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Bid to halt probe into CTV building work fails

A structural engineer who worked on Christchurch's CTV building has lost a legal bid to stop a disciplinary process into his work.

Missing girl found safe and well

Missing girl found safe and well

An intellectually disabled 13-year-old girl who was missing overnight has been found safe and well in central Hamilton, police say.

Cricket: Ryder to play in Big Bash league

Cricket: Ryder to play in Big Bash league

Jesse Ryder has signed a deal with the Melbourne Renegades for the upcoming Big Bash Twenty20 league.

Rugby: ABs in right headspace for World Cup

Rugby: ABs in right headspace for World Cup

Exactly one year out from the start of their World Cup defence in England and Wales, a tournament which, if the last is any indication, will test them to the absolute fullest, the All Blacks are in excellent mental shape.

Colin Craig's press secretary quits

Colin Craig's press secretary quits

Conservative leader Colin Craig was reportedly unaware that his press secretary of two years had quit her job today, just two days before the election.

Yachting: Burling, Tuke increase lead

Yachting: Burling, Tuke increase lead

Reigning world champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke increased their lead in the 49er class at the World Sailing champs in Spain.

Cricket: White Ferns lose again to Windies

The West Indies have convincingly beaten the White Ferns by eight wickets in their third one day international at Warner Park in St Kitts, taking a 3-0 lead in the best of four series.

Mariah Carey to play Auckland show

Mariah Carey to play Auckland show

At last, Mariah Carey heads to NZ She may no longer be at the absolute height of her stellar career, but she's still the female artist with the most number one singles in the world.

Millie steps into the boxing ring

Millie steps into the boxing ring

Millie Elder-Holmes is planning to step into the public spotlight -- and the boxing ring -- just seven weeks after the death of her partner Connor Morris.

Artificial sweeteners could increase diabetes risk

Artificial sweeteners could increase diabetes risk

Consuming artificial sweeteners could increase, rather than prevent, the risk of diabetes, according to new overseas research.

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