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Commonwealth Games: Adams named as NZ flag bearer

Commonwealth Games: Adams named as NZ flag bearer

Shot putter Valerie Adams has been spending some extra time at the gym in preparation for her role as New Zealand's flag bearer for the Commonwealth Games' opening ceremony.

Fire at Hastings meat processing plant

Fire at Hastings meat processing plant

A meat processing plant near Hastings has been damaged by a fire early today.

Candidate denies tirade against Cunliffe

Labour's Napier candidate Stuart Nash denies being behind an anonymous tirade against Labour leader David Cunliffe for going on a holiday, after Prime Minister John Key pointed the finger at Nash for it in Parliament yesterday.

Triathlon: Hewitt in line to win first medal of Games

Triathlon: Hewitt in line to win first medal of Games

A New Zealander is in line to win the first medal of the Commonwealth Games.

Football: Hammers a highlight for Sigmund

Football: Hammers a highlight for Sigmund

Ben Sigmund has played 31 times for the All Whites, gone to a World Cup and helped the Wellington Phoenix to one game shy of a grand final, but he still rates tonight's pre-season match with English Premier League side West Ham United the highlight of his career.

League: Coach optimistic Hurrell will take to the field

League: Coach optimistic Hurrell will take to the field

Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell is in doubt for Sunday's clash against the Manly Sea Eagles after suffering a head knock during Saturday night's 28-22 loss to the Brisbane Broncos.

Rugby: Sharks' coach feels the heat

Rugby: Sharks' coach feels the heat

This is the time when Super Rugby coaches and their men earn their money.

Cunliffe: Holiday should have been shorter

Cunliffe: Holiday should have been shorter

Labour leader David Cunliffe says he would not have gone on his skiing holiday had he known how bad the polls were for Labour at the time, and has also decided to focus only on major policies - including appearing to distance himself from Labour's new animal testing policy.

Grandmother bashed during Auckland burglary

Grandmother bashed during Auckland burglary

A grandmother who was caring for her grandchild was hit over the head and hospitalised during a burglary in Auckland.

Basin Reserve flyover plans axed

Plans for the Basin Reserve flyover in Wellington have been axed by an independent Board of Inquiry.

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