There was no speed ball radar at the International Cricket
Council Academy ground but, judging by wicketkeeper Luke
Ronchi's position somewhere near the horizon, Adam Milne was
Labour's new leader Andrew Little has chosen Annette King as
his deputy - and Dunedin's David Clark has been promoted to
the front bench - as the new lineup was revealed this
It may not be an elusive first major victory but it was a
major payday for Lydia Ko.
A motorist who hit a cyclist and failed to stop has been
described by the victim as "the lowest of the low".
The margin of this victory looks flattering, but the All
Blacks were again asked to dig extremely deep for it by a
defiant Wales, who at one point, must have thought their
first win over their nemesis since 1953 was within grasp.
Valerie Adams won the 2014 women's world athlete of the year
award at a gala event in Monaco this morning.
If Saturday's 1-1 draw with China was a step forward for the
All Whites, then today's 2-0 loss to Thailand was two steps
This part of the Northern tour has been a bit of a trap for
the All Blacks in the past couple of years.
A female teacher at a Catholic boys' college has resigned
amid allegations she had sex with two students.
A drink-driver who sped at 134kmh the wrong way on the
motorway before killing an innocent motorist will go to
prison pregnant and in a wheelchair.
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