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Marcel Dionne, 65, lowered the tone of the NHL awards show with his comments towards three-time gold medal winner Ali Raisman, 23.

Marcel Dionne, 65, lowered the tone of the NHL awards show with his comments towards three-time gold medal winner Aly Raisman, 23.

Video: 'Look at those legs' – presenter causes outrage for dodgy on-stage comments towards Olympic gymnast

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The NZ team looked in good spirits as they prepare for tomorrow's America's Cup showdown against Oracle.

The NZ team looked in good spirits as they prepare for tomorrow's America's Cup showdown against Oracle.

Video: Team NZ's foil trimmer Blair Tuke all smiles, gives thumbs up after training session on the Great Sound

00:46
The Falcon 9 rocket is carrying Bulgaria's first geostationary communications satellite into orbit.

Lift off! Private space company Space X launches 'used' rocket carrying satellite

Its payload was Bulgaria's first geostationary communications satellite.

00:53
Jeff Reitz started to visit the theme park back in 2012 after receiving a season pass from a friend and has gone back every day since.

'It's magical' – Disneyland devotee visits theme park 2000 days in a row

Jeff's favourite ride is the Matterhorn Bobsleds which remind him of his childhood.

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The All Blacks captain will play his 98th Test tomorrow night after overcoming his thumb injury.

'The body's in good nick!' Kieran Read ready to go against physical Lions after two months on the sidelines

The All Blacks captain will play his 98th Test tonight after overcoming his thumb injury.

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This try straight after the halftime proved to be the game-breaker the Warriors needed to take down the Doggies.

This try straight after the halftime proved to be the game-breaker the Warriors needed to take down the Doggies.

Picture perfect: Shaun Johnson threads the needle with pin-point grubber for Ayshford to slam it down

Magnitude 3.8 earthquake near Wellington.

Thousands feel light shake near Wellington

A magnitude 3.8 earthquake has given some Wellingtonians a rude start to the weekend.

Police seek two people over alleged deliberate poisoning at a Kerikeri kiwifruit orchard

The company was forced to dump 30,000 trays of Kiwi Gold kiwifruit due to the poisoning.

Back to Basics: We were prepared for bad weather not illness

Our columnist Lydia Harvey opens up about the challenges of being diagnosed with epilepsy.

Rieko Ioane at All Blacks traning session at Trusts Stadium ahead of the first test match against the British and Irish Lions at Eden Park. Tuesday 20 June 2017. © Copyright photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

'I'm looking forward to the challenge' - All Blacks rookie Rieko Ioane raring to go against Lions

Ioane has labelled his first Test start - against the Lions, no less - a dream come true.

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The Warriors captain could smell a vital win on the horizon and once he saw the tryline was in his reach, he was relentless.

Beastly RTS keeps legs pumping for the line to put final nail in Bulldogs' coffin with cheeky dummy-run

The Warriors captain led from the front in the defining final minutes last night.

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The woman who filmed the incident claims the man was collecting his free dinner before the police officer pushed him into a power pole.

Video: 'Shut the f*** up' - homeless Sydney man allegedly pushed into power pole by aggressive cop

The woman who filmed the incident said the man was simply claiming his free dinner.

01:56
Tim Wilson loves trying to prank his colleagues so one day, they turned the tables on him.

Watch: Seven Sharp gets revenge on master prankster Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson loves trying to prank his colleagues so one day, they turned the tables on him.

01:06
The Hollywood star has since apologised for his off-colour remarks made at Glastonbury.

Johnny Depp apologises after controversial Trump assassination joke

The Pirates of the Caribbean star has sparked controversy after his comments at a film festival.

00:49
Together with the organiser of the music festival, Beckham launched an affordable housing project in the area by planting a tree.

David Beckham plants himself by the main stage for Glastonbury Festival

Don't worry, he won't sleeping in a tent while he's at Worthy Farm.

00:52
Police have released the first video from inside the building where 58 people are confirmed to have died.

Manslaughter charges considered over London's Grenfell Tower fire tragedy

London Police say a fridge fire is the likely cause of the disaster.

00:30
Marcel Dionne, 65, lowered the tone of the NHL awards show with his comments towards three-time gold medal winner Ali Raisman, 23.

Video: 'Look at those legs' – presenter causes outrage for dodgy on-stage comments towards Olympic gymnast

Aly Raisman has three Olympic gold medals, but that's not what Marcel Dionne was interested in.

Shipwrecked NZ yachties to hitch ride with Fiji's Navy

Fiji's Navy is expected to pick up the four Kiwis who got stuck on a Pacific atoll after their yacht ran aground.

00:42
To the Bone follows the journey of a teenaged girl who is battling anorexia and attends an eating disorder clinic as part of her recovery.

'I've got it under control' - new Netflix drama about anorexia set to cause controversy

To the Bone follows the journey of a 20-year-old girl who has anorexia.

00:29
The Titans beat the Tigers 26-14 at Campbell Town Stadium in Sydney.

Brilliant Jarryd Hayne double helps Titans past Tigers

Hayne's red-hot streak continued in Campbelltown last night.

00:30
Pauline Hanson insists she will not apologise for suggesting that autistic children are holding other kids back.

'Ill-informed, simplistic and facile' - education chief slams Pauline Hanson's autism remarks

Hanson has not apologised for suggesting that autistic children are holding other kids back.

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, left, talks to Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince.

Qatar's neighbours issue steep list of demands to end crisis, including closure of Al-Jazeera media company

Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain broke ties with Qatar this month.

00:12
If you need any tips on dance moves for the weekend Zola has you covered.

If you need any tips on dance moves for the weekend Zola has you covered.

Watch: Zola the breakdancing Gorilla makes waves at US zoo

00:41
The British and Irish Lions coach added a little psychological jab back at Shag over his latest comments.

One last mind trick: Is Gatland's call to play with flair actually a cover-up?

The Lions coach says risks and courageous play is how you defeat the All Blacks, but his gameplan recently has been very different.

03:01
Tim Wilson meets three teenagers who have invented a spray they say could get rid of acne.

Meet the Kiwi teens who say they've found a cure for acne

The Auckland college students believe manuka oil is "the most powerful ingredient" in their face spray.

00:40
Several bodies have been found within the USS Fitzgerald that collided with a container ship in the busy sea off Japan.

Investigators obtain data recorder in US warship collision that left seven dead

"We should be able to determine the circumstances of how it crashed."

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