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Cricket: Mills likely to bowl today

Cricket: Mills likely to bowl today

Expect Kyle Mills to return to the bowling crease for New Zealand today in the sixth one-day international of the series against Sri Lanka.

RMA report relied on by Smith not all it seems

RMA report relied on by Smith not all it seems

The new political year has barely got into first gear, but one senior politician who should know better has already tried to pull the wool over the public's eyes.

Turei launches attack on Key

Turei launches attack on Key

Greens co-leader Metiria Turei launched a stinging attack on John Key in his absence at Ratana today, saying his view of New Zealand's history was "warped, outrageous and deeply offensive".

Cricket: Black Caps beat spirited Sri Lanka

Cricket: Black Caps beat spirited Sri Lanka

A 360 for five buffer, including a world record sixth-wicket partnership, gifted New Zealand the fifth one-day international against Sri Lanka by 108 runs, despite a spirited chase.

Toddler's mum 'screaming'

Toddler's mum 'screaming'

The mother of a toddler believed to have died in a hot car at Wanganui Hospital collapsed in distress moments after her little boy was rushed to the emergency department, a witness says.

Toddler's family devastated

Toddler's family devastated

Police say they may be able to today name the toddler who died after apparently being left in a car on a hot day.

Impaled man walks into store for help

Impaled man walks into store for help

A man with an iron rod poking out of his head drove to the only open shop in a small North Island town and calmly walked up to the counter to raise the alarm.

Lost files leave DHB red-faced

Lost files leave DHB red-faced

Sensitive health documents of four dead patients have been spilled on to a busy Auckland motorway.

Tennis: Big serve, hail Jiri

Tennis: Big serve, hail Jiri

You might be hearing a whole lot more about Jiri Vesely.

Cricket: Rain washes away third ODI

Cricket: Rain washes away third ODI

Martin Guptill fended off speculation about his form with a reassuring innings of 66 off 78 balls in yesterday's abandoned third one-day international between New Zealand and Sri Lanka.

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