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3pm tomorrow marks midnight in Rio when the one year countdown to the Olympic Games begins.
Around the world, New Zealand athletes aiming to become part of New Zealand’s biggest Olympic Games team will be feeling the focus shift towards the deadline ahead.
New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations and New Zealand's student presidents NZUSA President Rory McCourt says students and their representatives are furious with a Stuff.co.nz article today proclaiming "Studylink money blown on strippers, alcohol and Taylor Swift tickets".
Unsettled weather is expected over New Zealand until at least the weekend. A front is moving across northern New Zealand tonight (Tuesday) and early Wednesday morning and is expected to become slow-moving for a time from Northland to eastern Bay of Plenty,
Unsettled weather is expected over New Zealand until at least the weekend. A front is moving across northern New Zealand tonight
New Zealand swimmer Glenn Snyders bounced back emphatically to qualify for the semifinals on the third day of heats at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Pakistan must immediately impose a moratorium on the death penalty after the execution of a man who was below 18 years old at the time of the crime, according to his lawyers, and who was tortured into a "confession" by police, Amnesty International said.
BLACKCAPS skipper Kane Williamson has lost the toss and New Zealand will field first in the second One Day International against Zimbabwe today in Harare.
Popular front rower Charlie Gubb is set for one of the highlights of his career after being named to play an NRL match in his hometown for the first time in Saturday’s 22nd-round clash against St George Illawarra in Wellington (5.00pm kick-off).
Canterbury Police are now able to confirm the identity of the victim whose death is the subject of a homicide investigation in Owens Terrace, Christchurch. Harold Richardson, an 87-year-old male was located deceased in his home address on Sunday 2 August 2015.
It is now even more apparent that the $4 million payment to the Al Khalaf group was to advance trade with Saudi Arabia, not to settle a legal claim, says Export Growth and Trade spokesperson David Parker.
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