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Rugby: Deans told to reapply for Wallabies job

Rugby: Deans told to reapply for Wallabies job

Wallabies coach Robbie Deans will have to reapply for his position when his contract runs out at the end of the year, the new Australia Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver says.

Explosives threat in Auckland

Buildings were evacuated and a cordon placed around a central Auckland intersection this morning after two bags thought to contain explosives were found.

Convicted murderer recalled to prison

A convicted murderer has been recalled to prison after she was arrested for breaching her parole conditions.

Bashed pensioner overwhelmed by support

The Kawerau woman brutally bashed in her home just before New Year's Eve has been overwhelmed by support from her community.

Man charged after baby injured

A man has been charged with assault after a 9-month-old boy was seriously injured in Rotorua two weeks ago.

Tornado hits Kaikoura

A small tornado in Kaikoura has lifted a roof and brought down power lines in the coastal township.

Wild weather to ease after night of havoc

Wild weather to ease after night of havoc

Campers have fallen victim to an atrocious start to the year, with heavy rain, gales and snow plaguing the South Island and lower North Island.

Fire destroys house north of Auckland

A waterfront house in Waiwera Beach north of Auckland has been destroyed in an early morning blaze.

Student-loan dodgers face tough crackdown

Student-loan dodgers face tough crackdown

The Government plans to hound student loan holders who have gone overseas leaving big debts behind.

Cricket: Signs may point to start for Wagner

Cricket: Signs may point to start for Wagner

Left-armer Neil Wagner's chances of making the second test against South Africa may have taken a jump, if observing today's New Zealand training session is any sort of guide.

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