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Smith mulls action over bullying claims

Smith mulls action over bullying claims

Conservation Minister Nick Smith is considering legal action after he was accused of trying to stop advocacy group Fish and Game from lobbying for cleaner rivers.

Sevens: NZ let go of Games gold

Sevens: NZ let go of Games gold

For the first time in 16 years, New Zealand are not Commonwealth Games rugby sevens champions.

Cycling: Gold for Archbold in Glasgow

Cycling: Gold for Archbold in Glasgow

Shane Archbold has won New Zealand's fourth Commonwealth Games gold at the velodrome in Glasgow with victory in the men's 20km scratch race this morning.

Kiwi killed in Gaza gunfight

A young soldier killed in a firefight with Hamas gunmen in the southern Gaza Strip was born in New Zealand - and his family had planned to return here before he and his sister reached the age of military conscription in Israel.

Support for cops on Auckland trains

Support for cops on Auckland trains

Auckland Transport is considering forming a special police force to improve safety on trains.

League: Manly too strong for Warriors

League: Manly too strong for Warriors

An understrength Warriors side were handed their first home defeat for the season in front of 19,199 fans at Mt Smart Stadium today.

Aggravated robbery in Christchurch

Christchurch Police are investigating an aggravated robbery at the Mairehau Food Studio in Briggs Road.

Commonwealth Games: While you were sleeping - Day 3

A quick bite of the best of the action from day three at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Cycling: Scully wins gold on track

Cycling: Scully wins gold on track

New Zealand cyclist Tom Scully won gold in the men's 40km points race in Glasgow this morning, while fellow Kiwi Aaron Gate took bronze in the same event.

Judo: de Villiers settles for Silver

It is difficult for Moira de Villiers to see the bright side after being forced to settle for silver at the Commonwealth Games.

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