Kiwi shot putter Tom Walsh breaks his own record at Diamond League Paris

The Olympic bronze medal winner threw 22m to shatter the New Zealand record.

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Prop Owen Franks could be in hot water after allegations of eye gouging in the 29-9 victory over the Wallabies.

Watch: The alleged eye-gouging incident the Wallabies want action over

All Blacks Prop Owen Franks is at the centre of controversy after this apparent incident.

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At least 15 are thought to be dead after a bomb was dropped during a vigil for children killed in an earlier attack.

Video: Barrel bombs dropped on vigil for dead children in Syria's Aleppo

Footage shows rescuers searching for survivors, with the death toll expected to rise.

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After a state funeral, the caskets of 35 earthquake victims have been taken to a small town cemetery to rest.

Italy buries their dead: 35 quake victims taken to cemetery

In the town of Ascoli Piceno, people gathered to bid farewell to 35 of the 291 people confirmed dead so far.

Quinton de Kock of South Africa during day 1 of the 2016 Sunfoil Test Series game between South Africa and New Zealand at Centurion Park

Black Caps struggle against South African top order

Bowlers toil as South African batsmen score easily on day one.

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The young midfielder had a night to remember in his first appearance as an All Black.

'Loved every moment' – Anton Lienert-Brown talks about his debut Test

The young midfielder had a night to remember in his first appearance as an All Black.

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Michael Cheika had a lot to say about the standard of officiating during his side’s loss to the All Blacks.

'I was bitterly disappointed' – Wallabies coach slams referees over loss to All Blacks

Michael Cheika had a lot to say about the standard of officiating during his side’s loss to the All Blacks.

They say booze is fuelling serious crime around Courtenay Place and it has to stop - but it may not be such a simple fix.

Police happy rugby-mad fans were well-behaved at sold-out All Blacks and Wallabies match

One arrest was made at Westpac Stadium for disorder, while 19 people were evicted.

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The All Blacks coach played down any questions about the strength of the Wallabies.

'I don't want to sit here and bag Australia' - Hansen refuses to be drawn into war of words

The All Blacks coach played down any questions about the strength of the Wallabies.

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Authorities are offering a $30,000 reward for information after the pair were found dead in a home they shared.

Man charged with murder over death of two US nuns stabbed in their home

The women were found after they failed to show up for work at a clinic in Lexington, Mississippi.

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The bizarre incident was terrifying for those aboard the jet at the time.

US man strips off, steals truck and rams a jet

The bizarre incident was terrifying for those aboard the jet at the time.

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Local authorities are calling for military help to end the practice.

New footage shows UK people-smuggling trade's new tricks

Local authorities are calling for military help to end the practice.

Riot police watch a man with a Zimbabwean flag over his shoulders saluting during a protest in Harare, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. The demonstration organised by opposition political parties calling for reforms, is the first time that the fractured opposition has joined forces in a single unified action to confront President Robert Mugabe's government. (AP Photo)

Zimbabwe police arrest 67 over anti-government protest

A violent protest rocked Harare as Mugabe warns against an Arab Spring type of revolution.

Authorities stand near a blocked off road as floodwaters rise in Kansas City, Mo., Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. (Tammy Ljungblad/The Kansas City Star via AP)

Flash flooding prompts rescues, closures in Kansas City

High-water rescues are under way as heavy rain swamps Kansas City.

A Russian Emergency Situation employee, left, comforts a woman as colleagues and relatives of dead workers from Kyrgyzstan gather next to the burnt building of a printing plant's warehouse in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. Russian emergency services say a fire swept through a printing plant's warehouse in Moscow on Saturday, killing 17 migrant workers from Kyrgyzstan. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)

Fire sweeps through Russian warehouse, killing 17 workers

The fire inside a printing plant warehouse was caused by a faulty lamp .

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Savea crossed over for the first five-pointer in the second half with the All Blacks showcasing their brilliant passing game.

All Blacks continue dominance over poor Australia to secure Bledisloe Cup

NZ have retained the Bledisloe Cup for the 14th straight year after outclassing an improved Wallabies outfit 29-9.

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The Australians had no answer to the ABs attack going down 29-9 in Wellington.

All Blacks celebrate Bledisloe Cup win over Wallabies with Waisake Naholo chant

The Australians had no answer to the ABs attack going down 29-9 in Wellington.

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The Australians had no answer to the ABs attack going down 29-9 in Wellington.

As it happened: All Blacks overpower Wallabies to retain Bledisloe Cup

The All Blacks have beaten Australia 29-9 at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

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Savea crossed over for the first five-pointer in the second half with the All Blacks showcasing their brilliant passing game.

The 'Bus' Julian Savea punishes poor Wallabies with powering run to the try line

Savea crossed over for the first five-pointer in the second half with the All Blacks showcasing their brilliant passing game.

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Israel Dagg scored the first try against Australia at Westpac Stadium, Wellington in the second Bledisloe Cup Test.

Anton Lienert-Brown's first touch leads to golden All Blacks try

Israel Dagg scored the first try against Australia at Westpac Stadium, Wellington in the second Bledisloe Cup Test.

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The wild weather hitting the country has brought winds of up to 140kmh.

Strong winds leave thousands without power

The wild weather hitting the country has brought winds of up to 140kmh.

Alison Habbal's tattoo was created by New Zealand tattooist Makkala Rose.

Kiwi Tattooist's 13-hour breast tattoo for cancer patient praised

The work a New Zealand tattoo artist created on a cancer patient's breast in a 13-hour session is being praised.

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Joshua Mason Kite, 33, stole an unmarked police car and shot at police.

'Armed and dangerous' Northland gunman who shot at police named as Joshua Mason Kite

Police continue to hunt for the man who shot at police yesterday in Whangarei.

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There are now 281 people confirmed dead after the devastating magnitude 6.2 quake.

Death toll in Italy continues to rise

There are now 281 people confirmed dead after the devastating magnitude 6.2 quake.

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There have been more than a thousand aftershocks now since the initial big shake.

Rescuers turn to smaller villages in Italy quake effort

There have been more than a thousand aftershocks now since the initial big shake.

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Steve Sumner, who has been battling prostate cancer, was joined by others stars to celebrate.

Legendary All White Steve Sumner gets his own stand

Mr Sumner has been battling prostrate cancer for the past year.

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The spotlight went on the industry in 2013 when ten men were killed on the job.

Forestry deaths on the rise despite changes to health and safety laws

With five deaths in 2016 already, forestry remains on of New Zealand's most dangerous jobs.

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The disease was stamped out in the region years ago, but those who contracted it are still struggling.

Polio survivors in the Pacific are in need of help

Although the disease was stamped out years ago, survivors are still in need of more help and better care.

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Desmond Wallis was visiting his father when he noticed some telltale signs from a recent TV ad.

Would you recognise the signs of stroke?

When Desmond Wallis visited his father in late June, he picked up some signs his Dad was unwell - thanks to a TV advertisement.

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