New Zealand's Kieran Read crashes through a tackle. New Zealand All Blacks v Australia Wallabies. Bledisloe Cup rugby union test match. Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand. Saturday 22 October 2016. © Copyright Photo: www.Photosport.nz

All Blacks skipper Kieran Read expected to re-sign with NZ Rugby

Read is tipped to announce today his re-signing with NZ Rugby through to 2019.

People attend a vigil in Albert Square, Manchester, England, Tuesday May 23, 2017, the day after the suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert that left 22 people dead as it ended on Monday night. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Thousands turn out in Manchester to honour victims of deadly Ariana Grande concert terror attack

Lord Mayor Eddy Newman and the city's police chief were among the speakers in front of city hall in Albert Square.

FILE - British actor Roger Moore, playing the title role of secret service agent 007, James Bond, is shown on location in England in 1972. Moore, played Bond in seven films, more than any other actor.  Roger Moore's family said Tuesday May 23, 2017 that the  former James Bond star has died after a short battle with cancer  (AP Photo, File)

James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore dies aged 89

The legendary actor passed away in Switzerland yesterday after losing a short battle with cancer.

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Dorian Price was awarded the fight, getting to his feet ahead of Jonathan Lecat.

Video: US fighter claims Muay Thai bout after bizarre double-knockdown

Dorian Price was awarded the fight, getting to his feet ahead of Jonathan Lecat.

Waikato hospital and ED in overload

As a result there have been delays for patients needing surgery.

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Tania Tare has gone viral with her amazing shots, but is now looking to make her mark on the LPGA.

Trick shock sensation out to make an impression on golf's big stage

Tania Tare has gone viral with her amazing shots, but is now looking to make her mark on the LPGA.

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A happy go lucky black Labrador gave a Russian news anchor the fright of her life when it bounded onto her desk during a live broadcast.

Watch: Barking mad! Playful pooch interrupts live Russian news broadcast

A happy go lucky pup gave a news anchor the fright of her life.

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Meanwhile, plans for what could be New Zealand's biggest water bottling plant have been revealed to 1 NEWS.

Environment Canterbury concerned after plans for new water bottling plant emerge

ECAN says it's concerned about the effect of the potential water take.

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Australia considers capital gains tax on overseas home owners that could hurt ex-pat Kiwis

Aussie Treasurer Scott Morrison is trying to make homes more affordable for Australians.

The Queen marks moment of silence for Manchester concert bomb victims

Prince Philip, her son Prince Charles and his wife Camilla also paid tribute to the 22 people killed.

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A suspected bomb attack in a packed concert venue left at least 19 dead and many more injured.

UK police arrest man in Manchester over deadly Ariana Grande concert suicide bombing

The explosion yesterday killed 22 people and injured 59, many of them teenagers.

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The US President paid his respects to the victims, before lashing out at those responsible.

Video: Donald Trump calls Manchester suicide bomber 'evil loser'

Trump says the attack, which killed at least 22 and injured dozens more, preyed on "innocent children".

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A suspected bomb attack in a packed concert venue left at least 19 dead and many more injured.

Hundreds desperately search for loved ones after suicide bomber targets children, teens at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester

Britain is still coming to terms with the horror of the deadly terror attack at Manchester Arena.

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Six teams, sailing start of the art catamarans, will do brutal battle in qualifiers and knockout racing.

Collisions and controversy ahead as America's Cup poised to begin

Six teams, sailing start of the art catamarans, will do brutal battle in qualifiers and knockout racing.

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Europe correspondent Emma Keeling brings us the latest from a shocked Manchester.

'Children were among the dead' - Police confirm Manchester attack carried out by suicide bomber

Europe correspondent Emma Keeling brings us the latest from a shocked Manchester.

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Investigators used every trick in the book to track those allegedly behind the $14m drug haul.

Investigators used every trick in the book to track those allegedly behind the $14m drug haul.

Elaborate plan executed by police and customs for NZ's biggest cocaine bust, court hears

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The spirit of the northern city is clear to see, the morning after an Ariana Grande concert ended in tragedy.

Manchester residents queue to donate blood in aftermath of horror terror attack

The spirit of the northern city is clear to see, the morning after an Ariana Grande concert ended in tragedy.

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Kiwi Hoseah Partsch is given Michael Jackson's Man in the Mirror to sing in the knockout round of the competition.

'I want to inspire other kids' - Kiwi teen on Voice Australia opens up about 'rough' upbringing

Hoseah Partsch, 17, said there often wasn't food on the table growing up.

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A small portion of the upper part of the stage can be seen illuminated by an orange light source before the sound of an explosion is heard.

A small portion of the upper part of the stage can be seen illuminated by an orange light source before the sound of an explosion is heard.

Raw: Dashcam footage catches the moment blast rings out from Ariana Grande's Manchester concert

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A proposed new tenancy law will see slum landlords face fines of up to $200,000.

P cooks, slum landlords and 'ratbags' target of new legislation

A proposed new tenancy law will see slum landlords face fines of up to $200,000.

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This shocking incident took place at Glen Innes station and left onlookers shaken.

This shocking incident took place at Glen Innes station and left onlookers shaken.

Raw: Brave woman tells students to 'sit down' after shocking fracas on Auckland train

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Mike says it's a 'environmental Ponzi  scheme' and New Zealand should spend the money on health or education instead.

Mike Hosking says Paris Climate Agreement a 'rort' and 'scam'

Mike says it's a 'environmental Ponzi scheme' and New Zealand should spend the money on health or education instead.

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1 NEWS political editor Corin Dann looks at what we can expect from Steven Joyce's first budget.

Steven Joyce rules out election year 'lolly scramble' in upcoming budget

1 NEWS political editor Corin Dann looks at what we can expect from Steven Joyce's first budget.

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The First Lady didn't seem to be interested in walking hand-in-hand with her husband, alongside the Israeli prime minister and his wife.

The First Lady didn't seem to be interested in walking hand-in-hand with her husband, alongside the Israeli prime minister and his wife.

Watch: The moment Melania Trump appears to swat away Donald's outstretched hand on red carpet

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The Queen also got a sneak peek before up to 160,000 visitors check out the exhibitions.

Fresh off Pippa's wedding, Duchess of Cambridge tours Chelsea Flower Show

The Queen also got a sneak peek before up to 160,000 visitors check out the exhibitions.

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There was a bang and then cries of horror as the attack rocked the Manchester Arena.

There was a bang and then cries of horror as the attack rocked the Manchester Arena.

Rush of concertgoers like 'a stampede' - witnesses tell of looking for loved ones amid scenes of horror

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Ben Smith of the Highlanders looks on during the warm up injured prior to the Super Rugby match between the Highlanders and the Crusaders, held at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand, on 4th March 2017. Credit: Joe Allison / www.photosport.nz

He's back! Highlanders confirm Ben Smith available for selection after ankle injury

The Highlanders' fullback could make his comeback from injury against the Waratahs.

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Meanwhile, plans for what could be New Zealand's biggest water bottling plant have been revealed to 1 NEWS.

Watch: Consent allowing for 20 billion litres of water to be extracted bought by Chinese investors

The water consent was purchased along with the dilapidated Kaputone Wool Scour just north of Christchurch for $9 million

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