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Crusaders beat Canes

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Child hunger is crap, NZ video

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Three a lucky Lotto number

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'Man Up' course 'dangerous'

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Te Rakau school drama

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    Late dismissal claim quashed

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    When Michael Cullen was finance minister, he knew CGT was a CDW – certain death wish, writes Duncan Garner.

    Hands off our free money

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    The case for buying a house

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    Oliver Bowman hopes to prevent pains caused by phone use.

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    Nipple and breast play were a big part of sex for me. Now there's no feeling in that area.

    Sex after a double mastectomy

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    What age do you want to die?

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    With songs like Sk8er Boi, Complicated and Girlfriend, Avril Lavigne was one of the biggest popstars of the early noughties.

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    "I wasn't sure I'd be doing music again."

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    'Mum's dream' cafe fulfilled video

    The Summer House cafe on Harris Hill with unobstructed views overlooking Tasman Bay.

    A new cafe on top of a Nelson hill recognises dying mum's dream.

    Food to eat with your fingers

    Somehow, food that you can pick up and eat with your hands always tastes the best.

    Banh mi, plus do chua (pickled vegetables)

    The 8 steps to perfect octopus

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    New tax no joy for farmers

    Sir Michael Cullen presents the findings of the Tax Working Group.

    OPINION: Other countries with a productive agricultural sector don't have these taxes so why should we?

    Does China love us?

    A China-NZ business forum has been held in Christchurch. Were there be fireworks?

    Gore farm machinery company fined

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    Anna Paquin made her screen-acting debut opposite Holly Hunter in The Piano.

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    Sculpture on the Gulf

    Target by James Wright.

    5:00 AM  Glorious combo of art and nature - beautiful sculptures complement their glorious backdrop.

    Lonely Planet's top city

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    Gorilla trekking in the Congo.

    The country tourists avoid

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    Kids' delight at fun day

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    Teddy Bears picnic on the menu at Hamilton Gardens.

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    Coffey slams 'bizarre' baby dig

    Retailer backtracks on $2 'baby' charge

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    Winner of Greatest Mullet Of Them All - Michelle Darlzy Gearin.

    Business in the front, party in the back hairdo celebrated in style at Australian country pub.

    The junior park ranger aged 103 video

    Rose Torphy becomes the oldest ranger at the Grand Canyon, in fact she is older than the National Park Service itself.

    Dressing for Americarna success

    Emojis on personal plates video

    motoring

    Sunday drive: Toyota Corolla ZR video

    Toyota will still nail those big fleet sales, but it wants more private buyers for the new Corolla.

    5:00 AM  Can Toyota break the Corolla's reliance on fleet sales and get more into private hands? This one probably has the best chance yet.

    Diesel does nicely for luxury Benz video

    Last refresh for current S-class brings a smooth new straight-six diesel engine.

    Task ahead for SUVs like Equinox is to ramp up to one-third of Holden sales.

    SUVs key to saving Holden brand video

    Aussie brand intends to play dirty to win back customers.

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    Is denying euthanasia abuse? stuff nation

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    OPINION: By denying people the right to end their suffering, are we abusing them in the worst possible way?

    Hairstyle bans suppress kids stuff nation

    OPINION: Stopping kids styling their hair is asking them to abandon their natural characteristics.

    It's important drivers remember that no-one is racing you to your personal destination, so what's the hurry? (File photo)

    Kiwi drivers' bad attitudes stuff nation

    OPINION: New Zealand drivers are selfish and ignorant, but speeding isn't the only problem.

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    Live: Wales v England

    Thomas Young is tackled by Italy's Luca Bigi during Wales' 26-15 win in Rome earlier this month.

    5 min ago  The two unbeaten Six Nation sides clash in a potential title decider at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.

    All to play for in Premiership

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    Once more it's set to be a season-long battle between Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen.

    Kiwis Supercars battle on

    5:00 AM  The rivalry between Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen is set to commence this week.

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    No golden tickets will be required when Peanut Butter World opens to the public in Nelson on Saturday.

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    Capital gains tax's dirty little secrets

    The government has a lot of work to do to get support from Winston Peters and NZ First over a capital gains tax.

    OPINION: Home owners are depending on untaxed capital gains for retirement security. That's a problem, writes Bernard Hickey.

    Tracking the mysterious kuriri

    The male kuriri caught and tagged on Tuesday was nicknamed Jim, after the project lead Jim Eagles.

    A GPS tracker successfully attached to the back of a small bird led to hugs and misty eyes at the Pukorokoro Miranda Shorebird Centre.

    Is a life worth $4.7 million?

    Grant Robertson answered questions about Treasury's CBAx tool in Finance and Expenditure select committee. (File photo)

    ​The wellbeing framework that puts the "value of a statistical life" at $4.7 million is coming under fire.

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    Remove the Kuggeleijn barricade video

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