Warm-up games often act as auditions, and New Zealand cricket
coach Mike Hesson will have his pace bowlers rehearsing their
lines during the next three days against the South African
Invitational XI in Paarl.
The driver of a 16-wheeler truck that went over a cliff while
carrying sound and visual equipment to the Rhythm & Vines
music festival in Gisborne walked away unhurt.
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has invited media to "a
press conference like no other" to promote the launch of his
new file sharing website.
A teenage woman was sexually assaulted by a stranger in Te
Awamutu early on Boxing Day.
A new cyclone is forming in the Coral Sea, just two weeks
after Cyclone Evan tore through the Pacific.
A man who attacked two police officers in Huntly on Christmas
Day is being urged to turn himself in before the local
Specialist cavers and a rescue helicopter will today resume
their search for a tramper missing in Kahurangi National Park
New Zealand footballer Chris Wood has moved from English
Premier League side West Bromwich Albion to Championship team
Leicester in a $2.95 million deal, according to reports in
Rescue staff are renewing calls for trampers to carry
emergency beacons after the partner of a wounded Dunedin
woman descended Mitre Peak and kayaked back to Milford
village to raise the alarm.
Some New Zealanders go to their bach during the holidays,
others to their crib.
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