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    OPINION: Passengers now spend twice as long just doing exactly the same thing as check-in used to do.

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    Christchurch citrus fans had to get their fix elsewhere last week.

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    Stray past your time limit at the new Star Wars attraction and you may face the First Order.

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    BMW has rebuilt a concept car that went missing after it was first shown in 1970.

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    Pocock pens Lomu tribute

    Jonah Lomu has been fondly remembered by Wallabies loose forward David Pocock.

    Wallabies loose forward motivated to write about the impact late All Blacks superstar left on him.

    Tennis fan ruins kid's moment

    And all for a sweat towel. A tennis fan leaves a young boy distraught and fans agog.

    David Fifita becomes the first player born in the 2000s to be selected for the Queensland Maroons.

    Kevin Walters' Origin prank call

    Kevin Walters tells youngster he's made Queensland under-18 team, but actually it's the Origin senior team.

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    Head Dancing with the Stars NZ judge Camilla Sacre-Dallerup shares some surprising truths.

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    Dancing with the Stars' Clint Randell and wife Jaime have transformed their Auckland family home.

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    Prep your ingredients, pop them in the slow cooker and come back eight hours later.

    How to make perfect hollandaise sauce

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    fashion quarterly

    Celebs share Miss Crabb memories

    Kristine Crabb is saying goodbye to her label after 15 years.

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    metro

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    The genius and folly of Pasture video

    Pasture.

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    newsroom.co.nz

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    Empty seats have New Zealand Rugby considering cuts to televised rugby.

    Dwindling crowds and saturation TV coverage have led to a radical proposal for domestic rugby.

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    Plans to develop Mt Dewar Station, near Queenstown, will pit environmentalists against each other.

    A controversial plan to redevelop Mt Dewar is still being pursued, while pitting environmentalists against each other.

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