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Rescue near Great Barrier Island

A group of people sailing to Great Barrier Island for an early morning surf this morning have been rescued by the Coastguard after their boat began taking on water.

Golf: Ko starts well in Ohio

Golf: Ko starts well in Ohio

Lydia Ko has bounced back after a poor finish at the British Open to sit in fourth place following the opening round of the LPGA's Marathon Classic.

At a glance: Malaysian Airlines flight shot down

At a glance: Malaysian Airlines flight shot down

Malaysian Airlines flight MH-17 has been shot down over the Ukraine. What do you need to know?

Search to continue for truck driver

A search will continue today for a truck driver who has been missing since his vehicle crashed off a bank south of Kaikoura on Wednesday morning.

Drug mule was on the run

Drug mule was on the run

The drug mule who yesterday admitted hiding heroin inside her body and smuggling it into New Zealand was reportedly on the run from South African police who wanted her on drugs charges.

Rugby: Messam key to Chiefs' hopes against Waratahs

Rugby: Messam key to Chiefs' hopes against Waratahs

Coming out of the international break, the Brumbies were three points adrift of the Waratahs and strong contenders for the Australian conference crown.

Basketball: Koreans upset Tall Blacks

Basketball: Koreans upset Tall Blacks

Tall Blacks coach Nenad Vucinic expected an improved Korean side for the second test but he probably didn't expect them to be this good.

Rugby: McCaw's return dilemma for Crusaders coach

Rugby: McCaw's return dilemma for Crusaders coach

The return of Richie McCaw to the Crusaders for their semifinal next Saturday will present coach Todd Blackadder with a dilemma. Where to play him?

League: Warriors wear earplugs to prepare for Broncos clash

League: Warriors wear earplugs to prepare for Broncos clash

The Warriors have been wearing earplugs at training this week as coach Andrew McFadden continues to search for new ways to keep ahead of the opposition.

Convicted foreign driver 'so sorry'

Convicted foreign driver 'so sorry'

The Dutch businessman who ran a stop sign and killed three people would "hurt for the rest of his life", a close friend said last night.

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