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Cycling: Simpson joins Luxembourg team

Auckland cyclist Myron Simpson will join Luxembourg-based UCI Continental cycling team Differdange-Magic SportFood next season.

Meeting over Ruapehu eruption fears

Meeting over Ruapehu eruption fears

Organisers of an adventure run on the slopes of Mt Ruapehu are meeting volcanologists amid fears it could erupt in coming weeks.

Rugby: Gibson signs with Waratahs

Former Crusaders assistant coach Daryl Gibson has signed with the Waratahs coaching staff for next season.

Cricket: Mustard in for Aces

English batsman Phil Mustard has been announced as one of the Aces overseas professionals for the HRV Cup.

Man killed in Ashburton fire named

A man who died in a fire near Ashburton on Friday has been named as Neil Donald Molloy.

Twilight fan drank himself to death

A man whose body was found after a screening of a Twilight film in Wellington died from excessive alcohol, a coroner has found.

Shearer calls vote for Labour leadership

Shearer calls vote for Labour leadership

Labour leader David Shearer has called on his colleagues to endorse his leadership at a caucus vote tomorrow, which he says will show he has its support and end speculation.

Cunliffe backs Shearer - for now

David Cunliffe says he will support Labour leader David Shearer in any immediate caucus vote - but he will not rule out challenging for the leadership in February.

Police think Timaru boy abducted

Police think Timaru boy abducted

Police are treating the case of a 9-year-old boy found bloodied and distressed on a rural Canterbury bridge as a suspected abduction.

Ngai Tahu hits back at claims of 'dividing Maoridom'

Mark Solomon, the chairman of South Island iwi Ngai Tahu, has hit back at Labour MP Shane Jones' criticism that the tribe has "divided Maoridom" by supporting the Crown in its legal battle with the Maori Council over asset sales.

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