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  • Black Caps bounce back to crush Zimbabwe

    Martin Guptill and Tom Latham tore up the record book and broke Zimbabwe's spirit as New Zealand powered to a crushing 10-wicket win in the second one-day international in Harare. The Black Caps openers both scored unbeaten centuries in chasing down the hosts' 235-9, squaring the three-match series 1-1 following a seven-wicket loss on Sunday. New Zealand produced a far more clinical performance in the field and any chance of a second upset result disappeared as Guptill (116) and Latham (110) steered them methodically to 236-0 off 42.2 overs on another flat surface.

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  • Dairy farmer's pollution 'staggering'

    A dairy farmer has been fined almost $73,000 for deliberately discharging effluent into his drains which then flowed into the Coromandel Peninsula's Tairua River. The 11 years of illegal discharges is "quite staggering", the Waikato Regional Council says. Peter Craig Darrah was convicted and sentenced by Judge Jeff in Thames District Court on Monday.

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  • Sarah Ferguson moves out of Prince Andrew's home

    Sarah Ferguson has moved out of the home she shared with Britain's Prince Andrew. The pair - who divorced after a decade of marriage in 1996, but have remained close ever since - have lived together at the 30-room Royal Lodge in Windsor since 2008 but she has now moved to a ski chalet in Switzerland which they purchased together earlier this year. Prince Andrew, also 55, is believed to be staying in the house - which belonged to the Queen Mother before her death in 2002 - along with the couple's younger daughter Eugenie, 25, while 26-year-old Beatrice lives in London.

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  • Britain announces new measures to clampdown on migrants

    More than 1,700 attempts to cross the Eurotunnel to Britain were stopped overnight on Sunday, according to French police. It comes as the UK announces new measures to clampdown on migrants who make it across the Channel. Landlords who fail to evict migrants who do not have the right to live in Britain could face up to five years in jail.

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  • Gigi Hadid OK with posing nude

    The 20-year-old beauty has insisted she isn't worried about stripping off for photo shoots, admitting it was an "easy decision" to do so when modelling for Tom Ford's Velvet Orchid fragrance campaign. "With Tom, it was an easy decision. In the beginning, I thought Tom would not want to know my name.

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  • The $70,000-a-year minimum wage CEO grapples with consequences

    Last April, one CEO decided to boldly go where few have gone before by implementing a $70,000-a-year minimum wage from an average salary of $48,000 previously. Dan Price, 31, chief executive and founder of Gravity Payments, a Seattle, Wash.-based credit-card payment processing company, will also cut his own $1 million annual salary to $70,000, according to a report in the New York Times. “Is anyone else freaking out right now?” he asked his employees.

  • Sir Paul McCartney's tribute to Cilla Black

    Sir Paul McCartney has paid tribute to Cilla Black.The Beatles star has paid his respects to the legendary singer and television presenter, who tragically passed away at the age of 72 at her home in Estepona, Spain.In a statement, he said: "Such a shock

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  • The Best Exercise You’re Not Doing: The Swoop

    Born out of TACFIT training – short for tactical fitness – the swoop was created by high-level special forces units to deliver quick-fire fitness gains and explosive power throughout your torso. This move hones something exercise scientists and military PTs call the "rotational plane" – think throwing a punch or swinging a tennis racquet – which also results in faster six-pack development.

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  • Drunken kick sparked fatal brawl

    An 18-year-old says he was "just being an egg" when he kicked a man in the head, sparking an Auckland street brawl that left Connor Morris dead. Mr Morris, the boyfriend of the late Paul Holmes' daughter Millie Elder-Holmes, died a year ago from head injuries during a fight between two groups on Don Buck Road in Massey. Michael Murray, 34, is on trial at the High Court in Auckland accused of murdering the 26-year-old by plunging a long-handled sickle point into his skull, killing him almost instantly.

