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SportsFan
Attack maestro McKenzie stays with Chiefseighth) somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 (fullback) at th
Attack maestro McKenzie stays with Chiefs
SportsFan / Posted 13 hours ago
eighth) somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 (fullback) at the moment, I'm really enjoying that," he told NZ Newswire. "There were opportunities elsewhere and it took a lot of thought but I was leaning towards the Chiefs most of... Read more
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NZCity
Attack maestro McKenzie stays with Chiefsto play 10 somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 at the moment
Attack maestro McKenzie stays with Chiefs
NZCity / Posted 13 hours ago
to play 10 somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 at the moment, I'm really enjoying that," he told NZ Newswire. "There were opportunities elsewhere and it took a lot of thought but I was leaning towards the Chiefs most of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NZ’s next big thing re-signs with Chiefseighth) somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 (fullback) at th
NZ’s next big thing re-signs with Chiefs
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
eighth) somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 (fullback) at the moment, I’m really enjoying that,” he told NZ Newswire. “There were opportunities elsewhere and it took a lot of thought but I was leaning towards the Chiefs most of... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Damian McKenzie re-signs with Super Rugby’s Chiefs through to 2018eighth) somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 (fullback) at th
Damian McKenzie re-signs with Super Rugby’s Chiefs through to 2018
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 14 hours ago
eighth) somewhere else and focus solely on that but playing 15 (fullback) at the moment, I’m really enjoying that,” he told NZ Newswire. “There were opportunities elsewhere and it took a lot of thought but I was leaning towards the Chiefs most of... Read more
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NZCity
Kiwi family supports Aussie water polo son - NZ General newsold man will have a yellow t-shirt on or Wallabies jersey in any hurry, but def
Kiwi family supports Aussie water polo son - NZ General news
NZCity / Posted 18 hours ago
old man will have a yellow t-shirt on or Wallabies jersey in any hurry, but definitely they're excited for it," Kayes told NZ Newswire. Kayes has been training and travelling with the Sharks for more than a year but finally got his FINA... Read more
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NZCity
Reduced errors key to Tactix revivalis already obvious. "Our error rate last year was huge per game and it was unp
Reduced errors key to Tactix revival
NZCity / Posted 3 days ago
is already obvious. "Our error rate last year was huge per game and it was unpredictable who was going to do it," she told NZ Newswire. "This year, we've nearly halved it. "The reason is we're fitter than we've ever been so we can sustain our... Read more
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SportsFan
Less errors key to Tactix netball revivalis already obvious. "Our error rate last year was huge per game and it was unp
Less errors key to Tactix netball revival
SportsFan / Posted 3 days ago
is already obvious. "Our error rate last year was huge per game and it was unpredictable who was going to do it," she told NZ Newswire. "This year, we've nearly halved it. "The reason is we're fitter than we've ever been so we can sustain our... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Warriors axe big names in shock moveformer Kiwis coach Graham Lowe questioning their attitude. “I think there is a
Warriors axe big names in shock move
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
former Kiwis coach Graham Lowe questioning their attitude. “I think there is a poor attitude within the place,” he told NZ Newswire. Owner Eric Watson last week backed McFadden as coach and urged patience from the fans. The Warriors have won... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Warriors axe big names in shock moveformer Kiwis coach Graham Lowe questioning their attitude. “I think there is a
Warriors axe big names in shock move
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
former Kiwis coach Graham Lowe questioning their attitude. “I think there is a poor attitude within the place,” he told NZ Newswire. Owner Eric Watson last week backed McFadden as coach and urged patience from the fans. The Warriors have won... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Warriors axe big names in shock moveformer Kiwis coach Graham Lowe questioning their attitude. “I think there is a
Warriors axe big names in shock move
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
former Kiwis coach Graham Lowe questioning their attitude. “I think there is a poor attitude within the place,” he told NZ Newswire. Owner Eric Watson last week backed McFadden as coach and urged patience from the fans. The Warriors have won... Read more
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NZCity
