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  • Kiwi hopes stuck in the mud at Randwick

    The Kiwi challenge got bogged down in the Sydney mud at Randwick yesterday, with superstar mare Imperatriz unplaced in the A$3 million TJ Smith Stakes.

  • Star’s claims ‘catalyst’ for split reveal

    Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher have announced they are getting a divorce, with reports revealing that Rebel Wilson was a “catalyst” for the public announcement.

  • COVER STORY PERFECT TO A TI

    It’s been in her family for over 60years, so Janet Tatham is understandably sad to be cutting ties with Tatham Estate, an incredible waterside playground situated on the coast between Matakana and Matheson Bay, which was purchased by her late parents, King Country farmers, Dick and Mona, inthe early 1960s, for their retirement.

  • Whitelock, stock and barrel: Essence of Sam

    There were many fine tributes penned this week to retiring lock Sam Whitelock, the most capped player in All Blacks history. But one of the most reflective came on social media at community level from a bloke who didn’t even know him but could somehow appreciate how well Whitelock knew himself.

  • COVER STORY PERFECT TO A TI

    It’s been in her family for over 60years, so Janet Tatham is understandably sad to be cutting ties with Tatham Estate, an incredible waterside playground situated on the coast between Matakana and Matheson Bay, which was purchased by her late parents, King Country farmers, Dick and Mona, inthe early 1960s, for their retirement.

  • Phoenix suffer late heartbreak

    Dreams die hard for the Wellington Phoenix men. They suffered a heart-breaking 2-1 defeat to the Central Coast Mariners in their top-of-the-table clash last night after conceding a 91st-minute goal.

  • Burglar caught in 4 minutes

    A speedy response from police meant a night-time burglar was arrested minutes after he entered a Palmerston North house.

  • It’s time Luxon led like a CEO

    It is time for Christopher Luxon to call time on the negativity coming from his Government. In fact, it is time for him to remind everyone that it is his Government.

  • Letter of the week Kids behaving badly starts at home

    The Education Review Office report stating that New Zealand school students are the worst behaved in the OECD is an indictment on this country and makes one fear for our future.

  • Ferns pull off biggest home win in 12 years

    The Football Ferns marked their first match in New Zealand since last year’s Fifa World Cup with a comfortable win over Thailand in Christchurch yesterday.

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