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Diners will think twice before eating insects: chefs

Top New Zealand chefs say it will be a long time before diners here will be able to stomach ordering insects for dinner.

Rugby: Question marks over back three but Piutau a positive

Rugby: Question marks over back three but Piutau a positive

The All Blacks' outside backs, rather than the midfield, are Steve Hansen's biggest concerns heading into the June tests against France.

League: Big jump in player payments for Kiwis

The prospect of playing international rugby league just got more appealing for New Zealand's top talent, with players set to earn A$20,000 for every one-off test against Australia under a new collective bargaining agreement.

Ships collide off East Cape

A cargo ship has been ordered to cease operations at the Port of Tauranga after a fishing vessel was struck off East Cape.

League: Mateo reaches milestone

Back-rower Feleti Mateo will play his 150th NRL and 62nd consecutive game for the Warriors when they take on the Panthers in Penrith on Saturday night.

Rugby: Conrad Smith says he feels fine

Rugby: Conrad Smith says he feels fine

Hurricanes' skipper Conrad Smith has surprised himself with how well he has recovered following the sickening head knock he suffered against the Bulls in Pretoria just over a week ago.

Rugby: Moala may play against Crusaders

Rugby: Moala may play against Crusaders

Blues' winger George Moala could play in this weekend's clash against the Crusaders in Christchurch, despite facing serious assault charges.

Roper found guilty of murder

Roper found guilty of murder

Nikki Roper has been found guilty of murdering his ex-girlfriend Alexsis Tovizi in a jealous, revenge-driven rage.

Labour pains helped save couple from fire

Labour pains helped save couple from fire

A Mount Maunganui woman's labour pains helped save her and her young family when they woke to find their house on fire.

Concern for man missing in Waikato

Waikato police are looking for a missing Buller man who has not been seen since leaving a Te Kuiti campground yesterday morning.

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