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The Rabbitohs lock was placed on report for his tackle on his Wests Tigers opponent.

Sam Burgess cleared after high shot on Tigers' Robbie Farah

The Rabbitohs' skipper has avoided a third suspension of the season for his tackle on Farah last night.

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Baker was confident before the Rugby World Cup Sevens semi-final against Fiji tomorrow.

All Blacks sevens' Kurt Baker says team's 'grown a lot since' Commonwealth Games gold

Baker was confident ahead of NZ's Rugby World Cup Sevens semi-final against Fiji tomorrow.

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Police and emergency services gather around Los Angeles Trader Joe’s grocery store amid reports of shooting.

Man in custody after walking out of Los Angeles supermarket with four hostages following huge police standoff

US police are reporting the suspect allegedly shot his grandmother and girlfriend prior to a police pursuit through the city today.

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New Zealand fought back to clinch a gutsy 12-7 victory in San Francisco.

Watch: All Blacks sevens narrowly avoid upset, defeat France to book World Cup semi-final spot

New Zealand fought back to clinch a gutsy 12-7 victory in San Francisco.

Police search for 'outstanding' man involved in altercation in Manawatu settlement

The other man involved in the incident at a Himatangi Beach property is speaking to police, and has minor injuries to his hand.

In this photo taken on Sunday, April 21, 2013, Maria Butina, leader of a pro-gun organization in Russia, speaks to a crowd during a rally in support of legalizing the possession of handguns in Moscow, Russia. Butina, a 29-year-old gun-rights activist, served as a covert Russian agent while living in Washington, gathering intelligence on American officials and political organizations and working to establish back-channel lines of communications for the Kremlin, federal prosecutors charged Monday, July 16, 2018. (AP Photo)

Tales of sex and deception emerge about suspected Russian spy in US

Maria Butina, 29, awaits trial in the US on charges of acting as a foreign agent for Russia.

'A perfect start to winter' - Mt Ruapehu visitor numbers double this school holidays

More than 80,000 skiers have hit the North Island slopes the last two weeks.

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Wales scored in extra time to win the Challenge quarter-final 24-19.

Watch: Samoa sent home from Rugby World Cup Sevens as Wales win golden point thriller

Wales scored in extra time to win the Challenge quarter-final 24-19.

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The Rescue Co-ordination Centre started a search after the Robinson helicopter disappeared from its tracking system.

Police National Dive Squad to join search for missing helicopter and pilot at Lake Wanaka

The helicopter left Wanaka Airport around 1pm yesterday, headed towards Mount Aspiring National Park. The trip was expected to take 15 minutes.

Protesters try to throw back teargas canisters fired by Israeli troops near the fence of the Gaza Strip border with Israel, during a protest east of Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, Friday, July 20, 2018. Israel targeted Hamas positions in Gaza, killing four Palestinians on Friday in a series of air strikes after gunmen shot at soldiers near the border, officials said. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes

On Saturday, a Palestinian sniper killed an Israeli soldier along the border, igniting an Israeli offensive.

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The Rabbitohs lock was placed on report for his tackle on his Wests Tigers opponent.

Watch: 'You weak ****' – Sam Burgess' shocking sledge after high tackle on Robbie Farah

The Rabbitohs lock was placed on report for his tackle on his Wests Tigers opponent.

'She will never come back' - No closure for son of Australian tourist who died in Southland

Tamara Maree Schmidt had been assaulted by her partner, and was highly intoxicated, before being struck by a car on SH1 near Bluff in 2015.

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There are close to 5000 dogs on the island but it's hard to know if they've got owners or are strays.

Dunedin vet on mission to put collars on Rarotonga's wandering dogs

There are close to 5000 dogs on Rarotonga but it's hard to know if they've got owners or are strays.

Jordan Spieth part of American trio leading British Open heading into final round

Spieth, Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner are all -9, two shots in the lead.

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The trend is so concerning that, in a rare move, the chief coroner is speaking out, with a plea to parents.

Chief coroner speaks out as cot deaths rise: 'Every sleep should be a safe sleep'

The trend is so concerning that, in a rare move, the chief coroner is speaking out, with a plea to parents.

Capsicum shortage to hit NZ supermarkets

Fungus has been found in capsicum imports in the past few weeks, raising biosecurity concerns.

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The 19-12 win sees France through to the women's final in San Francisco.

Watch: France end Australia's World Cup Sevens hopes with last minute try

The 19-12 win sees France through to the women's final in San Francisco.

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Woodman had the final say as the Black Ferns defeated the USA 26-21.

Watch: Portia Woodman secures NZ's spot in World Cup Sevens final with powerful late try

Woodman had the final say as the Black Ferns defeated the USA 26-21.

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Two men rescued from 'submerged' vehicle in Tasman river

The occupants were rescued from the Waimea River, just south of Nelson, early this morning.

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One dead after single-vehicle crash in Te Puke

The crash occurred on the Waiari Bridge, south of Tauranga, just before 10pm last night.

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Tigers forwards Elijah Taylor and Ben Matulino flattened Burgess during their 22-6 win in Sydney.

Former Kiwis duo smash Rabbitohs enforcer George Burgess with monster tackle in Tigers win

Tigers forwards Elijah Taylor and Ben Matulino flattened Burgess during their 22-6 win in Sydney.

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Good news for skiers and snow boarders as a $10 million grant helps the project get off the ground.

Gondola to be installed at Mount Ruapehu with help from $10 million government grant

It's expected to move 2500 passengers per hour when it begins running in the middle of next year.

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Around a dozen clubs have had official letters saying the police want to reduce alcohol-related harm.

'We need the police to advise us not bully us' - Wellington bowls clubs upset by liquor licence objection

Around a dozen clubs have had official letters saying the police want to reduce alcohol-related harm.

Activists gather to protest the Trump administration's approach to illegal border crossings and separation of children from immigrant parents

Parents wait by the phone hoping immigrant kids will call

For many parents, phone calls have been the only connection to their children after being separated under Trump's "zero tolerance" policy.

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