Southerners steel for stern netball testfrom all the other games - I feel the strategies we do have can combat an Austr
Southerners steel for stern netball test
NZCity / Posted 4 days ago
from all the other games - I feel the strategies we do have can combat an Australian or a New Zealand style," she told NZ Newswire. "A lot of it's about angles - finding the right angles we know the opposition can't compete at, or getting them... Read more
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NZCity
Whanau misses payout after liquidationnot great for the family and one wonders about the moral issues that lie behind
Whanau misses payout after liquidation
NZCity / Posted 6 days ago
not great for the family and one wonders about the moral issues that lie behind the steps that were taken," he told NZ Newswire. During the hearing there were claims any fine or reparation would be hard to pay, he said. "But nothing that... Read more
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NZCity
Mum, baby killed in horror Twizel crashsuch a great thing but something like this has happened, it's really hard for t
Mum, baby killed in horror Twizel crash
NZCity / Posted 10 days ago
such a great thing but something like this has happened, it's really hard for the family and for the community," he told NZ Newswire on Wednesday. Mr Drukpa said because the family was one of the first to arrive in Canterbury from Bhutan they... Read more
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NZCity
Pulse target consistency against Steeldifferent halves - it was a bit disjointed, and we just didn't find enough cons
Pulse target consistency against Steel
NZCity / Posted 10 days ago
different halves - it was a bit disjointed, and we just didn't find enough consistency to put the game away," Dearns told NZ Newswire. "That's the nature of the beast, we've got to play into our season. But I'm a bit of a perfectionist, and I... Read more
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NZCity
Chch toddler choked to death: policechoking on a piece of food at his Wainoni Road home on Wednesday afternoon. A
Chch toddler choked to death: police
NZCity / Posted 11 days ago
choking on a piece of food at his Wainoni Road home on Wednesday afternoon. A 21-year-old woman who lives next door told NZ Newswire the boy's mother was hysterical when she arrived at their door holding him in her arms. Another person at the... Read more
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NZCity
Aussie pair plot Pulse revolutionwe're trying to do in this team is find a balance between the two, keeping it f
Aussie pair plot Pulse revolution
NZCity / Posted 12 days ago
we're trying to do in this team is find a balance between the two, keeping it fresh and mixing it up," she told NZ Newswire. "It's a great opportunity to have maybe a bit of a new style of netball that brings the two together quite... Read more
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NZCity
Chch toddler choked to death: neighboursafter the toddler died suddenly in Christchurch on Wednesday afternoon. A 21-y
Chch toddler choked to death: neighbours
NZCity / Posted 12 days ago
after the toddler died suddenly in Christchurch on Wednesday afternoon. A 21-year-old mother who lives next door told NZ Newswire the boy's mother was hysterical when she arrived at their door holding him in her arms. Another person at the... Read more
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NZCity
Chch mum, baby crash victims farewelledother vehicle were also hospitalised. Akash Drukpa, family friend and chair of
Chch mum, baby crash victims farewelled
NZCity / Posted 12 days ago
other vehicle were also hospitalised. Akash Drukpa, family friend and chair of the Bhutanese Society of Christchurch, told NZ Newswire a funeral will be held for Ms Chhetri and her son on Thursday night in Christchurch. The family are refugees... Read more
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NZCity
Chch man's desperate hunt for work100 over the past fortnight. "It's not exactly what I want to be doing but I'v
Chch man's desperate hunt for work
NZCity / Posted 14 days ago
100 over the past fortnight. "It's not exactly what I want to be doing but I've got to do something," the 24-year-old told NZ Newswire on Monday. "I can't prove that I've done all this but I've been ringing around and I'm standing here (which) is... Read more
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NZCity
Kiwi gymnasts clear Olympic hurdleoily rag, it's a fabulous reward for the hard work and the effort they've put i
Kiwi gymnasts clear Olympic hurdle
NZCity / Posted 14 days ago
oily rag, it's a fabulous reward for the hard work and the effort they've put in in such a competitive landscape," he told NZ Newswire. McGregor and Koudinov now need NZ Olympic Committee approval before they can be named in the team for Rio, with... Read more
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NZCity
Woman's body found at south Auckland parksurrounding the woman's death however an investigation is on-going," a statemen
Woman's body found at south Auckland park
NZCity / Posted 18 days ago
