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Golf: Ko shares third at British Open

Golf: Ko shares third at British Open

Lydia Ko didn't create history, but world No 1 Inbee Park did.

Cricket: Zimbabwe beat Black Caps in first ODI

Cricket: Zimbabwe beat Black Caps in first ODI

New Zealand came unstuck at the first hurdle on their African tour, losing to Zimbabwe by seven wickets in Harare today.

Tiwai Point smelter to stay open

Tiwai Point smelter to stay open

The short term future of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter looks safe, with news of a power deal between its owners and Meridian Energy.

One dead in Auckland shooting

One dead in Auckland shooting

Myers Park in Central Auckland remains in lockdown tonight following a shooting that has left one man dead.

Teen charged with murder of Christchurch man

Teen charged with murder of Christchurch man

A teenager has been charged with the murder of an elderly man in his Christchurch home.

'Very lucky to be alive' after train crash

'Very lucky to be alive' after train crash

A motorist last night spoke of cheating death after his ute accidently rolled into the path of a 900-tonne goods train at Hampden yesterday.

Golf: Ko in touch with leaders at Turnberry

Golf: Ko in touch with leaders at Turnberry

Lydia Ko is still a chance to claim her first major title despite an even-par 72 in today's Women's British Open third round.

League: Warriors fall short against Sharks

League: Warriors fall short against Sharks

So near, yet so far. The Warriors gave everything tonight but it wasn't enough.

Golf: Ko two off pace in British Open

Golf: Ko two off pace in British Open

Lydia Ko played through difficult conditions to finish her second round with a 73 at the British Women's Open overnight (NZT).

Labour struggling to pin down its bottom lines

Labour struggling to pin down its bottom lines

Was there ever a more contrary bunch of people than New Zealanders?

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