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  • All Blacks consider two Cup halfbacks only

    The All Blacks are seriously considering taking only two halfbacks to the Rugby World Cup. Coach Steve Hansen admits the option of versatile back Colin Slade covering the specialist position is being debated by the selectors as they try to shoehorn a host of backline options into their 31-man squad for the tournament beginning in September. Aaron Smith and TJ Perenara are both certainties, with Tawera Kerr-Barlow and Andy Ellis the other halfback candidates.

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  • The real message of plunging commodities

    The Chinese stock market recently saw its biggest selloff in eight years as the dramatic 8.5-percent fall in Shanghai "A" shares also rattled markets around the world. For the past few weeks, China has been balancing its desire to keep the equity market from a complete meltdown, while still courting the international investment community with hopes of being a dominant player in the capital and currency markets. But recently, the International Monetary Fund warned China's government about its concern over limiting investors' freedom to take equity out of financial markets.

  • Giuliana Rancic's replacement fury

    Giuliana Rancic is reportedly furious at being replaced on 'E! News' by Maria Menounos. Another source told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: "Maria was hired only because Giuliana was planning to leave. Maria is feeling a lot of pressure to succeed right now, because all of her shows on the network have failed.

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  • Charlize Theron Has Adopted A Second Child

    Charlize Theron has adopted a second child. Considering that’s the month that Theron will formally adopt her, that’s pretty fitting, right? Speaking to marie claire in May, Theron revealed that she values her family above all other elements of her life.

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  • Father, police make plea to alleged captor

    Police and the father of a teenage girl allegedly being held against her will have made a plea for her captor to either contact them or release her. Fifteen-year-old Auckland girl LA Tukerangi sent a "disturbing" message to her family over the weekend, saying 36-year-old Dean Wayne Whakatau was holding her, police say. LA's father says Whakatau was the adopted brother of LA's 16-year-old boyfriend and the family is finding her disappearance tough.

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  • Emily Ratajkowski: 'Looking at my naked hacked pics is not a crime'

    Emily Ratajkowski doesn't think people who look at her hacked nude photographs are criminals.The 24-year-old actress was one of the many celebrity victims who had their iCloud accounts hacked and naked pictures released on the internet and although she

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  • Dairy auction prices drop for 10th time

    Dairy prices at Fonterra's fortnightly auction have tumbled again, falling for the 10th successive time. The GlobalDairyTrade price index fell 9.3 per cent on Wednesday morning with the average price now $US1,815 ($NZ2,763) per metric tonne. Dairy prices were expected to fall amid high supply and weak demand and many dairy farmers are expected to be suffer losses with low dairy prices.

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  • Farming companies accused of price fixing

    Two major farming services companies have been accused of price fixing and a third is under investigation. The Commerce Commission says it has filed court proceedings against five employees from PGG Wrightson and Elders New Zealand along with the companies themselves for alleged price fixing. It is alleged the companies were in cahoots in fixing the price of tagging cattle at sale yards, increasing yard fees and increasing stock and station agent charges.

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  • Kiwi dollar drops against Aussie

    The New Zealand dollar has fallen against its trans-Tasman counterpart after the Reserve Bank of Australia toned down its calls for a weaker Australian dollar, while data showed Australian retail sales were better than expected. The kiwi fell to 89.27 Australian cents from 90.02 cents immediately before the RBA announcement, and 90.26 cents on Monday. Governor Glenn Stevens said "the Australian dollar is adjusting to significant declines in key commodity prices", having previously said further depreciation as both likely and necessary.

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  • WATCH: Tough guys react to tiny kittens

    WATCH HERE: Giant men meet tiny kittensFour burly blokes were recently invited to play with some teeny kittens at the Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats in Los Angeles.The volunteer organisation is dedicated to the socialisation of feral kittens

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  • Too many old folks falling over, govt says

    ACC Minister Nikki Kaye says initiatives will be rolled out over the next 12 months aimed at keeping them on their feet. Senior Citizens Minister Maggie Barry says the number of people over 65 is expected to double to 1.2 million by 2035.

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