surrounding the woman's death however an investigation is on-going," a statement from police said. A spokeswoman told NZ Newswire they couldn't confirm reports the body was that of a teenager. Houses line one side of the park, while the other... Read more
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NZCity
CTU demands apology from Bill Englishworking people and their lives." Mr Lees-Galloway says the comments were "disg
CTU demands apology from Bill English
NZCity / Posted 19 days ago
working people and their lives." Mr Lees-Galloway says the comments were "disgraceful". Mr English said in a statement to NZ Newswire no one would disagree that a better job had to be done to deal with "complex disadvantage" in the country's... Read more
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SportsFan
Former Windies cricketer deportedCraig Foss on humanitarian grounds, but he had declined to intervene, Rose's la
Former Windies cricketer deported
SportsFan / Posted 21 days ago
Craig Foss on humanitarian grounds, but he had declined to intervene, Rose's lawyer, Ramya Sathiyanathan, said. She told NZ Newswire there had been strong support for Rose to stay in New Zealand. "I've had numerous calls from people wanting to... Read more
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SportsFan
Windies' Rose set to be deported from NZCraig Foss on humanitarian grounds, but he had declined to intervene, Rose's la
Windies' Rose set to be deported from NZ
SportsFan / Posted 21 days ago
Craig Foss on humanitarian grounds, but he had declined to intervene, Rose's lawyer, Ramya Sathiyanathan, said. She told NZ Newswire there had been strong support for Rose to stay in New Zealand. "I've had numerous calls from people wanting to... Read more
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NZCity
IRD confirms `proactive' info exchangeInland Revenue could access detailed information on foreign trusts and was able
IRD confirms `proactive' info exchange
NZCity / Posted 27 days ago
Inland Revenue could access detailed information on foreign trusts and was able to pass it on to other jurisdictions. NZ Newswire asked IRD whether it proactively provided details or only provided them when they were requested. "Where we come... Read more
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NZCity
Girl's death an open question for policedeath." In an earlier statement, police described the death as a motor vehicle
Girl's death an open question for police
NZCity / Posted 30 days ago
death." In an earlier statement, police described the death as a motor vehicle incident. Otorohanga Mayor Max Baxter told NZ Newswire: "One assumes she is a local. If she is, it's going to hurt our community heavily". "In a town of 2700 the death... Read more
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NZCity
Shot fired in Chch bar robberywhile six patrons watched on. A barman came back into the bar and confronted o
Shot fired in Chch bar robbery
NZCity / Posted 30 days ago
while six patrons watched on. A barman came back into the bar and confronted one of the men, manager Kevin Cowan told NZ Newswire. "They ended up wrestling on the ground and at that time the shotgun discharged and the shot went into the... Read more
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NZCity
Piggery fire shows factory farm problemsanother at the same farm in August 2015, in which 400 sows and piglets were kil
Piggery fire shows factory farm problems
NZCity / Posted a month ago
another at the same farm in August 2015, in which 400 sows and piglets were killed. Farm Watch spokesman John Darroch told NZ Newswire concerns had been raised about the heating lamps and wiring at the farm before the current owners took over and... Read more
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NZCity
Hatton to appeal over Olympic omission - NZ General newsyet to receive confirmation of Hatton's appeal but, given the Facebook post, ex
Hatton to appeal over Olympic omission - NZ General news
NZCity / Posted 1 months ago
yet to receive confirmation of Hatton's appeal but, given the Facebook post, expected to see something this week. He told NZ Newswire there were five women's seats qualified for Rio. Weatherall says it is unclear whether Hatton will appeal her... Read more
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NZCity
Cullen sparks Mystics revivalmidcourt is that we have Kayla, who is one of the fastest netballers in the cou
Cullen sparks Mystics revival
NZCity / Posted 1 months ago
midcourt is that we have Kayla, who is one of the fastest netballers in the country, driving the ball through," Fuller told NZ Newswire. "Not only is she fast, but her vision and anticipation are strengths we can maximise." The Mystics... Read more
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NZCity
Merrick expects new signings to shineBen Sigmund will be fit to lead the charge. "We'll be putting Siggy and Manny
Merrick expects new signings to shine
NZCity / Posted 1 months ago
Ben Sigmund will be fit to lead the charge. "We'll be putting Siggy and Manny Muscat on them to sort them out," he told NZ Newswire. Two weeks into a return from nearly four months on the sideline, Sigmund lasted barely two minutes into... Read more
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