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'Feral' comment after crash offensive: Slater

'Feral' comment after crash offensive: Slater

Cameron "Whaleoil" Slater says he wouldn't have called the victim of a fatal car crash in Greymouth "feral" if he'd known all the facts about the incident.

Fire damages Christchurch hall

Fire damages Christchurch hall

A large hall has been seriously damaged by a fire in Christchurch overnight.

Rugby: Smith casting shadow over other halfbacks

Rugby: Smith casting shadow over other halfbacks

With just under 12 months to go until the World Cup, Aaron Smith is casting such a big shadow over the other halfbacks in the country it's hard to see how they will get a chance to convince the selectors they are up to featuring in the All Blacks' title defence.

Rugby: Taranaki take top spot

Rugby: Taranaki take top spot

Whether blowing away the opposition, edging nail-biters or grinding out patchy victories - Taranaki just keep on winning.

Armed police raid in Invercargill

Armed police raid in Invercargill

An armed police raid in Invercargill has uncovered $20,000 in drugs and cash.

Netball: Silver Ferns' gaps at both ends of court

Netball: Silver Ferns' gaps at both ends of court

While most of the focus in the lead-up to today's Silver Ferns team announcement has centred around shooting selections, an interesting battle has been playing out for the vacant spot in the defensive end.

Basketball: Webster playing for promotion

Basketball: Webster playing for promotion

The offseason has provided a pair of reasons to think Corey Webster will continue his ascendant career with the Breakers.

Chinese property developer flees to NZ

A prominent Chinese property developer has fled to New Zealand after being caught up in an anti-corruption probe into the former deputy mayor of Guangzhou, China's fourth-largest city, according to a foreign media report.

Kaitaia backpacker owner denied bail

Kaitaia backpacker owner denied bail

A Kaitaia backpackers owner accused of indecently assaulting and photographing young men who were staying at his lodge has been denied bail.

Peters endorses Labour candidate

Peters endorses Labour candidate

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is backing Labour's Kelvin Davis in the race for Te Tai Tokerau -- the first time he has endorsed a candidate from a different party.

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