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2019 Rugby World Cup: All Blacks coach Steve Hansen criticises Six Nations
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen, has hit out at the Six Nations for not facilitating more England versus New Zealand matches due to their failure to back World Rugby's plan for a Nations Championship that would have seen annual fixtures... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 7:45am 

Barry Soper: Is Rio Tinto calling the Government's bluff?
COMMENT: The global mining giant Rio Tinto coughs and this country's power companies catch a $2 billion cold. That's the amount of money wiped off their balance sheets following yet another threat hanging over the future of the Tiwai... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 7:35am 

Govt gives Japanese-owned forestry company Pan Pac Forest Products free pass to buy NZ land
Land Information Minister and Green MP Eugenie Sage has given a foreign-owned forestry company a free pass to buy thousands of hectares of New Zealand land without applying to the OIO. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 7:15am 

The Project launches search for the Year Of The Year
What is your favourite year of all time? The Project team is putting this question to viewers to see what year will emerge as the most popular among New Zealanders. 
© 2019 7:15am 

Madeleine Sami and Hayley Sproull back for more Great Kiwi Bake Off
Hayley Sproull and Madeleine Sami are back for another season hosting The Great Kiwi Bake Off. They reveal what is different this year and how they keep things light on set. 
© 2019 7:15am 

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Wellington Paranormal star Maaka Pohatu's ghostly encounter
It was a young woman's face in the ceiling that scared him. 
© 2019 7:15am 

All Blacks v England: South African refs hit out as Jaco Peyper loses glamour semifinal job
SA refs blast World Rugby for replacing Jaco Peyper with Nigel Owens after controversial photo that was "merely a bit of fun". 
© 2019 7:15am 

Reality TV star 'bullied' on 'hostile' set wins landmark compensation payout
A former reality TV contestant who was portrayed in a negative light while filming Australian renovation show, House Rules, has won a landmark compensation case against Channel Seven. 
© 2019 CNN 7:15am 

Atlanta pays tribute to the legendary rap duo OutKast with a huge mural
The South has something to say -- or show, rather. 
© 2019 CNN 7:15am 

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SkyCity fire: 'It's affecting all the businesses really badly'
Aside from the authorities and fire crews, Auckland CBD has been eerily deserted for the past two days with most businesses having shut up shop because of the convention centre fire. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 7:35am 

Time to call their Bluff (smelter)?
Why shutting down the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter might be a great idea. 
© 2019 Aardvark 7:25am 

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Ruth Wilson on the lighter side of His Dark Materials
Mrs Wilson star Ruth Wilson talks about the appeal of bringing Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy to the small screen. 
© 2019 7:15am 

The evolution of Irene on Home And Away
Home And Away’s Lynne McGranger talks about the volatile but kind-hearted character she has played for 26 years. 
© 2019 7:15am 

Six60's New Plymouth show set to sell out the TSB Bowl of Brooklands for the first time since 2017
Get your Six60 tickets fast, they're almost sold out. 
© 2019 7:15am 

Have You Been Paying Attention?: Vaughan Smith on life in the country
Have You Been Paying Attention? panellist Vaughan Smith reveals why he hates the word 'hate' and what being a parent has taught him. 
© 2019 7:15am 

Jojo Rabbit: Taika's fabulous farce and Führerness-filled World War II tale
REVIEW: It's a compelling combination of understated laughs and, sometimes haunting, visual flourishes. 
© 2019 7:15am 

Shame on those who stoop to the Rugby World Cup blame game over Michael Cheika
OPINION: Are you ready, Eddie? Australia needs you. Answer the call. 
© 2019 7:15am 

Is this the world's worst job?
The search for the world's worst job is over. It is this one: diving into the ponds at the Queenstown Lakes District Council's sewerage treatment plant next to Wanaka Airport.A council spokesman said the diver was one of a team... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 7:15am 

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