Benji Marshall will not be a Warrior.
Lorde has apologised to fans after postponing her up-coming
Australian tour under medical advice.
Feleti Mateo is back in the Warriors first-grade side after a
fortnight in the New South Wales Cup.
New Zealand Cricket is seeking a specialist batting coach to
assist Mike Hesson, after Bob Carter left to take up a new
role with the organisation.
Gareth Anscombe's exploits at the Chiefs have not gone
unnoticed abroad, with Wales coach Warren Gatland said to be
increasingly keen on luring him from Hamilton with the
potential prize of a World Cup spot.
Basic precautions are needed to reduce the road toll, the
country's acting top road cop says following the highest
Easter road toll in three years.
Former Wallabies and Crusaders coach Robbie Deans is said to
have signed with Japanese club the Panasonic Wild Knights.
Generous Wanganui residents are lining up with financial
donations to replace money swiped from an elderly Poppy Day
Benji Marshall says he is an "average" rugby union player but
insists he is better for his failed experiment at the Blues.
Women earn less than men because they are seen as pushovers
when they don't negotiate hard and are seen as
"ball-breakers" when they do, a psychologist says.
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