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Jonah Lomu's former team mate and friend promised to "take the mickey" at Eden Park.
ONE News Now brings you live updates from the memorial at Eden Park in Auckland.
Symbolic of love and piece, the doves were released from the field of Eden Park.
Masses of Lomu’s former teammates performed a haka on the field of Eden Park.
The haka was performed on the field of Eden Park at the conclusion of Jonah Lomu's public memorial.
Lomu’s wife wept through a song performed by ADEAZE, while the crowd waved flags in unison.
Jonah Lomu was soon welcomed by senior players after they witnessed his immense rugby talent.
"It is frightening to think what he could’ve done had he played without a huge medical handbrake."
John Hart delivers a strong eulogy at Eden Park to remember Jonah Lomu.
A fuel tank exploded at an earth moving company in Otorohanga.
Speaking on behalf of the family, John Hart asked, "who will ever forget his blistering length-of-the-field try?"
Chairman of World Rugby, Bernard Lapasset, pays tribute to Jonah.
Wesley College mentor Chris Grinter reflects on Jonah Lomu's schooldays and extraordinary talent.
Jonah would have loved this, his Favona Primary School kids perform a sweet song and dance for their idol.
The PM's video message was played at Eden Park, where he farewelled Jonah Lomu.
Jonah’s father-in-law Merv Quirk prays for the late All Black at his memorial service today.
Nadene Lomu and kids Brayley and Dhyreille begin the memorial on stage at Eden Park.
Michael Jones and Joeli Vidiri lead pall bearers onto the field for the public memorial.
Wallabies legend Horan reflects on his friendship with Jonah.
Details of Jonah Lomu's Eden Park memorial service today have been released.
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A pair of Canadian brothers stumbled upon the eagle in a hunting trap.
Rumours are rife that the two-time RWC and NRL winner could be headed back to Sydney after the Rio Olympics.
MPs Kelvin Davis, Jacinda Ardern and Phil Twyford have come out on top.
A passenger who got out of a car to be sick lost a number of teeth.
Three clubs have reason to feel aggrieved after the release of the arduous draw.
The biker was killed when a rental car crossed double yellow lines, north of Dunedin.
Video shows dairy calves left for dead and hurled on to trucks.
Muhammad Rizalman bin Ismail made his plea in a Wellington court this morning.
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