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Rugby: Hansen keeps things grounded

Rugby: Hansen keeps things grounded

The first thing Steve Hansen did before starting his press conference the day after the All Blacks' big win over Argentina was to remove the Rugby Championship and another match trophy from the top table.

Tennis: Hawkes Bay junior wins

Hawkes Bay junior Finn Reynolds has won the Australian 12s Spring Nationals tennis title, played at Sydney's Olympic Park Tennis Centre this afternoon.

Man charged over Taita death

Man charged over Taita death

A Lower Hutt man has been charged with manslaughter after a Taita man died in a driveway near his home last month.

Netball: New agreement struck

A new collective agreement will take effect for next year's ANZ netball championship season.

ASB apologises after 'technical issue'

ASB Bank has apologised after a technical glitch this morning caused headaches for customers using its Eftpos, mobile and online banking services.

South leads way as crime rate drops

South leads way as crime rate drops

New Zealand's crime rate has dropped to an all-time low and the South is leading the way, latest figures reveal.

Could Greymouth be renamed?

Could Greymouth be renamed?

A play about Maori leasehold land in Greymouth has revived an idea to rename the town 'Mawhera' as a symbolic gesture toward racial harmony.

Boy (11) survives night in bush

An 11-year-old Christchurch boy survived a night in dense bush on the West Coast at the weekend after he became lost while on a walk with three other boys.

Laws interview 'abusively personal'

Laws interview 'abusively personal'

Broadcaster Michael Laws will read a statement summarising a Broadcasting Standards Authority decision upholding a complaint over a radio interview in which he asked a woman to "wear a muzzle".

Police hunt armed man in Far North

Police hunt armed man in Far North

Police hunting a Far North man who pulled a firearm from his car before fleeing into the bush have issued a warrant for his arrest.

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