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Two still in hospital after bus crash

Two people remain in hospital following a school bus crash on the East Coast yesterday.

Engine trouble on Air NZ flight

An Air New Zealand flight from Hawaii to Auckland was delayed last night after suffering engine trouble.

McCully to contest seat against Craig

McCully to contest seat against Craig

National's Murray McCully will contest the East Coast Bays electorate against Conservative Party leader Colin Craig in September's election.

Swiming: Pascoe bags first pool gold for NZ

Swiming: Pascoe bags first pool gold for NZ

Sophie Pascoe won New Zealand's first medal in the pool at the Glasgow Games this morning, comfortably taking out the women's 100m breaststroke SB9 final.

Bowls: Edwards claims gold in singles

New Zealand lawn bowler Jo Edwards won gold in the women's singles match in Glasgow this morning.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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