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AON joins Swimming NZ as principal sponsor
Swimming New Zealand and Aon New Zealand are proud to announce Aon will join as the principal sponsor of the National Age Group and New Zealand Open Championships for two years. 
© 2018 1:44pm 

For 1st time, NBC's Pyeongchang Olympic coverage beats Sochi
NEW YORK (AP) — Highlights from media coverage of the Pyeongchang Olympics:RATINGS: Lindsey Vonn has proven her mettle as a ratings draw. For the first time during the Olympics, NBC beat the ratings for the corresponding night in... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 1:44pm 

-Newsweek publishes critical piece on company after staffers threaten to resign
-Stelter: How to clean up the conspiracy theory 'pollution' that's making us all sick
-Judge says state can't force IMDB to take down actors' ages
-NBC's Winter Olympics ratings down but not exactly on thin ice

'Every Day' takes YA novel to big screen
'Every Day' is based on the best-selling young adult novel about a being who wakes up each morning in a different teenager's body. David Daniel reports. 
© 2018 CNN 1:43pm 

Buxeda and Rooney impress at opening Rotax Challenge rounds
Jonathan Buxeda and Jackson Rooney impressed with their speed and adaptability at the opening (double header) rounds of this year’s Giltrap Group New Zealand Rotax Max Challenge kart series at Palmerston North over the weekend. 
© 2018 1:34pm 

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Bags Not: The plastic bag campaign which helped get NZ recycling
Shopping in the supermarket the other week, something new caught my eye between the Royal Galas and the overpriced avos. 
© 2018 1:33pm 

Islands in the sun as residents play waiting game post-Gita
The sun is out, Gita has gone, but many homes in Marlborough's Wairau Valley are still surrounded by water. 
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Hell's Kitchen Australia head chef a hard shell to crack
Marco Pierre White is not on TV to make friends. He's there to do a job. 
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A2 Milk now a $10B company, eclipsing Fonterra as investors bet on bullish outlook
A2 Milk Co is now more valuable than Fonterra, even though the milk marketer's sales amount to less than 3 percent of the dairy giant's, as investors bet it will continue to beat expectations 
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Trump backs guns for teachers
United States president Donald Trump says he will look closely at the idea of secretly arming teachers and coaches in high schools so they can respond to school shootings quickly. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 1:44pm 

Criminal Bar Association to survey lawyers about harassment, bullying
Concerned at allegations of bullying and harassment in the legal fraternity, the Criminal Bar Association plans to survey lawyers to gauge how widespread the problem is. The Criminal Bar Association of NZ will survey all of its... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 1:44pm 

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Natalie Portman leads cerebral sci-fi journey in 'Annihilation'
The more cerebral quadrants of science fiction often exist uneasily with the demands of movie-making, and so it is with "Annihilation," a taut, challenging work by writer-director Alex Garland that, alas, doesn't yield a payoff completely worthy of the journey. 
© 2018 CNN 1:43pm 

More rangatahi to benefit from Youth Fund - Henare
Youth Minister Peeni Henare today announced the 31 successful projects that will receive a share of just over $182,000 to fund community projects led by young people, as part of Youth Fund 2018. 
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Final pre-season trial the 'real deal' for Warriors
The Warriors coach Stephen Kearney will treat Saturday's pre-season rugby league trial against Gold Coast Titans as essentially the real deal. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 1:33pm 

Animal welfare group says too many dogs are being euthanised
An animal welfare advocacy group says Auckland Council is making money out of killing dogs. 
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Police Commissioner tells minister 1800 extra cops will cost about $252m, says he can deliver on new recruits
Police have told the minister they expect the Government's plan for 1800 additional sworn police officers in the coming three years to cost $252 million. 
© 2018 1:33pm 

NZME's revenue drops, profits 4% below expectations
NZME's full year financial result has failed to meet the forecasts it made when it listed on the NZX 18 months ago. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 1:24pm 

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