New Caledonia members of French Senate elected
Two anti-independence politicians have been elected as New Caledonia's members of the French Senate for a six-year term.
© 2017 RadioNZ 8:25am Motorsport: Armstrong pipped for German title
Kiwi driver Marcus Armstrong has had to settle for second place in the German Formula 4 Championship.The teenager was pipped for the title by Prema Racing teammate Juri Vips after the pair put it on the line in the final race of...
© 2017 NZ Herald 8:25am Moeen Ali blasts England to victory
All rounder Moeen Ali hit the second fastest one-day international century in England's history to set up a win over West Indies by 124 runs in the third one-dayer in Bristol.
© 2017 RadioNZ 8:15am Driver and child given lift by police after car crashes into ditch
A driver and a child escaped unscathed from a crash that saw their car careen into a ditch near RńĀtana in Rangitikei
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:15am Blustery night in Wellington but worse to come
A tree has been blown over as Wellington rattled through a night of 100kmh-plus gusts.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:15am Star Trek: Discovery: Five things you need to know before boarding
Trying to decide whether to invest in†Star Trek: Discovery, which premieres Monday on Netflix?† Here are five things to know about the sixth live-action Star Trek series, the first for the storied franchise since 2005. READ MORE: * Star Trek: Discovery delayed to maintain quality says producers *†Star Trek's extreme 'fans' cling on to the wrong parts of new series' trailer *†Star Trek: Discovery beams in from the far reaches of Federation space
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:15am Rainy Berlin dampens marathon world record bid
Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge†has missed out in a†bid to set a new world record, but†staved off a surprise challenge from Ethiopian debutant Guye Adola to win an enthralling Berlin marathon.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:15am India power to ODI series win over Australia with five-wicket win in Indore
Australia have suffered a demoralising one-day international series loss to India after being soundly beaten by five wickets.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:15am All Black great David Kirk's dud Australian investment
No sport is more associated with the fine art of the sledge than cricket, but former All Blacks World Cup-winning captain†David Kirk†showed some good form in the recent annual report of his tech investment fund,†Bailador†Technology Investments.† Kirk, and his partner†Paul Wilson†‚?? whose CV includes a stint at†Lachlan Murdoch's private investment vehicle Illyria ‚??†listed the fund a few years back with some big ambitions as a hedge fund wannabe. Bailador's charter was to provide funding to "proven Internet-related businesses" in Australasia that fly beneath the radar of other investors. ‚??The duo's management vehicle launched with plans to pick†up an annual fee of 1.75 per cent of the portfolio value payable on a quarterly basis, as well as an outperformance fee of 17.5 per cent if the return on the portfolio is above 8 per cent.
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