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Horan plans to face his accusers

Horan plans to face his accusers

MP Brendan Horan says he has done nothing wrong and felt he was treated unfairly in his expulsion from NZ First's caucus - and has indicated he will return to Parliament to face his accusers soon rather than hide away.

Cricket: Vettori out of tour

Cricket: Vettori out of tour

As if the challenge isn't big enough already, New Zealand will have to tackle world No 1 South Africa without their most experienced player next month.

Christchurch teachers meet over school changes

Christchurch teachers will decide today what sort of industrial action they will take over the proposed school changes.

Police hunt dangerous fugitive

The hunt for dangerous gang associate Jackson Manson was sparked after a pistol was found in his abandoned car.

Police consider charges over eel deaths

Police are seeking legal advice on appropriate charges for two men who slaughtered tame eels from the Willowbank Wildlife Reserve.

Endurance athletes may be harming hearts - study

The long bouts of hard exercise done by triathletes and marathon runners may be trimming years off their lives by causing tiny tears within their hearts, emerging research suggests.

Rough weather on the way

Rough weather on the way

One last rough patch of weather is on its way before the country will settle into a calm December, a forecaster says.

Golf: Otago and Waikato make perfect start

Otago and Waikato made perfect starts to the Toro Men's Interprovincial at the Otago Golf Club today.

Cricket: Otago pick up key win

Cricket: Otago pick up key win

Otago consolidated second place in the Plunket Shield standings after they accounted for Auckland inside three days at the Eden Park Outer Oval today.

Swimming: High performance coach leaves NZ national body

Scott Talbot, one of Swimming New Zealand's three high performance coaches, is to take up a new role in Australia.

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