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Football: Chatham Cup semis confirmed

The dates and kick-off times for the semifinals of this year's Chatham Cup have been confirmed.

Football: James set for French challenge

All Whites midfielder Chris James spent more than six months without a club but is keen to continue his career in France after linking with CS Sedan Ardennes earlier this month.

Novopay no longer a 'dog'

Novopay no longer a 'dog'

After pouring $45 million in to fixing Novopay, the teachers' payroll system is no longer a "dog" and teachers will be thankful that the Government has taken it over Prime Minister John Key says.

Crewe case evidence may have been fabricated: report

Crewe case evidence may have been fabricated: report

Police have admitted for the first time a key piece of evidence used to convict Arthur Allan Thomas could have been fabricated by an officer.

Sky no limit for rocket man

Sky no limit for rocket man

From a 140kmh rocket bike in Dunedin to the verge of a ''billion-dollar space industry'', Peter Beck has always been a man in a hurry.

Murder accused pleads guilty over fiery death

Murder accused pleads guilty over fiery death

A woman has pleaded guilty to murdering South Auckland man Peter Dixon, who was found dead in his Manurewa home after it caught fire in February 2012.

Boxing: Pritchard feels like she's 'blown it'

Boxing: Pritchard feels like she's 'blown it'

New Zealand's standardbearer for women's boxing feels she let the sport down today.

Inside the stranding of Flight NZ09

Inside the stranding of Flight NZ09

The 227 passengers who boarded Air New Zealand Flight 09 in Honolulu on a balmy Saturday night were expecting to land in Auckland about nine hours later.

Southern Alps snow and ice vanishing

Southern Alps snow and ice vanishing

A third of the permanent snow and ice on the Southern Alps has vanished in less than four decades, according to an analysis of aerial surveys.

Swimming: A really proud moment - Boyle

Swimming: A really proud moment - Boyle

With eight blazing lengths of the pool in Glasgow, Lauren Boyle finally ended New Zealand's 20-year wait for a gold medal in women's able-bodied swimming.

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