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Fatal crash: One dead in Waipu
One person has died in a crash near Whangarei overnight.The single vehicle crash happened at the intersection of State Highway 1 and Brooks Rd in Waipu, Northland.Emergency services were called to the scene shortly after 3.30am,... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 8:45am 

Athletics: Nick Willis nails qualification
Nick Willis has qualified for next month's World Athletics Championships in London.The Kiwi middle distance runner has gone under the A standard for the 1500 metres at the latest Diamond League meet in Monaco.Willis finished the... 
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Master filmmaker added colour and overt wit to zombie genre
OPINION: As an adolescent in the early 1980s there were three films that I watched over and over again. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:45am 

Rory McIlroy roars as Jordan Spieth soldiers on in squalls to lead the British Open
American golfer Jordan Spieth has overcome crazy cross-winds, squalls and a 25-minute rain delay to seize the outright lead halfway through the British Open. 
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The Waterboy gives kids a sporting chance
Chuck Anaru Williams a football and he'll show off his left-footed boot. 
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Brunch review: Crumb, Grey Lynn
Address: Corner of Ariki St and Crummer Rd, Grey Lynn Website: crumb.co.nz Open: Mon- Friday, 7am - 3pm Cost: $36 for two SET UP & SITE If you live near the corner of Ariki St and Crummer Rd in Grey Lynn you know... 
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New judicial appointments in Nauru
The Government of Nauru has announced new judicial appointments. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 7:55am 

Chinese president congratulates Vanuatu's new president
The Chinese President has sent a congratulatory message to Vanuatu's new president. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 7:55am 

'Grumpy' Hurricanes beat the Brumbies with a less-than-perfect performance
Cranky was the best way to describe Hurricanes head coach Chris Boyd after their Super Rugby quarterfinal win in Canberra. 
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'Death spiral': 24 more hours of weather havoc
The weather system causing nasty conditions across the country is now in a "death spiral" and should wear itself out by tomorrow morning, forecasters say.Heavy rain has seen floodwaters inundate coastal parts of the South Island... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 8:45am 

Kiwi with 'appalling' criminal history to be deported from Australia after 29 years away
A violent criminal who has racked up more than 20 prison sentences will be deported back to New Zealand from Australia, despite not having lived here since he was six years old. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:45am 

More heavy rain before storm moves off to the east
The storm that battered the South Island and caused Dunedin, Timaru, Waitaki and the wider Otago region to declare a state of emergency will ease on Saturday afternoon. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:45am 

Wellington says goodbye to the Si & Gary breakfast show
More FM breakfast hosts Simon Barnett and Gary McCormick are being removed immediately from the Wellington and Kapiti airwaves. 
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Greg Bruce: Undercover at cult gym Les Mills
After entering through a sophisticated computerised identification gate, you descend straight down a narrow stairway into the fantabulous subterranean labyrinth of the men's changing room, where you are struck immediately by the dank... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 8:45am 

Spieth holds onto lead at Open Championship
Jordan Spieth has overcome crazy cross-winds, squalls and a 25-minute rain delay to seize the outright halfway lead at the British Open. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 8:25am 

Nine Tonga Police suspended on corruption
Nine police officers have been suspended from the Tonga's Ministry of Police allegedly for corrupt practices since June. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 7:55am 

A long road to recovery from life in the gangs
Their pasts are drug-fuelled and violent, but Pearl Henry and Te Kai Po are two gang members who have turned their lives around and are now dedicated to helping others. Georgia Forrester reports. 
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