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Manu Samoa lost to the All Blacks in Apia but some locals feel they've won simply by getting the match to happen. Audio
The Manu Samoa team will "grow an arm and a leg" when they take on the All Blacks in Apia this week, All Blacks great Michael Jones says. Audio
The All Blacks have touched down in Samoa, arriving to screaming fans and tight security.
Lecretia Seales' family is calling on Parliament to debate the issue of assisted dying, after a judge ruled that was where any change had to happen. Audio
A High Court judge has rejected Wellington woman Lecretia Seales' fight to die on her terms.
The judge who will decide whether a Wellington woman can die with her doctor's help has thanked the dying woman for bringing the case. Audio
A Wellington mum says she has no option but to give her one-month-old daughter Isobel formula this evening - despite the 1080 poison threat revealed today. Audio
"You don't get brain tissue on your shirt from eating a sandwich," United States pathologist Rodney Miller has told the High Court at Wellington.
A British professor has told a jury he is reluctant to accept the results of a Dutch expert that a substance on Mark Lundy's polo shirt was brain.
The Lundy murder trial last week moved from the scene to the science, from blood patterns to barking dogs, from human to animal DNA.
A dog was heard "nutting off" near the Lundy family home the night Christine and Amber Lundy were bludgeoned to death, the High Court has been told.
A Dutch organisation which confirmed a substance on Mark Lundy's shirt was human brain has only a 0.4 percent error rate, the High Court at Wellington has been told.
A Dutch forensic scientist has spent the day defending her findings that matter found on Mark Lundy's shirt was human brain.
The method used to identify human brain on Mark Lundy's shirt had never been used before, the High Court at Wellington has been told.
A British forensics expert's opinion paint fibres found in Christine Lundy's hair could have got there during a visit to the family garage has been attacked by the Crown.
Blood found on a window at the Lundy family home could have been the result of contamination, a British forensics expert has told the High Court at Wellington.
Jurors deciding whether Mark Lundy murdered his wife and daughter have been left in no doubt as to the brutality of their deaths.
A scientist has given evidence about his concerns of contamination of evidence occurring during the investigation of Mark Lundy's home.
The defence team for murder accused Mark Lundy has highlighted the absence of paint flakes on his clothes, vehicle and motel room.
A window was taken out of the Lundy home to get Christine Lundy's body out so as not to disturb evidence, the High Court at Wellington has been told.
Christine Lundy was bludgeoned to death with such force blood covered a wall for 3.2m. Her daughter's blood ended up 3.8m from where she was killed.
The weapon used to kill Christine Lundy left a trail of blood across the ceiling and walls of her bedroom as it was swung through the air, the High Court has been told.
It was, the police said on the opening day of Mark Lundy's trial for the murder of his wife and daughter, a "modest little home" in Palmerston North.
The police officer who took the initial video of the Lundy crime scene wore protective gear and made sure he did not move off the stepping plates, he has told a court.
The spectre of contaminated evidence has again been raised in the High Court murder trial of Mark Lundy, who is accused of killing his wife and daughter.