benji Marshall is in doubt for next week's Anzac league test after leaving the field in the Wests Tigers' defeat to the Melbourne Storm last night.

Key pays tribute to Thatcher's 'courage'

Prime Minister John Key has added his tributes to Baroness Margaret Thatcher, who died yesterday of a stroke, aged 87.

EQC gets injunction to block records

The Earthquake Commission has taken out a court injunction against the insurance advocate it accidentally sent thousands of claimants; records to last month to block him from using the information.

Cricket: Ryder eyes return to cricket

Cricket: Ryder eyes return to cricket

Jesse Ryder is being targeted to make a return to cricket in the inaugural Caribbean Premier League (CPL) starting in July.

Golf: Mates score brace of aces on same hole

Golf: Mates score brace of aces on same hole

Two golfing partners have beaten odds of one in 17 million by both shooting a hole-in-one on the same hole with consecutive shots.

Hit and run suspect hands himself in

A man has today handed himself into police over the hit and run of a teenage boy crossing a road in Auckland at the weekend.

Study points way for Hector's dolphin recovery

Study points way for Hector's dolphin recovery

New Zealand's endangered Hector's dolphin population could recover if protection measures were extended to 100m deep throughout its habitat, according to a new University of Otago review.

Golf: Ko leading amateur again

Golf: Ko leading amateur again

World No1 amateur Lydia Ko has saved her best for last at the Kraft Nabisco Championship on the LPGA Tour in California to secure the leading amateur honours for the third time in a major.

Jeep search progresses in drive-by shooting case

The mystery Jeep which was parked near where roadworker George Taiaroa was shot dead almost three weeks ago may have been driven towards Taranaki, police say.

Flavell comments 'kind of blackmail': Sharples

Flavell comments 'kind of blackmail': Sharples

Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples says MP Te Ururoa Flavell's statements that he will leave politics if he does not become leader before 2014 amount to ''a kind of blackmail''.

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