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Sue Bettridge

Success in Seoul 'out of this world'

Feilding bodybuilder Sue Bettridge is setting herself a heck of a record.

Big bucks not everything

Beauden Barrett Beauden Barrett's decision to extend his Hurricanes career was about staying with a franchise that felt like ''home''.

Barrett signs with Hurricanes

Beauden Barrett Star first five-eighth fends off Blues bid, committing to two more years of Super Rugby in the capital.

Milne eyes more game time

Adam Milne Fast bowler Adam Milne is hoping a spot on the New Zealand Cricket contract list will translate to more game time.

Praise for Green Prescription

Carolyn ‘‘Toddy’’ Greig Sport Manawatu's Green Prescription programme has exceeded expectations not only for participant Carolyn Greig, but for the Ministry of Health, too - for the third year in a row.

Justice denied

Chris Cairns You have to admire Chris Cairns. Twice accused of match-fixing, he flew to London to attempt to clear his name.

Tough on fixers

Manawatu cricket stalwart Vern Chettleburgh wants to see a harder line taken with match-fixers.

Meiring takes lead

'Pods' Hood is leaving the building

Shakira back to best form

Shakira Heart surgery and knee injury can't stop Baker.

College Centennial Shield winners

Semifinalists decided in Hankins Shield

It's green and black for NZ's Schmidt

Newton had too much natural gas

Injury keeping Cama at home

When Junior Tomasi Cama misses the plane with the New Zealand Sevens team to some exotic overseas tournament this year, it has always been because of injury.

Book some time to absorb this

Two books arrived this week which would be hard-pressed to be equalled online.

Book some time to absorb this

Two books arrived this week which would be hard-pressed to be equalled online, as in the worldwide web. One is The All Blackography, The Indispensable Guide to every All Black by former journalist Ron Palenski.

Finishing chute lined with carcasses

Let's get rid of the rolling maul

Super Rugby running out of gas

For me, Super Rugby has just about run its race.

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What is your boss' attitude when you want to watch early-morning Fifa World Cup?

He/she pulls up a chair, shouts breakfast.

Doesn't join, but is happy for us to watch and cheer.

Hard to tell, so we only glaces at TV.

Manager prowls around with whip in hand.

Absolute no ... some have received formal warnings.

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