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League: Warriors not risking Hurrell

League: Warriors not risking Hurrell

Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell is out of the Kiwis' Four Nations campaign.

Resounding win for National

Resounding win for National

Forget dirty politics, high-profile scalps and accusations of lies and spies - John Key swept all aside last night to win an historic third term as Prime Minister.

Opposition parties denied airtime - Cunliffe

Opposition parties denied airtime - Cunliffe

Labour leader David Cunliffe says opposition parties were denied crucial airtime during the election campaign which saw them losing votes across the board.

Road ends for Internet-Mana

Road ends for Internet-Mana

After months of trying to set the agenda for the election, Kim Dotcom last night saw the aspirations of his political party crash and burn.

Key's chance to take firm place in history

Key's chance to take firm place in history

He made his way through a tumultuous campaign, enjoying popularity in the preferred PM's stakes previously unheard of. His party successfully negotiated potentially destabilising scandals, a global economic crisis and a devastating natural disaster. And last night John Phillip Key, 53, was rewarded for that performance.

Leadership crucial as Labour rebuilds

Leadership crucial as Labour rebuilds

Labour's stumble into nine years in the political wilderness will force one of the biggest rebuilding projects in the party's almost 100-year history.

Minor parties stay minnows

Election 2014 was a night to forget for the minor parties as the National juggernaut left the Conservative Party, the Greens, New Zealand First, Internet-Mana, the Maori Party and Act reeling last night.

Rugby: Hawkes Bay retains the Shield

Rugby: Hawkes Bay retains the Shield

Hawkes Bay deserved their 36-17 win over Bay of Plenty given a convincing second defence led by halfback Chris Eaton and first five-eighths Ihaia West.

Could robots replace the trusty sheepdog?

Could robots replace the trusty sheepdog?

European academics have released a study outlining an algorithm they discovered for herding sheep, but New Zealand farmers reckon the trusty sheepdog will be a fixture of farm life for while yet.

Fire at Mataura freezing works

Fire at Mataura freezing works

A fire has broken out at a freezing works operation in Mataura.

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