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Chris Rattue: Overhyped Joe Parker deserved victory, another defeat for heavyweight boxing
Joseph Parker versus Hughie Fury didn't stand the test of time. It barely stood at all, even by the modest heavyweight standards of today.I hope Parker can find another gear or three, that the Aucklander's recent fights are indeed... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:45pm 

ACT's David Seymour cut adrift by Bill English ahead of negotiations with Winston Peters
It's been a faithful National Government support partner for nine years, but Prime Minister Bill English has told ACT its services are no longer required. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

Recap: Bay of Plenty v Counties Manukau - Mitre 10 Cup week six
The Steamers hosted the Steelers at Tauranga Domain in week six of the Mitre 10 Cup. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

Waikato acknowledge they're 'letting fans down' after Wellington crush finals hopes
Waikatoáknow they're letting themselves and their fans down. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

Last gasp win for Canterbury women over Counties-Manukau
If Wayne Love felt like wrapping his head in his hands when the Canterbury women's rugby team trailed Counties-Manukau 24-5 on Saturday, he wasn't saying it. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

Japan could be next for Joseph Parker as handlers eye another 2017 fight
´╗┐Joseph Parker's handlers are looking at taking the WBO world heavyweight champion to Japan for his next title defence. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

Bishop blasts 'satanic' London Fashion Week show
A bitter row has erupted after a fashion show featuring satanic designs was held at a historic church.Leading clerics branded the event "blasphemous" after models dressed as devils and vampires sashayed in front of the altar, reported... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:15pm 

How to make a plate prettier
Broccoli bolting? Radishes running away? Don't let the flowers go to waste.Petals are the new parsley and brassica flowers are particularly tasty, says Tamsin Wilson, chief grower and picker at The Secret Garden.Wilson grows restaurant-quality... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:15pm 

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Shaw wants full partnership in a Labour, NZ First deal
Green Party leader James Shaw will push hard to be involved with any negotiations between Labour and New Zealand First. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 4:55pm 

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MMP and Jacindamania prove international curiosities
International media turned a quizzical eye on last night's election - seemingly intrigued by the rise of 'Jacindamania' and the would be king or queen-maker, Winston Peters, writes Amelia Langford. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 5:35pm 

Election: English wants quick deal with Winston, Ardern prefers to wait
National leader Bill English is looking to stitch up a deal to govern with Winston Peters fairly quickly. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

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Bay of Plenty and Counties Manukau finish level in back and forth encounter
After a match that swung back and forth like aápendulum, it was fitting that Counties Manukau and Bay of Plenty settled for a 31-31 draw ináTauranga on Sunday. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

Richmond Tigers ready to blunt Adelaide Crows' AFL weapons
Versatile defender Dylan Grimes has declared Richmond ready to handle the huge task of subduing Adelaide's star-studded forward line in the AFL grand final. 
© 2017 5:15pm 

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Delaney Mes recipes: Breakfast smoothies
I love a liquid breakfast, and smoothies completely hit the spot. With a few key ingredients in your pantry and fridge, you can experiment and play around with all sorts of flavours. I always keep banana as the base, and I use frozen... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:15pm 

Bill English expecting call from Winston Peters
National Party leader Bill English expects a phone call with Winston Peters in the next few days to start negotiating the formation of a new government.English has spoken to media from his hotel in Auckland. He repeatedly said a... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:05pm 

Secret to scientists' new superfruit project in the flesh
Kiwi scientists are set to combine blueberries with the goodness of their colourful cousins, bilberries, to create a healthy new brand of superfruit.The $5 million, five-year, Plant and Food Research-led programme will investigate... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:05pm 

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