APNZ

Rugby: Henry issues public apology

Rugby: Henry issues public apology

Blues assistant coach Sir Graham Henry has issued a public apology after he heavily criticised match officials following his side's loss to the Crusaders in Christchurch last weekend.

Pedestrian hit in Rotorua

A man has been hit by a car in central Rotorua.

Netball: Netball boss linked to Bulldogs role

Netball New Zealand chief executive Raelene Castle is reportedly on a shortlist to take over as Bulldogs chief executive as the NRL pushes for more women to be involved at all levels of the sport.

Man dies after head-on truck crash

One man has died after a head-on crash between two trucks in the Bay of Islands this morning.

Kiwi charged over big Aussie drug haul

Kiwi charged over big Aussie drug haul

A New Zealand woman faces 10 years in prison after she allegedly flew into Australia with 8.5kg of methamphetamine in her luggage.

Don't trust Chinese: Ex-Fonterra head

Don't trust Chinese: Ex-Fonterra head

Former Fonterra chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden has warned exporters to be wary of fraudulent behaviour when doing business in China, saying: "Don't ever trust them ... never."

Dragged mum had promised cash to kids

Dragged mum had promised cash to kids

A woman who was dragged behind a car she had just bought had earlier told three of her children that she was going to give them $100 each when she returned with the new vehicle.

Rugby: Hore next in line to exit ABs?

Rugby: Hore next in line to exit ABs?

Ali Williams went on the front foot to announce his retirement from the international game, a move that saved him and All Blacks coach Steve Hansen from having a difficult conversation.

Rugby: Carter keeps grip on No 10 jersey

Rugby: Carter keeps grip on No 10 jersey

Dan Carter's short-term future in the All Blacks appears to be in the playmaker's role, despite his ability to play in the midfield and the increasing competition from Aaron Cruden.

Plan to help children 'not just food'

The Government's plan to ensure children don't go hungry at school will go beyond providing them with food, Prime Minister John Key says.

Syndicate content