Millie McCaughan

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The Commonwealth Games silver medallists spoke to 1 NEWS after today’s match.

'We'll just have to stay young' - Lawn bowls para trio thinking ahead to chance at gold next Commonwealth Games

Today's Gold medal loss against Australia was history repeated for two of the Kiwi team who also came in second at Glasgow on the last bowl.

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Sam and Ben O'Dea lost to Canada in their semi-final last night, but will still get a shot at a medal tonight.

O'Dea brothers shaking off tough semi-final loss in pursuit of Comm Games medal

“We came here to get a gold medal, but we’re going to have to settle for bronze now.”

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Flagbearer Sophie Pascoe, Chef de Mission Rob Waddell and gold medallist David Liti were among the Kiwis cheering on the Ferns today.

Kiwi fans show unwavering support for Silver Ferns through to the bitter end

Sophie Pacoe, David Liti and Team NZ were there to cheer on the Ferns.

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The Commonwealth Games champion didn't throw far enough to win his pre-competition ritual bet with coach Dale Stevenson last night.

Gold medallist Tom Walsh loses bet with coach, remains tight-lipped on punishment

The Kiwi shot put star won gold with a 21.41m throw, but it wasn't far enough to win his ritual bet with coach Dale Stevenson.

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The Kiwi lifter took home top prize in the men's 105kg division.

Weightlifting gold medallist motivated by proving he's not just 'a fat kid'

David Liti set a Commonwealth Games record in the Men's 105kg-plus class, with a combined lift of 403kg.

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Toby FitzPatrick was at Police College during the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games – but he watched it on TV.

Wrestling Hamilton cop set himself goal of Commonwealth Games during Police College

Toby FitzPatrick competes in the Men's 86kg wrestling next Thursday.

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Richie Patterson failed to lift 143kg in all three of his attempts in the snatch event.

Watch: Gutted NZ weightlifting favourite Richie Patterson in tears after Games shocker

The 34-year-old defending Games gold medallist failed to complete a successful lift in the Snatch, crashing out of the Men's 85kg competition.

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It was a family affair at the Commonwealth Games women’s 53kg weightlifting this morning with Phillipa Patterson clocking a post-baby PB.

'Usually pretty reserved' - coach and husband Richie Patterson breaks character to share emotional moment with weightlifter wife at Comm Games

Phillipa Patterson ended her international weightlifting career with a post-baby personal best at the Comm Games.

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Eddie Dawkins, Sam Webster and Ethan Mitchell struck gold in the velodrome last night.

Commonwealth Games Day One Highlight: New Zealand strike gold in the velodrome

Eddie Dawkins, Ethan Mitchell and Sam Webster did the country proud.

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At the official opening of ANZ New Zealand House on the Gold Coast, Dame Patsy Reddy thanks families for sacrifices made to help athletes.

Dame Patsy Reddy praises families as the key to success of Kiwi athletes

"Through your efforts and sacrifices, you have helped our athletes develop their potential."

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Sophie Pascoe managed to keep the secret so well her family didn't buy tickets to the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.

Shock, tears and beaming with pride: Sophie Pascoe's family couldn't be happier with flagbearer announcement

New Zealand's most successful Paralympian, swimmer Sophie Pascoe will be New Zealand's flagbearer at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony tonight.

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Commonwealth Games blind lawn bowls pair Sue Curran and David Stallard say visualising the game is the hardest thing to learn.

NZ's 70-year-old blind lawn bowls pair hopeful of bringing home a Commonwealth Games medal

Having just missed out at Glasgow, Sue Curran and David Stallard are back for redemption.

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MyCup NZ’s community partnership programme is putting an end to period poverty in Northland.

'Are we talking about, you know, periods?' Menstrual cups alleviating money woes and empowering Northland women

Labour MP Willow-Jean Prime and her sister are helping hundreds of women in their community with menstrual cups.

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As the new year rolls around the new Government commits to increasing police numbers in an effort to combat aggravated robberies. But will it be enough?

Dairies, petrol stations and liquor stores were robbed hundreds of times last year – will 2018 be any better?

As the new year rolls around the Government is committing to increasing police numbers in an effort to combat aggravated robberies.

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Pippi and her family are living a happy life despite never finding out who in their neighbourhood mutilated the beloved cat this year.

After their missing cat was found with its ears chopped off, Auckland owners still cautious

Pippi and her family are living a happy life despite never finding out who in their neighbourhood mutilated the beloved cat this year.

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Migrant and refugee kids from Mixit, a community project using the arts to support migrant youth, tell their stories.

In their own words: What it's like growing up as a refugee or migrant kid in New Zealand

From language barriers to cultural identity, navigating life as a teenage refugee in New Zealand can be complicated.

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Buddy’s is one of the most shocking animal abuse cases investigated by the SPCA in 2017.

Three-legged Christchurch dog lives happy life with new family after severe abuse

Buddy's is one of the most shocking animal abuse cases investigated by the SPCA in 2017.

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The number of SPCA investigations rose from 6500 to 7500 in Auckland alone this year, with notable increase in physical abuse cases.

Why are we hurting animals? SPCA pushes for more education as welfare cases increase

The number of SPCA welfare investigations rose from 6,500 to 7,500 in Auckland alone this year.

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As Iraqi refugee Zaid Al-Jarrah finishes his Master’s degree he finally feels settled into life as a Kiwi.

A refugee family's life in New Zealand: The end of 2017 signals the start of a new chapter

As Iraqi refugee Zaid Al-Jarrah finishes his Master's Degree, his family finally feel settled into life as Kiwis.

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We sat down with Green MP Golriz Ghahraman to talk life in New Zealand and the road to parliament.

Five questions with human rights lawyer, refugee and Green MP Golriz Ghahraman

We sat down with Green MP Golriz Ghahraman to talk life in New Zealand and the road to parliament.

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As the refugee quota doubles next year advocates are hoping more money is put towards resettlement services to cope with the increase.

Kiwis urged to 'extend a hand of friendship' as New Zealand's refugee quota set to double in 2018

It's been 50 years since he UN adopted the 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees and NZ's quota is set to double... is it enough?

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Meet the Crazy Sewing Lady helping Santa make Christmas special for Starship kids

Jenny Bartlett has sewed hundreds of Santa sacks for the children spending Christmas at Auckland's Starship Hospital this year.

Watch: Only in Opotiki! Teen makes brilliant one-of-a-kind entrance to school ball on digger

The 17-year-old was met by crowds of people as he arrived to the ball on a digger.

Max was a playful dog, who always wanted attention.

'We don't have any tears left' - Invercargill couple searching for answers after beloved puppy shot dead

Coming home on Friday the husband expected Max to run and greet him, instead he found him lying at by their fence, dead.

'Return my babies to me' - devastated mum makes public plea after ashes of stillborn twins stolen

Fiona Grove arrived home last night to find her house had been broken into, and one of the things stolen was a trinket box containing her twins' ashes.

A fridge has been set up in the Paradise Indian Food takeaway shop to offer free food to people in need.

'Free food for people in need' - Auckland takeaway shop owner continues family's generous legacy

Salah Mohammed set up a fridge with fruit, naan bread, rice and curries in his takeaway shop, free to people in need.

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