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Three years ago Phillipa Hale reluctantly took up weightlifting; now she finds herself at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Keen rugby player April Miller has been told she is no longer allowed to play in the men's competition in Southland.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has labelled John Key a poser and an imposter after yet another photo opportunity coup.
Shot putter Valerie Adams led the New Zealand team at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony, attended by more than 41,000 people.
Interest rates are up and the dollar is down after the Reserve Bank raised the OCR again this morning.
An investigation will be launched into Gerry Brownlee's security breach at Christchurch Airport this morning.
The driver of a train which crashed at Lower Hutt's Melling station had cannabis in his system at the time.
The Wellington Phoenix have stunned English Premier League team West Ham 2-1 in their pre-season friendly at Eden Park in Auckland.
The leader of the Mana Party, Hone Harawira, has supported flag burning at a pro-Palestinian march in Auckland.
Lauren Boyle was all smiles today, despite her dad getting stuck in Siberia after his plane made an emergency landing.
Henry Speight has been named in the Wallabies squad for the Rugby Championship, but he won't run out against the All Blacks next month.
The cloud-based accounting software company Xero has just concluded its annual meeting, focused on the US market.
Fonterra plans to scrap 110 jobs at its Canpac packaging plant in Hamilton to deal with falling demand.
Mother crusades for religion-free schools
Key to Dotcom: Put up or shut up
Kiwis mourn Dutch grandparents killed on MH17
MH17 site at centre of political tussle
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