Former Black Cap Daryl Tuffey has confirmed he is assisting
the International Cricket Council in an investigation into
match-fixing - and Chris Cairns has reiterated his innocence.
Prime Minister John Key says a group of angry protesters did
not ruin the National Party's Christmas function as they
banged on the windows amid a heavy police presence last
Farmer-owned co-operative Ravensdown said it had cut its
fertiliser prices thanks to softer demand globally and
One person has died in a house fire in the Wellington region
It didn't take long. Two weeks after making her professional
debut teenage phenomenon Lydia Ko claimed her first
tournament victory as a pro yesterday - winning the Swinging
Skirts World Ladies Masters US$800,000 event in Taiwan.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is adamant his team are on the
right track; the problem is they're still struggling to reach
Children's Commissioner Dr Russell Wills is laying down a
challenge to New Zealanders today - to shift support from
older, middle-income families to give more to our youngest
and poorest children.
New Zealand could finally host its first UFC event in 2015.
The rain may have come at just the wrong time but Otago
Cricket Association chief executive Ross Dykes maintains the
test at the University Oval, in Dunedin, was still a success.
The Breakers' woes down the stretch once again came back to
haunt them, dropping a tight tussle against Melbourne to fall
further into the abyss.
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