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One can of fizzy a day increases diabetes risk

Drinking one can of fizzy drink a day can increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by a fifth, researchers have found.

Police challenge sports star's name suppression

Police challenge sports star's name suppression

Police have made a rare legal move to overturn a judge's decision to award a drink-driving sportswoman a discharge without conviction and permanent name suppression.

League: Warriors ready for clash with the Titans

League: Warriors ready for clash with the Titans

There's a widespread belief the Warriors are much better than their position on the NRL ladder suggests and Sunday's home game against Gold Coast is a chance for them to prove it.

Supermarket workers protest against pay cut

Supermarket workers protest against pay cut

Supermarket workers are picketing against a pay cut for new teenage workers as the new youth wage comes into effect today.

Conveyor belt drags worker into machinery

A young employee was taken to hospital after spending an hour trapped in a machine with his arm caught in a conveyer belt at Auckland's Snow Planet.

Couple plead guilty over dog attack

A Methven couple have pleaded guilty to a raft of dog control charges after their dogs escaped and attacked five people.

Maurice for Mayor gains support

Maurice for Mayor gains support

The political right is already hailing the prospect of Maurice Williamson as Mayor of Auckland as a potential "circuit breaker" for local government in the Super City after the National MP yesterday confirmed he was considering running.

Rugby: Some Crusaders 'not doing their jobs'

Rugby: Some Crusaders 'not doing their jobs'

Some of the Crusaders players aren't doing their jobs, says fullback Israel Dagg, who has not omitted himself from criticism.

Cricket: Horne lured to coaching

Matt Horne walked away from first-class cricket in 2006 thinking he would go in another direction but constantly found himself taking the path back to the game.

Couple plead guilty over dog attack

Couple plead guilty over dog attack

A Methven couple have pleaded guilty to a raft of dog control charges after their dogs escaped and attacked five people.

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