The Ireland-bound Blues fullback hopes his decision to leave NZ won't hurt his World Cup chances later this year.
The Transport Agency wants the 4km/h threshold being enforced over Easter to be in place
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A potentially explosive stand-off is brewing over a live firing range north of Auckland.
Weatherman Dan Corbett says we can expect a weekend of unseasonal sunshine.
The long weekend weather's set to serve up a surprise treat, with sunny skies and summer temperatures predicted.
The number of fighters leaving home to join terrorists has spiked to more than 25,000 from over 100 nations.
Milford's $281m mandate is suspended until a Financial Markets Authority investigation into Milford is completed.
O'Driscoll, who hung up his boots last year after playing 133 Test matches for his country, was in Asia on a promotional tour.
Universal chair Donna Langley has said that there are at least three more films in the series.
Yes, they will keep going
No, the end is coming
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