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Commonwealth Games: While you were sleeping

Commonwealth Games: While you were sleeping

A quick bite of the best of the action from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games overnight.

Rugby: Now is not the time for emotion - Blackadder

Rugby: Now is not the time for emotion - Blackadder

After watching his team demolish the Sharks and qualify for next Saturday's final, Todd Blackadder was asked how he thought he would feel if he got to lift the Super Rugby trophy as a coach after doing it three times as Crusaders captain.

Rugby: Break not good for Carter's goalkicking

Rugby: Break not good for Carter's goalkicking

Dan Carter, refreshed after his break away from the game and energised both by his performance against the Sharks and the opportunities of the week ahead, is promising more.

Athletics: Welcome to the Bolt media circus

Athletics: Welcome to the Bolt media circus

The Loch Lomond suite in Glasgow's media centre had never experienced anything quite like a Usain Bolt press conference. The world's fastest man, most probably, had never experienced a press conference like this.

Cycling: Track cycling campaign continues

Cycling:  Track cycling campaign continues

About an hour after Tom Scully and Aaron Gate rounded out a cracking day at the velodrome for New Zealand, a vivid rainbow stretched out across the Chris Hoy arena.

Man stabbed in Oamaru domestic

Man stabbed in Oamaru domestic

A 64-year-old man has been stabbed in the chest in a domestic incident near Oamaru.

Injured men drive themselves to clinic

Injured men drive themselves to clinic

Police are investigating why two men separately drove themselves to a Napier clinic with serious injuries overnight, one with stab wounds to the head.

Apology over Urewera raids

Apology over Urewera raids

Police Commissioner Mike Bush is in Ruatoki today to apologise to families affected by thee 2007 police raids.

Beyer stands for Mana Party

Former Labour MP Georgina Beyer will stand for the Mana Party in Te Tai Tonga, saying she was doing so partly to atone for voting for the Foreshore and Seabed Act in 2004.

Yachting: Coutts could walk from Cup

Yachting: Coutts could walk from Cup

Mark down August 8 in the diary. It's when the future of the 35th America's Cup and that of its principal architect, Sir Russell Coutts, could be altered.

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