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Football: Phoenix sign Spanish youngster

Football: Phoenix sign Spanish youngster

Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick wasted little time adding to his squad with the signing of Sunderland's reserve team captain Spaniard Alejandro Gorrin on a two-year contract.

Murupara dog attack owners in court

The alleged owners of four dogs that attacked a 7-year-old girl in Murupara can finally be named.

Collins battles on two fronts

Collins battles on two fronts

Justice Minister Judith Collins was under pressure on two fronts yesterday, facing further questions over both the Oravida conflict-of-interest saga and widespread fresh privacy issues in her ACC portfolio.

Officer seriously hurt in Auckland assault

Officer seriously hurt in Auckland assault

The police officer seriously assaulted while attending an incident at Glen Innes this morning has been discharged from hospital.

Man killed in North Otago crash

Man killed in North Otago crash

Traffic is moving on State Highway 1 near Herbert following a lengthy closure caused by a fatal crash this morning.

Rugby: Kirwan's men need to win on the road

Rugby: Kirwan's men need to win on the road

Rugby remains a work in progress for Benji Marshall just as the Blues have to find a way to win away from home.

Netball: Hometown milestone for Langman

Netball: Hometown milestone for Langman

Energetic midcourter Laura Langman will fittingly become the first player to record 100 ANZ Championship games this weekend. Even more fittingly, she'll notch up the milestone in her hometown of Hamilton against former team, the Magic.

Rugby: Hurricanes searching for consistency

Rugby: Hurricanes searching for consistency

There's a C word that has been a problem for the Hurricanes in the past few seasons.

Killer showed no remorse

Killer showed no remorse

The sister of a murdered south Auckland man knew she had to face her brother's killer to see what his features revealed.

Rugby: Noakes determined to take his chance

Rugby: Noakes determined to take his chance

Chris Noakes knows first-hand how Simon Hickey is feeling.

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