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Rugby: Steamers have it all in front of them

The Bay of Plenty Steamers have next season's ITM Cup destiny in their own hands when they travel to Nelson to play Tasman on Thursday.

Football: Moss and Paston set for another duel

Football: Moss and Paston set for another duel

If you were hoping to read about how Mark Paston and Glen Moss were locked in a bitter rivalry to claim the starting goalkeeper's role at the Wellington Phoenix, the following might disappoint.

Rugby: New focus for Smith paying off

Rugby: New focus for Smith paying off

In his first year with the team, All Black halfback Aaron Smith has experienced many of the highs and lows of test rugby and has settled on a new plan - don't get ahead of yourself.

Missing soldier's body found

Missing soldier's body found

The family of Private Michael Ross say they are relieved the soldier's body has been found, a week after he fell into a lake near Waiouru.

Football: Reid recovers after being knocked out

Winston Reid's West Ham might have got the better of Ryan Nelsen's QPR 2-1 this morning (NZ time) in the first English Premier League match to feature two New Zealanders, but it was an otherwise unhappy time for Reid.

More job losses at Stockton

More companies contracting to Solid Energy say they are laying off staff as the state coalminer begins "optimising production" at its Stockton Mine.

League: Kiwis selectors play hard-ball

League: Kiwis selectors play hard-ball

The Kiwis selectors will hope their side plays with the same hard edge they have displayed considering they have dropped a handful of big names from the 19-man squad for the one-off test against Australia in Townsville on October 13.

Man's arm caught in harvester

Man's arm caught in harvester

A man is in a serious condition in Christchurch Hospital after getting his arm caught in a harvester on a Barrhill property in Canterbury this afternoon.

Second arrest after Taita death

Second arrest after Taita death

A second man has been arrested and charged with manslaughter over the death of 52-year-old man in Taita last month.

League: Five return for Junior Kiwis

League: Five return for Junior Kiwis

The Junior Kiwis selectors have today named a squad of 18 for their match against the Junior Kangaroos in Townsville on October 13, including five members of last year's side that beat their Australian rivals 28-16.

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