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Rugby: Crusaders' game plan beginning to threaten

Rugby: Crusaders' game plan beginning to threaten

Something has clicked for the Crusaders, coach Todd Blackadder reckons.

Rugby: Marshall's place in Blues squad under threat

Rugby: Marshall's place in Blues squad under threat

Benji Marshall's inclusion in the Blues match-day squad is now hanging by a thread.

Rugby: Lineout woes could derail Chiefs

Rugby: Lineout woes could derail Chiefs

The clock is ticking on the Chiefs' efforts to fix their malfunctioning lineout because after their mauling in this area at the hands of the Crusaders, the Brumbies will be aiming to kick them where it hurts in Canberra.

Rugby: Concussion care shows priorities right

Rugby: Concussion care shows priorities right

The significance of Kieran Read leaving the field after 30 minutes on Saturday night was easy to understand in the context of the match between the Chiefs and Crusaders.

Arrest made after Gisborne shooting

Arrest made after Gisborne shooting

The gun used to shoot a 39-year-old man in Gisborne early this morning has not yet been found, police say.

Easter road toll stands at three

Easter road toll stands at three

Police hope to keep this year's Easter road toll at three as they crack down on speeding, distracted and alcohol-fuelled drivers as holiday makers head home.

Football: Phoenix' EPL clash nailed down

Football: Phoenix' EPL clash nailed down

The Wellington Phoenix will face a Premier League team in July - and there is a possibility of a second English team also visiting these shores.

Cricket: McCullum saddles up new venture

Cricket: McCullum saddles up new venture

Brendon McCullum is mastering a different sport.

Fears of repeat sex offender in capital

A second sexually motivated attack near Victoria University in Wellington has sparked fears a repeat offender may be preying on vulnerable young woman in the area.

Massive slip closes Macraes mine

Massive slip closes Macraes mine

A massive slip at the open pit of the Macraes Gold Mine in Otago cut off access to underground workers, mining company Oceana Gold says.

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