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  • Barry sees a bit of Parker in prospect

    If Jerome Pampellone is looking to truly emerge as a player in the world’s light heavyweight ranks, a statement win against Rogelio Medina in Whangārei next weekend would be the perfect way to do it.

  • Drone attack Ukrainian military officials say Russia has launched its most intense drone attack on Ukraine since the beginning of its full-scale invasion last year. Ukrainian Air Force Commander Mykola Oleshchuk said Kyiv was the main target of yesterday’s assault. In total, 75 Iranian-made Shahed drones were launched by Russia against Ukraine, of which 74 were destroyed by air defences, Ukraine’s armed forces said. At least five civilians were wounded.

  • Parker’s first trusts booby trap goes off

    The first of former Revenue Minister David Parker’s booby traps for high-income taxpayers’ use of trusts has gone off.

  • ‘Madge’ is out of our league

    When the call came, Michael Maguire admits there was a range of emotions. While there was pride in what had been accomplished as Kiwis coach, there was also surprise and disappointment that he wouldn’t be given the chance to continue on his terms.

  • Snap back from Phoenix women

    What a way to bounce back.


    It was a hug that embodied the feelings of a nation.


    The 2023 Māori Sports Awards scholarship recipients and winners are:

  • Fox has another fantastic year

    After a career year in 2022, Ryan Fox left himself with a tough act to follow. He ended the year having won two tournaments on the DP World Tour, with five more top-three finishes and three more top-10s.

  • Men shot point blank in home invasion

    It was about an hour before dawn on Sunday morning when the group of armed gang members, clad in black, arrived in a dead-end street in Manurewa.

  • 10 killed in strike Syrian government forces shelled a northwestern village yesterday killing at least 10 people, including seven children, as they picked olives, a paramedic group and relatives of the victims said. The shelling of Qawqafeen, in the Idlib province, is the latest violation of a truce reached in 2020 between Russia and Turkey, who back rival sides in Syria’s 12-year conflict that has killed half a million people. Syrian government officials have not commented on the strike.

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