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Rod McDermott. Photo NZ Herald Former Farmers boss Rod McDermott is dead after a collision between a car and truck near Tauranga on Wednesday.
Adele performs in Auckland last night. Photo Getty There was never any question it was going to be good. But no words or teaser video can really prepare you for just how great Adele is live. Or how funny.
The first chartered flight from Dunedin to see the Aurora Australis has delivered spectacular results.
Kiwi Team One on patrol in North East Bamyian. Photo / NZ Defence Force A NZ Special Air Service soldier has confirmed civilians were killed in a 2010 raid carried out by the unit in Afghanistan, and says the truth is widely known among the elite military group.
Scott Kuggeleijn in action for Northern Districts during the Ford Trophy last month. Photo: Getty Images Northern Districts bowler Scott Kuggeleijn, who was last month cleared of rape charges in Hamilton District Court, has been called up as an injury replacement for Trent Boult for this weekend's test against South Africa.
Solomone Kata runs the ball for the Warriors against the Melbourne Storm. Photo: Getty Images Solomone Kata admits he is struggling for form.
tim_southee.jpg Tim Southee. Photo: Getty Images Tim Southee's withdrawal from the third test squad sharpens the selection possibilities for New Zealand in the final test of the summer against South Africa.
gettyimages-656935350.jpg People gather in Trafalgar Square for a candlelit vigil for the victims of the attack. Photo Getty The attacker who killed three people near parliament in London before being shot dead has been named as a 52-year-old British-born man, Khalid Masood, who was once investigated by MI5 intelligence officers over concerns about violent extremism.
jaco_peyper.jpg Jaco Peyper will referee the first All Blacks v Lions test. Photo: Getty Images The three referees who will take charge of New Zealand's tests against the British and Irish Lions all have something in common - they've never been in charge of an All Blacks' defeat.
Chris and Viv Young look at quake damage along State Highway 1, south of Blenheim, following the quake. Photo: Reuters The deadly 7.8 Kaikoura quake was so powerful that parts of the South Island are now more than 5m closer to the North Island, new research has revealed.