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The bach, the crib, the holiday home. Whatever you call it the lucky ones are off already I'd say, seeking out the first traces of a long, lazy summer. And while some baches are enjoyed by generation after generation few match the longevity of one in the stunning Marlborough Sounds.
A massive test for team Harry and Meghan this week with the world watching as they announced they're expecting. So how did they fare on the first leg of their mamouth tour downunder? Who better to ask than Royal correspondent for The Sun newspaper Emily Andrews, on Bondi Beach ...
Labour weekend is upon us again a long awaited holiday at the end of winter the day we celebrate the forming of the 40 hour working week. But our lives are changing in fact the very nature of work is changing. So Jeremy proposes a change to Labour Weekend ...
Tonga take on Australia tomorrow night in an historic one off rugby league test at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium. Despite being underdogs, Tonga will have the support of tens of thousands of the craziest fans around. Here's Tamati Rimene-Sproat with one fan who's taken things next level.
If you've never heard of the North Canterbury town of Omihi - you've probably heard of its neighbours. It's North of Waipara, south of Cheviot and east of Waikari. If you're still lost - it's home to the club that produced some of our most famous rugby surnames. And now it boasts the newest clubrooms in the country.
The club has produced some of our most famous rugby names.
Jeremy Wells thinks its a mighty fine idea his idea.
Tongas league team take on Australia in Auckland on October 20.
The Suns royal correspondent Emily Andrews gives her thoughts.
Seven Sharps Michael Holland has the story.