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Golf: Lydia Ko to return to NZ PGA

Golf: Lydia Ko to return to NZ PGA

World No 1 amateur Lydia Ko has confirmed she will once again be gracing the fairways of the The Hills at next year's NZ PGA Championship in Queenstown.

Cricket: Watling wanting to continue form

Cricket: Watling wanting to continue form

BJ Watling has perhaps been the only Black Cap to enhance his reputation in Sri Lanka, something he hopes to continue in tonight's final one-dayer.

Basketball: Adams makes debut for Pitt

Highly-touted Kiwi and probable future NBA draft pick Steven Adams began his college basketball career in solid style on the weekend.

Cricket: Keenan appointed White Ferns' coach

World Cup-winning White Fern Katrina Keenan has been appointed as the team's new coach, New Zealand Cricket announced today.

Police hunt dangerous trio

Police hunt dangerous trio

A convicted paedophile, a fellow parole abscondee and an associate may be hiding in the Arthur's Pass or West Coast area, police say.

Stockton mine cuts $32m, more savings sought

Buller's Stockton opencast mine is cutting $32 million from its budget, but needs to save more by making shift changes or its viability will be in doubt, says the mine manager.

Hockey: Junior Black Sticks earn draw

A gutsy second half and a last minute goal has seen the junior men's Black Sticks draw 3-3 against Pakistan in their first game of the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia today.

One dead after Northland crash

One dead after Northland crash

The driver of a stolen vehicle has died and another man is in hospital with serious injuries from a two-car crash in Bay of Plenty.

Teacher faces more abuse charges

Police have today laid further charges against a Northland school teacher awaiting sentence for child sex abuse.

Rotorua parties erupt into violence

Two people are in hospital with fractured skulls after large scale disorder erupted at a series or parties in Rotorua.

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