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The All Blacks star loves the kids and here’s a glimpse into his pre-season.

Get em bro! Kids lay into Nehe Milner-Skudder in awesome backyard footy

The All Blacks star loves the kids, as you see in a glimpse into his pre-season.

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This batsman has left many in stiches after falling over twice.

Is this the funniest (and worst) run-out ever?

Both batsmen end up sprawled on the ground in this comical display during an Australian grade match.

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Erica Green was told she'd be on crutches forever. She doesn't accept the word impossible, however.

Wonder Woman who cheated death twice and was wheelchair bound to compete in Ironman

Erica Green says 'impossible' is a word she just can't accept.

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Twitter tweaks its timeline as it seeks to boost user growth

Twitter will feature tweets it believes will be most likely to capture a user's interest.

Police launched a homicide inquiry after a man's body was located at an address in Church Road, Ngararatunua.

Man charged with murder after body found in Northland

Police launched a homicide inquiry after a man's body was found at Ngararatunua, north of Whangarei.

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The male cyclist was killed on Fendalton Road in Christchurch.

Cyclist killed in collision with train in Christchurch

A KiwiRail spokesperson has confirmed the collision happened at a level crossing.

New Harry Potter play coming out in book form

A "script book" of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" will be published later this year.

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Singing sensation Prince is set to perform in NZ later this month.

Tickets for Prince's Auckland show go on sale at midday

The show at Auckland's ASB Theatre will be the first time he has performed in New Zealand.

An elderly man has been found dead in the same location as another elderly man was murdered five years ago.

Hamilton toilet murderer to be sentenced

Turei Rawiri Kingi killed an elderly person with a bottle of whiskey in a toilet.

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Breakfast Zoolander

Blue Steel: Rawdon, Nadine and Sam's Zoolander spoof is so hot right now

The Breakfast crew filmed their own version of the trailer for the second instalment of the cult comedy.

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The new record-holder says the team has exceeded goals they are setting in the series against Sri Lanka.

Aussies target Martin Guptill the Test bunny

Australia have fired a shot at Black Caps opener Martin Guptill ahead of the first Test.

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US man accused of using alligator as deadly weapon

Officials say the man threw a one-metre alligator through a Wendy's drive-thru window.

Sunderland winger Adam Johnson arrives at Bradford Crown Court, England, Wednesday Feb. 10, 2016. Johnson has pleaded guilty in court to one count of sexual activity with a child and another of grooming. The 28-year-old Johnson, who has made 12 appearances for England, denies two charges of sexual activity with a girl under the age of 16. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE

English footballer admits child sex charge

Adam Johnson has made 12 appearances for England.

James Gavet returns for Warriors alongside Luke, Vatuvei, Henry against Titans in Whangarei

This time last year, James Gavet was set to star in Wayne Bennett's new-look Broncos side.

Assange hailed the UN decision as a ‘victory’.

Assange fires back at David Cameron's call for him to 'bring an end to this sorry saga'

Assange has accused Cameron of "barricading himself in the legal impunity of Parliament".

People run as they follow a wild elephant that strayed into the town of Siliguri in West Bengal state, India.

Elephant rampages in east Indian town, smashing homes

The frightened elephant ran amok, damaging homes and trampling parked cars.

The Subaru logo is displayed on top of the Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012. Fuji Heavy Industries president Yasuyuki Yoshinaga said the Subaru carmaker delayed making a decision on its U.S. capacity expansion as slumping demand in China and Europe gave the company more room to ship vehicles to America. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Subaru SUV recall after bonnets unexpectedly open while driving

The recall involves Tribecas, which were mostly sold in the US from the 2006-2014 model years.

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Researchers are testing the latest health technology to see which older patients are at risk of overmedication.

Elderly lives could be saved by new drug harm prediction system

Eighty-thousand Kiwis are involved in an Otago University study to reduce over-medication harm.

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Deanna Yang’s landlord raised her rent by nearly 40 per cent – forcing her to get creative.

Massive rent hike fails to dampen enthusiasm of Auckland cookie entrepreneur

Deanna Yang is now selling her treats from a big yellow bus.

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The Government may look at changing the law to stop losses from those betting offshore.

Gambling companies 'don't deliberately market to kids'

Parents are being warned that the growing prevalence of sports betting is distorting the way youngsters view sport.

'A bloody idiot' – man crashes into Auckland laundromat

Police frustrated at the driver who extensively damaged the shop.

Man charged over alleged baby abduction bid at Sydney beach

Lifeguards helped foil the alleged attempted abduction of a seven-week-old baby from his mother.

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At least 10 fatalities in Germany after high speed train crash

Many passengers are injured after two trains collided going around 100km per hour.

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