The Waikato prop strolled over for his side's second try as they successfully defended the Ranfurly Shield with a 26-15 win.

Waikato successfully retain Ranfurly Shield against North Harbour

Waikato has defended the Ranfurly Shield after defeating North Harbour 26-15 at Waikato Stadium today.

Nela Zisser said the fought through the dryness of the chips to set a time of 11 minutes and 33 seconds.

Kiwi model wolfs down 100 chicken fries in blistering time

She may not look it, but Nela Zisser can really pack it away.

A 20-year-old Scandinavian man got stuck in a toilet trying to retrieve a friend's phone.

'Disgusting as hell' - Scandinavian rescued after becoming trapped in toilet

A 20-year-old man was trapped trying to retrieve a friend's phone.

Flaviu Cernescu showed his terrifying unicycle skills on top of a massive Romanian chimney.

Crazy Romanian daredevil unicycles on the edge of 250m high chimney

Flaviu Cernescu climbed to the top of an abandoned chimney in Romania to perform terrifying stunts.

North Harbour trail 19-10 at the break as they try to snatch the Ranfurly Shield from Waikato.

Slick counter-attack: Michael Little scores sublime solo try for North Harbour

North Harbour trail 19-10 at the break as they try to snatch the Ranfurly Shield from Waikato.

Piutau, 24, made an outstanding start for his Irish club as they defeated Northampton 29-19 in their pre-season match.

Former All Black Charles Piutau makes a statement in first game for Ulster

Piutau, 24, made an outstanding start for Ulster as they defeated Northampton 29-19 in their pre-season match this morning.

The Dorset family set to be deported back to New Zealand from the UK

Kiwi family to be deported from UK over technicality

The Dorset family have been ordered to leave the UK after living there for 6 years, because of a 'simple mistake'.

This boy will think twice now about annoying cows, after he became stuck between two while in the background of an interview.

Moove out of the way! Hilarious moment young boy gets stuck between two cows

A young boy learns his lesson not to hit cows or you might get squashed between them.

The airline is investigating the incident that was recorded in a Snapchat video.

Former Air New Zealand flight attendant's account was 'hacked'

The former flight attendant claims her iCloud account was hacked and video was taken without permission.

Joshua Kite has links to Auckland, Wellington and Northland

'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.

Undated handout image issued by Virgin.com  on Friday Aug. 26, 2016,  of Sir Richard Branson after he was involved in an accident when he crashed his bicycle on Virgin Gorda, one of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean.  The Virgin founder badly damaged his cheek and suffered severe cuts to his knee, chin, shoulder and body. Sir Richard said: "I was heading down a hill towards Leverick Bay when it suddenly got really dark and I managed to hit a traffic hump in the road head on.(Virgin.com via AP)

'I thought I was going to die' -Billionaire Richard Branson recalls nightmare bike crash

Sir Richard Branson defied death when he flew head first off his bike in the British Virgin Islands.

In this photo made Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, Dominique Alexander poses for a photo at his apartment in Dallas. Alexander, a leader of the protest where a sniper killed five law enforcement officers in Dallas was ordered to prison Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, for unrelated probation violations. Alexander, the founder of the Next Generation Action Network that organized the July 7 rally to protest fatal police shootings of black men, had been on probation for a 2009 felony conviction for injury to a child.(AP Photo/LM Otero)

Dallas protest leader sentenced to two years in prison

Dominique Alexander was a leader of the group that organised the protest where a sniper killed five police officers.

Jason Day struggles for consistency in US PGA Tour Playoffs

The world number one has lost the lead in what has bee a see-saw day at The Barclays.

July 23, 2016 file photo, a representation of the Olympic rings are displayed in the Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Athletes increasingly are using apps like Tinder as they look to have fun and escape the pressures of competition inside the Olympic Village. (AP Photo/Leo Correa, File)

Kenya's Olympic fallout reaches new low, three committee officials arrested

Several officials detained in Rio following team's most successful games.

US mother pushing baby in a stroller fatally shot while walking to register kids for school

The woman was killed when two males walked up and fired shots at a third man today.

Heart-breaking image of elderly couple, forced to live apart after 62 years of marriage, goes viral

A photo of a crying elderly Canadian couple in wheelchairs has received international attention.

The boy and his friend had gone check on their crayfish pots near Paritutu Rock when their dinghy tipped.

Search for missing teen off New Plymouth coast resumes with rescue party of 30-plus

A limited search has been underway since Wednesday when police said it had shifted from rescue to recovery.

The Broncos forward got down and jiggy in the changing rooms with his coach Wayne Bennett, wearing this skimpy number.

'That's how you celebrate your 250th' – Sam Thaiday launches cheeky twerk attack on his coach

The Broncos forward got down and jiggy in the changing rooms with his coach Wayne Bennett, wearing this skimpy number.

Police car

Man seriously injured after being assaulted by a group in Auckland

Police are seeking witnesses to the assault that happened early this morning.

The footage shows five boys, aged around 12 or 13, about to execute prisoners with hand guns.

Warning: Horrific ISIS video emerges of child soldiers about to execute Kurdish fighters

One boys shrieks an Arabic verse before the boys shoot the prisoners.

Joseph Skelton

Royal New Zealand Ballet dancer cracks the big time

Dancer Joseph Skelton will link up with the Australia Ballet as a guest principal artist.

We thought it was an earthquake, it was that sort of shake - Auckland mum describes moment tree fell onto her house

'The whole house shook' - Auckland mum's frightening account after severe gales blow monster tree onto her home

More than 70 per cent of the vessels inspected were found to have breached regulations.

NZ Navy and Fisheries sting finds large proportion of tuna boats breaching the rules

Out of 34 tuna boats boarded in the south west Pacific, 24 four were found to be non-compliant.

NRL to review controversial golden point system

Several coaches are in favour of the "extra-time" system ahead of the sudden-death style golden point.

The All Blacks first-five has grown to a new level in his career and has been rewarded with the starting spot ahead of Aaron Cruden.

Beauden Barrett aiming to cement his place among rugby's greats

The All Blacks first-five has a chance to add Bledisloe Cup success to his Super Rugby crown.

Andrew Colin George Jacobs

Waikato man wanted over Trade Me frauds

Andrew Colin George Jacobs has obtained items for sale, telling sellers he will pay following delivery. But, a payment is never made.

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